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Fracking: We must protect Brevard County’s beaches, waterways, and unique ecosystems that are on the verge of collapse from agricultural and industrial mismanagement, offshore drilling, and fracking.

Clean Water: Access to clean, safe drinking water and access to food is a basic human right. We must prevent the environmental pollution that threatens our water and food supply.

Energy: Conversion to renewable energy not only protects the climate and environment for future Americans but also secures our nation against global conflict over increasingly scarce fossil fuels.

Climate Change: Climate change research is an integral part of understanding how to best preserve our ecosystem; federal funding for climate research must be protected.


Unemployment: I also believe in protecting prosperity for those who cannot work—including the sick, vulnerable, disabled, elderly, and those experiencing trauma or transition.

Jobs: Renew the American dream that allows for socio-economic mobility through secure jobs that offer dignity, work-life balance, and fulfillment of both human needs and human potential.

Minimum Wage: I believe in a livable wage, fair compensation for all, and in building an economy that capitalizes on human potential rather than human suffering.

Infrastructure: I support investment in job creation and training to support our country’s conversion to renewable clean energy sources, as well as the construction of a more sustainable infrastructure.


College Affordability: The decision for higher education should show commitment but the cost of obtaining a University diploma has skyrocketed, making it a financial burden for graduates for decades after.

Charter Schools: The constitution outlines the separation of church and state. I do not support funneling public tax dollars to private religious organizations and charter schools.

Educators: Educators have a vital role in raising the next generation. I support measures that ensure they are rewarded for taking on this responsibility. Teachers ability to collectively bargain is vital.

K-12: I believe all children have the right to a quality public education from K to 12. I realize that our economy depends on the expansion of an educated workforce ready to create the future.

Paid for by Vote Phil Moore, Democrat for State Representative District 53

Vote Phil Moore

P.O. Box 120392

Melbourne, FL, 32912