Angie Chirino

U.S. Congress District 27

Donor Relations Manager for Voices For Children Foundation

Chirino is the oldest daughter of musician, composer, producer and Cuban human rights activist Willy Chirino. She serves as Donor Relations Manager for Voices For Children Foundation, and previously worked as a songwriter and as a paraprofessional in Miami-Dade Schools, working with special needs kids. She’s a graduate of FIU, where she is currently pursuing an MBA.


NRA grade: AQ (A pro-gun candidate whose rating is based solely on the candidate’s responses to the NRA-PVF Candidate Questionnaire and who does not have a voting record on Second Amendment issues.)


Position, via candidate’s site: I support the implementation of a clear and effective entry and exit system for temporary visitors, E-Verify, and the facilitation of visas for highly skilled workers and other laborers. Additionally, I believe there needs to be a transparent process that provides clarity for those who seek to follow the rules and pursue legal means of obtaining citizenship.


Position, via candidate’s site: “I will seek to attract skilled, high paying jobs to our area by creating a welcoming agenda for technology as well as manufacturing employers. I will work to keep taxes low and expand opportunities for businesses to move to our community and compete in global markets.”