Homeless Children in Florida

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On June 29, 2016 there were over 40 State candidates from Florida that attended the children’s forum in Jacksonville Florida, however out of the over 19 US Senate candidates, Dr Tolbert was the only one to place our children in Florida first.

Dr Tolbert will prepare brief articles concerning our children, education and our senior citizens as he has done for many years.

Dr Tolbert came from a broken home and he is a retired MSGT and a Pastor.

Between 2001 and 2010 he achieved two master degrees and a doctoral degree in education.

Write-in TOLBERT for:
US Senate Florida 2016 NPA CFA Citizens For America
Citizens for a Better America
Retired MSGT

The Children’s Campaign”

What is the Governor of Florida, the State Senators and Representatives doing to help Florida?

Is there a relationship between the Democrat and Republican party and the increase of homeless children?

Do we need an NPA candidate for the United States in order to correct this problem?

A record number of homeless students, 69,956, attended Florida’s schools in the 2012-13 school year.

The number of K-12 students without permanent homes grew by 10 percent in Florida that year, faster than the national growth rate of 8 percent, making Florida one of the most populous states for students in school but not living in a permanent home.

The United States also hit a record that year for homeless students at 1,258,182. Thirty-four states reported increases, but Florida in recent years had more homeless students than all states except California, New York and Texas, according to U.S. Department of Education reports.

In the six-county northeast Florida region that includes Jacksonville, homeless students totaled 5,281, up nearly 24 percent from 4,267 the year before.

Write-in (TOLBERT) for
US Senate Florida 2016 NPA CFA Citizens For America
Citizens for a Better America
Retired MSGT

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