Tim Canova

Although the Democratic primary in Florida's 23rd Congressional district ended late last month with a victory for the controversial incumbent, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, her firebrand progressive challenger, Tim Canova, did not end the campaign quietly.
She defeated progressive law professor Tim Canova.
Tim Canova, who's trying to unseat former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the House, has raised a greater share of his funds from small donors so far than any other congressional candidate.
You can be deaf to the public's shouts for only so long. The insurgency of popular discontent that has upended politics this year will continue no matter the results in November. For much too long now it's been clear that money doesn't just rule democracy, it is democracy. Until we prove it isn't.
It's important to cultivate an attitude of gratitude in our daily lives. We count our blessings in tough times, and today I am counting my many blessings in an hour of hope and determination.
Tim Canova raised more than half a million dollars in the first three months of the year.
Wasserman Schultz is facing a primary challenge from a progressive law professor.
Why is my opponent -- Debbie Wasserman Schultz -- introducing legislation in Congress to deregulate an industry that is already profiting from ripping off millions of Americans?
The biggest crime of the financial crisis of 2008 is that "no one was prosecuted," he tells HuffPost.