Pam Keith

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Pam Keith served in the United States Navy from 1995 to 1999. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of California, Davis, in 1990 and 1992, respectively, and a J.D. from Boston College Law School in 1995. Keith's career experience includes working as an attorney.

Keith has been admitted to the bar in the District of Columbia, Indiana and Illinois. She has served as a board member of Faith, Love, Hope Charity, Inc., a mentor in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Riviera Beach, and a member of the Zeta Rho Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority

Population Connection Donation

Pam Keith received a donation from the Population Connection in 2020.[1]

Collective PAC

Launched in August of 2016, the Collective PAC is backing several candidates in 2018, including Pam Keith FL (18) [2]

NFM 2020 endorsements

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The New Florida Majority is proud to endorse Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and the following local candidates:

Donna Deegan – Congressional District 4, Javier Fernandez – Florida Senate District 39, Omari Hardy – Florida House District 88, Pam Keith – Congressional District 18, Gepsie Metellus – Miami-Dade County Commission District 3, Debbie Mucarsel-Powell – Congressional District 26, Harold Pryor – Broward State Attorney, Tammyette Thomas – Florida House District 15

“We are fortunate to have a sizeable slate of phenomenal candidates up and down the ballot for this year’s elections. Our work is driven by Black and Brown communities and our decision to endorse these strong, prospective candidates is rooted in the dreams and demands of our most marginalized communities. We believe these candidates are ready and eager to use their political power to take us from Florida where we are to the Florida we most want to see. We are excited about the work ahead,” said NewFM Political Director Dwight Bullard.

These new endorsements are in addition to affirming seven previously endorsed candidates including Daniella Levine Cava (Miami-Dade County Mayor), Nicole Hamm (Jacksonville City Council 4), Eileen Higgins (Miami-Dade County Commission District 5), Shevrin Jones (SD 35), Nancy Metayer (Coral Springs Commission Seat 3), Rep. Cindy Polo (HD 103) and Sen. Jose Javier Rodriguez (SD 37).[3]

Justice Democrats

Pam Keith FL 18 was endorsed by Justice Democrats for 2018.

Confederate flag protest

Andrew Joseph July 21, 2017:

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With Connie Burton, Dalia Dangerfield, Candy Lowe, Tammie Fields, Li Fe Malcolm, Michelle Williams, Ali Muhammad, Reginald Roundtree, Roy Benson, Michelle B. Patty, Felecia Demerson, Deanna Hardy-Joseph, Ali Abdul Muhammad, Jane Castor, Ashley Green, Kelly Benjamin, Tim Heberlein, Cephus X. Johnson, Pam Keith, ABC Action News - WFTS - Tampa Bay, FOX 13 News - Tampa Bay, Dream Defenders Action, Confederate Flag- Exit 260, Save the confedrate flag, Sons of the Confederate Veterans Memorial, Black Lives Matter: Tampa and Tampa Bay Times.

DPCF conference

Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida May 20, 2018.

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Progressive Leaders Dinner! — with Lisa Murano and Pam Keith in Gainesville, Florida.

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Pam Keith with Monica DePaul.

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