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What I Stand For

Electoral Justice

In order for us to be able to implement ANY legislation that will benefit the American people, we must acknowledge that our campaign and electoral systems are in a state of severe disrepair. Our government has been purchased by corporate interests. In order for us to reclaim our country from the hands of corporations, we must ensure a level playing field for political candidates, and demand election integrity.

Economic Justice

The United States currently has the greatest level of wealth inequality since the “Gilded Era.” The three richest people in this country have more wealth than the bottom 50% of the population. It's time for Medicare-for-all. We should not have to wait any longer for a tuition-free college education. The time for change is now!

Environmental Justice

Climate change is the single greatest threat facing our planet. Yet, despite the abundance of scientific evidence, multi-national fossil fuel corporations continue to profit at the expense of our environment. Investing in infrastructure and programs to protect the communities in this country that are most vulnerable to the impact of the climate crisis. This is especially critical in South Florida where we are “ground zero” for the climate effect of sea-level rise.

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Get to Know Jen

The mission of JENerational Change is “transforming politics into service.”

Jen Perelman is a second generation Florida native, born and raised in North Miami Beach. After studying journalism at the University of Colorado, Jen received her master’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. While working as the media relations manager for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Jen discovered her passion for advocacy and decided to go to law school. Graduating from St. Mary’s Law School (San Antonio, TX) in 2000,

Jen began her legal career fighting for people who can’t fight for themselves. Her early practice included criminal defense and pro bono work, including representing pregnant teens seeking a judicial bypass to parental consent in order to obtain abortions.

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