Jared Moskowitz jumps into race to replace Rep. Ted Deutch in Congress

Jared Moskowitz, who served as director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management during the COVID-19 pandemic under Gov. Ron DeSantis, announced Friday he’s running for Congress to replace U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch.

Moskowitz is the first Democratic candidate to launch a campaign for Florida’s Congressional District 22 since Deutch announced his retirement on Monday, as he heads to be the new CEO of the American Jewish Committee, an advocacy group that works to combat antisemitism and promote Israel internationally.

“I am excited to announce my plans to run for United States Congress and will work every day to uphold the high bar set by Congressman Ted Deutch,” Moskowitz said in a statement.

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