When Darren was in his twenties, he was a struggling, young father with a disability. He was trying to navigate through the bureaucracy of the social services system,  and was having great difficulty.  One day that all changed when he decided to send a mail gram to President Reagan.

Darren explained his situation, that he didn’t’ choose to be disabled, that he wanted to be a productive citizen, and that he would give his life for his country if he had to. President Reagan responded, he assigned Charlene, the agency liaison to the President, who was able to assist and expedite. Darren was given access to other departments, was given a 4 year scholarship for college, and thus, began his career as an advocate for other disabled Darren is a disabled American, who began advocating for himself and others in 1983, for Social Security claims and other disability rights, such as fair and equal treatment, which is a fundamental right as per the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution.

Since then, Darren Aquino has spent his life dedicated to helping Americans who fell left out and unwanted, making sure they received fair treatment in the system.  Darren will fight for lower-taxes, equality, & justice for the state of Florida and the United States.

When Darren was in his twenties, he was a struggling, young father with a disability. He was trying to navigate through the bureaucracy of the social services system,  and was having great difficulty.  One day that all changed when he decided to send a mail gram to President Reagan.

Since then, Darren Aquino has spent his life dedicated to helping Americans who feel left out and unwanted, making sure they received fair treatment in the system.  Darren will fight for lower-taxes, equality, & justice for the state of Florida and the United States.

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