Floricua: Sabrina Bousbar shares why she’s running for Congress

Bousbar, who is running to unseat Republican Anna Paulina Luna in November, talked to Floricua about what is really causing high prices and inflation, and who’s restricting freedoms across the state.

Ask Sabrina Bousbar why she decided to go into politics, and the Pinellas County born and raised daughter of Moroccan and Colombian immigrants will unfailingly reply: “My family.”

“My parents are immigrants. They came to this country about 34 years ago and from a young age they taught me the importance of having the ability to stand up for what you believe in so that you can show up for your community.”

Those early conversations inspired Bousbar, who might otherwise have become a marine biologist, to follow her heart and her conscience.

She has served as a senior advisor in the US Department of Health & Human Services’ Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR), supporting federal, state, and local health agencies during the pandemic. She also helped support communities recovering from mass shootings and natural disasters, and provided relief to millions of children, families, and seniors in Florida and nationwide.

Today, as she runs for Congress to unseat Republican Anna Paulina Luna, Bousbar sat down for a one-on-one interview with Floricua.

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