Daryl in the Media

Q&A with Rep. Daryl Campbell: 'I Have Filed For Reelection'

By: Aaron Kinchen | OutsFL | December 11, 2023

Rep. Daryl Campbell (D) is the state representative whose sprawling and diverse district encompasses the entirety of Wilton Manors. He is completing his first term. In Tallahassee, he is a junior member of the Healthcare Subcommittee. We chatted with Campbell about his future in Tallahassee, the culture wars, and what he has to offer the LGBTQ community.

“Quite the introduction”: FL’s newest Rep. weighs in on bill limiting how teachers talk about race

By: Danielle J Brown | Florida Phoenix | February 1, 2022

On the first day of Black History Month, the State Affairs Committee in the Florida House deliberated on legislation that would limit how race is discussed in public school classrooms and in the workplace. There was a new member in the room: State Rep. Daryl Campbell, a Democrat representing part of Broward County who is a mental health therapist.

Second-generation Jamaican wins Florida House seat

By: Lester Hinds | The Gleaner | January 15, 2022

Daryl Campbell, whose parents are Jamaican, is the newest member of the Florida State House of Representatives. Campbell emerged victorious in Tuesday’s special election held to fill the seat formerly held by Bobby DuBose. DuBose had given up the seat to run in the special congressional election to fill the vacant seat. Just over 12, 400 voted in the election or nine per cent of the eligible voters on the voters’ roll for the House District 94 seat. Of that, Campbell received 40 per cent of the vote in a four-person field, or just over 4, 900 votes.

State Representative Campbell on the Anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Decision Overturning Women’s Right to an Abortion

By: FNN News | June 23, 2023

Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of Dobbs v. Jackson, a landmark Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade and effectively ending a women’s right to an abortion throughout the country. This decision paved the way for SB 300, a bill passed by the Florida Legislature this year to restrict abortions to six weeks of gestational age, an almost complete ban. Though signed into law, due to ongoing litigation in Planned Parenthood v. Florida this bill has yet to go into effect, keeping abortions legal up to fifteen weeks.

Representative Daryl Campbell Honors Fallen Floridians & Their Families

By: South Florida Caribbean News | March 4, 2022

These pieces of legislation are extremely impactful in protecting all Floridians, and were drafted in direct response to tragedies that should have never happened in the first place. I have had the honor of speaking to the Marcano and Isaacs families in the last week. First to offer my condolences, more importantly to let them know that I am a strong supporter of both bills. Both HB 577 & HB 701 will prevent similar tragedies from occurring, further protects families across the state, and adds to the legacy that these two young Floridians left with their families and their communities.” said Representative Campbell (D-Fort Lauderdale).