Roland Martin Talks To Florida Senator Bill Nelson About His Campaign


Roland Martin talks to US Senator from Florida, Bill Nelson who is running for reelection against Republican Governor Rick Scott.

Despite people saying that he hasn’t been campaigning well enough, reports show that the race is extremely close. Nelson thinks that people feel he hasn’t been campaigning well because his opponent has been on TV since April. Nelson hasn’t been on the air as often because he simply doesn’t have the funds.

Florida is the third largest state and is constantly growing so Nelson says, “I constantly have to reintroduce myself.” But, he believes people should vote for him because his record proves that he has the people’s best interest at heart.

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  1. F. Allen Jones on said:


    Continue this Broadcast…                                                            

    The Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO) in Washington, DC is at it again! Once listed as the “Most Hated Company in America” and their efforts to clean up their act appears to be window dressing concerning matters of their employees.

    PEPCO “FIRED,” bullied, harassed, threaten,  intimidated, falsely terminated, and deliberately mismanaged an on-the-job Injury case to avoid paying Long Term Disability (LTD) on June 30, 2018.

    F. Allen Jones a thirty four (34) year employee of PEPCO and a United States Military Veteran was dumped by the company as a total surprise. PEPCO management had full knowledge of their Federal and IBEW Union Local 1900 violations but willfully bullied their way to avoided paying Mr. Jones Long Term Disability (LTD). As a result it has caused him a financial hardship, to be hungry, and caused further health concerns for over thirteen (13) years. In addition, this termination of employment caused the loss of his hard earned retirement and health benefits that he is forced to pay out of pocket.

    PEPCO is a $6.8Billion company. EXELON is their parent company located in Chicago, IL that merged with the company in 2016.

    In previously communications (written and verbal) with PEPCO’s Legal Counsel, HR Management, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical workers Union (IBEW Local 1900) continue to blame each other on mismanagement of the claim. They all dropped the ball, failed to report an accurate date for my disability, failed to accurately calculate my disability, and continued to tip toed and dance around resolving the claim. They managed to sweep this under the rug to avoid being blamed for wrong doing and paying what is owed/due to me by terminating employment after being on disability. PEPCO further refused to follow their own documentation that proves my case, their policies, procedures, and protocol for on-the-job injuries for over 13 years. When will they learn.

    On June 30, 2018 Mr. Jones received a termination letter from PEPCO that was very generic. After being confused about medical bills that were denied when they were previously approved and paid via check by the company. There was no notice of health coverage terminated for the entire 2018 year until six (6) months later when EXELON sent a letter dated 10/31/18 and stated he missed the selection date for benefits. EXELON further stated if he wanted them he would have to pay arrears of several hundred dollars. Mr. Jones is on a fixed income and has a financial hardship due to the mismanagement of his claim.

    Mr. Jones has received documents from EXELON throughout the month of November 2018. EXELON’s HR Department claims they did not have a clue of what PEPCO was talking about and needed to send additional inquires because PEPCO information was “scattered ,scrappy, and inconsistent.”

    I am not big enough to fight this alone. I want to be fully compensated by EXELON/PEPCO for what I was bullied, harassed, threaten, and intimidated out of. I am looking to get all that was taken, all that is owed, all that is due, and be made whole again. I am asking for your support and all efforts to “STAND” and push back against this type of practice. I am demanding Policy Change with Effective Diversity Training for All EXELON/PEPCO Employees.

    I am calling upon all Elected Officials, Media, EXELON/PEPCO CEO, COO, President IBEW Local 1900, Veterans of America, Public and Private to be on notice and put an end to this NOW!!

                      Mr. Jones Email:
    A Go Fund me Account has been established to raise $15k for Attorney Fees for Mr. Jones. In efforts to locate Attorney’s with NO connection or Conflict of Interest with EXELON or PEPCO.​
    Go Fund Me: 

    Support for  F. Allen Jones
    US Military Veterans Legal Fee’s

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