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Posted on: October 25, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Mayor Robinson Joins National League of Cities 2020 Presidential Task Force

Mayor Robinson speaking to group

Mayor Grover Robinson has joined 33 other local elected officials from across the country, in partnership with the National League of Cities, to form a 2020 Presidential Election Task Force.

The Task Force will be looking to find solutions for cities, towns and villages on the national election stage. During the 2020 Presidential election cycle, it is important that every community and resident feel their voice and priorities are being heard.

"I'm a strong believer in the importance of collaboration in every level of government, and I think having a bipartisan group of leaders tasked with coming up with innovative solutions sends a message that these are issues we care about across the board," Mayor Robinson said. "I'm incredibly honored to be part of the 2020 Presidential Election Task Force and represent not only Pensacola, but all of Northwest Florida, to address the issues that matter most to our residents."

The Task Force convened in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 21 to build a local priority platform and help ensure community issues are uplifted during the 2020 Presidential election cycle. The Task Force has appointed bipartisan co-chairs, the Hon. Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles, California and the Hon. Francis Suarez of Miami, Florida.

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