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Democratic Public Education, Senior, Women’s and Progressive Caucuses present: ANNA ESKAMANI

This event is  co-sponsored by  the Democratic Public Education Caucus of Manasota,  the Sarasota County Democratic Senior Caucus, the Democratic Women’s Club of Sarasota County, and the Sarasota-Charlotte Democratic Progressive Caucus. 


We are thrilled to have special guest speaker, State Representative ANNA ESKAMANI  at our  Monday, February 20th ZOOM meeting at 7:00 PM.   Representative  Eskamani will join us at 7:15 pm, so please don’t be late.  You are in for a dynamic, thoughtful, information packed meeting from an amazing legislator!  


Anna is a bold and unapologetic fighter for Florida families and every day people. Born and raised in Orlando she’s the daughter of working class immigrants who came to Florida from Iran in search of the American Dream. Anna went to Orange County Public Schools and then to the University of Central Florida. She earned dual degrees as an undergrad and graduate student, works as a nonprofit professional and is now getting her PhD in Public Affairs.

A bridge builder, Anna flipped her legislative seat in 2018 and won her re-election by an overwhelming majority in 2020 and 2022. She made history as the first Iranian-American elected to any public office in Florida and has championed critical issues like economic justice, environmental protection, equality for all, funding for public schools, human trafficking and sexual assault prevention, and support of arts and culture funding. A track record of kind sacrifice, endless hard work, and iron-clad values, Anna is known across the state and nation as a leader who is unbothered, unbossed, and committed to the people of Florida.


Public education has been under attack in Sarasota and Manatee counties, Florida and around the nation.  The Democratic Public Education Caucus of Manasota is the local chapter of the Democratic Public Education Caucus of Florida. Our mission is to defend public education, our students and our teachers.