I am excited to run in the community where my wife and I work, where my daughters graduated and my son attends high school, where my family goes to synagogue, and where I have spent so much time working for and with the people of South Florida.

Ultimately, the goal of sanctions is to ratchet up the economic pressure on the Iranians to such a level that the regime determines it is simply too great to bear, and they are forced to weigh the decision to carry on their nuclear development and their illicit quest for nuclear weapons against the ever-growing pressure from their own people.

Having an understanding of what's possible also makes me redouble my efforts to fight those who stand in the way of doing the things that my constituents and the country would want to get done.

The Florida Jewish community is incredibly important in the primary and will be that important in the general election as well.

Unfortunately, we have seen terrorist groups use social media to spread hateful propaganda, to recruit members, and to incite violence with alarming effectiveness.

Let's make Jeb Bush explain his plan to give millionaires another massive tax cut.

Any constitutional amendment that simply gives Congress the option of regulating campaign finance fails to immediately achieve what the American people want, and that is a complete reversal of Citizens United and other Supreme Court decisions that have allowed corporations and the wealthy few to drown out the voices of everyday voters.

It was sanctions that drove Iran to the negotiating table in the first place.

While I was serving in the Florida Senate, American soldiers were being killed in Iraq, a war we should have never started, and often by Iranian proxies and their improvised explosive devices.

Social media companies must work closely with the U.S. government to ensure their platforms are not being used by terrorist organizations to do harm to our country.

We need to work tirelessly to help create new jobs and good jobs here in Florida.

So many of us have friends or family who have battled cancer, and we know how important it is to find a cure.

I've spent my entire adult life involved in the community trying to help people live decent lives, working for a strong and secure state of Israel, and making sure that the most vulnerable in our society receive the care that they need.

I believe we're stronger when we speak loudly and unapologetically for human rights; when we stand with our allies against common threats like terrorism, radicalization, and poverty; and when we unite to prevent the world's most dangerous regimes from acquiring the world's deadliest weapons.

My passion for strengthening the community and making peoples' lives better is stronger now than when I first got into politics.

This is not a political issue. I know Florida's leadership has talked about a real commitment to helping our veterans. Now it's time for them to show it.

Standing up to Ahmadinejad is not a partisan issue and should never be one.

I became a co-chair of the Congressional Study Group from Germany several years ago with the expressed purpose of helping increase aid to Holocaust survivors.

I would be concerned if any speech to Congress related any information that's new to the president of the United States.

There's no question that looking down to search the Web, send a text message, or log onto Facebook puts you in danger and puts people around you on the road in danger.

My connections to Broward are long, and they are deep, and I'm proud of them.

The American people do not want their taxpayer dollars funding any activity that runs counter to the security of our nation or our ally Israel.

I was elected on April 13 and sworn in two days later, so I had no orientation. I had to figure things out as I went along.

No matter how many times you say Social Security is broke, the reality is that Social Security's independent revenue stream and its Trust Fund's investments maintain the program's solvency until 2037, when it may begin to fall short.

In South Florida, where there are so many beneficiaries, when Social Security isn't adjusted to reflect their increased costs, that affects their daily lives and their contributions to our local economy.

Energy legislation in Congress and the focus on energy legislation is first and foremost about creating good jobs. In Florida, where solar and biofuel and wind and so many other areas are important and so many in the private sector continues to pursue these, we need policies that will encourage that.

Let's make Marco Rubio explain why he thinks oil companies should write our energy policy.

We count on the FEC to be the public's watchdog.

Individuals want to know that none of their own money is being invested in companies that put their profits ahead of international security.

Denying our courts the ability to hear oil-related cases of great consequence to our environment and our economy is completely the wrong direction to protect the rights of Floridians.

I have an open door to meet with my constituents and that I work hard to respond to their needs, and I'm proud of the constituent service that we provide.

There's been an unfortunate history of efforts to make sure Florida's votes don't count. Given that history, it's clear why people here would be especially concerned about efforts undertaken by Super PACs and the corporations that fund them to dictate the outcome of elections.

Beyond a power play by the oil industry, there is no conceivable explanation for barring courts within any state from considering cases related to oil leases and energy production off its own coastlines.

When enacted, health care reform provides generous tax credits to help people afford their health insurance premiums.

We ought to be able to forgo the constant need to raise money and just focus on working together to solve the problems this country faces.

Social Security is too vital to be lumped into backroom budget talks where the views of ordinary Americans risk going unheard.

After a decade in public life working to stop Iran from ever acquiring nuclear weapons, I cannot support a deal giving Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief - in return for letting it maintain an advanced nuclear program and the infrastructure of a threshold nuclear state.

For many older Americans who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, a lifetime of discrimination has undermined their right to a retirement with dignity.

Why does America always need to be the world's policeman?

Social Security is the only thing most Americans can count on to keep them out of poverty during retirement.

For those whose lives have been turned upside down by Chinese drywall, we're trying to give them a chance to seek justice.

I'm proud to support Secretary Clinton.

We need to get the corporate money out of the political system and return democracy to the people.

Those who want to cut Social Security are prepared to take hostages, manufacture crises, and use scare tactics to undermine the retirement security of Americans.

This isn't about grabbing people's guns; this isn't about changing the Second Amendment. This simply says that someone who is on the terrorist watch list - a dangerous terrorist - should not be able to purchase a gun.

Corporations that are formed for the purpose of earning profits do not have the constitutionally protected rights that natural citizens have. They should not spend their corporate dollars, Treasury dollars, to influence outcome of elections.

It is well past time for President Abbas to stand up and condemn all acts of violence, rather than encouraging violence by glorifying terrorists and teaching children to view Israelis as animals.

The United States does not provide economic support funds to the Palestinian Authority to build new homes for terrorists or fund President Abbas' anti-Israel campaign trips through Europe.

Saving enough to retire has become impossible for most Americans.