Meet Sol Flores

Sol Flores was born and raised in Chicago by a single mother who came to Chicago from Puerto Rico and worked hard to climb out of poverty. By age 13, Sol was working to help support her family and eventually pay her way through college. 

Fifteen years ago, Sol gave up a business career to create La Casa Norte, a nonprofit organization that provides housing and comprehensive social services to thousands of homeless Latino and African American youth and families in Chicago. Sol was recognized by the Obama White House as a national Champion of Change for her work.


Sol has dedicated her life to serving others and giving a voice to the voiceless. In Congress, she’ll fight for our community–helping move people out of poverty and into the middle class.  Sol will stand up to Republican attacks on Obamacare and fight for quality affordable healthcare. She will fight for paid family leave and equal pay for women. She will protect Planned Parenthood and fight back against any attempt by Donald Trump and the Republicans to restrict a woman’s right to choose. And she will fight for comprehensive immigration reform. 


It’s time for a change in Congress. It’s time for a new generation of leaders. It’s time for Sol.


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