Wayne Messam is the mayor of Miramar, Florida, where he also served as City Commissioner (we like to call him "Mr. 754"). Before he got involved in city politics, Messam ran a construction company with his wife Angela. Messam received his B.S. from Florida State University, where he played wide receiver on the 1993 national champion football team. Making him obviously the most athletic small town mayor running for President. Learn more about Mayor Messam below:
— Wayne Messam
Eliminate gun violence by the end of his administration.
Reform health care to expand affordable, accessible coverage.
Federally-funded student loan debt cancellation by repealing the 2017 Trump tax cuts.
The Stars and Stripes represent the promise of Freedom and Opportunity in America. I am running to prove that Promise of America belongs to all of us. If you agree, support our unique campaign committed to empowering the American people. https://t.co/kpwwrgSodH— Wayne Messam (@WayneMessam) June 14, 2019
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