Watch Chair Annette Taddeo-Goldstein take on Marco Rubio on the Ed Show this week.Read more
Our most recent general meeting on Monday, August 12th at the American Legion was one of our best yet! It was attended by nearly 200 people who joined us to hear about the statewide Florida Democratic Convention, exciting recent work by the Dems, Organizing for Action, and other partner organizations, and how we are going to take down Rick Scott in 2014.Read more
On Friday, August 9th, former Governor Bill Richardson came to Miami for the #ActOnClimate rally: a special event focusing on climate change, extreme weather, and expected impacts on South Florida's weather and economy. The rally, co-organized by the Miami Dems, the Audubon Florida, the Florida League of Women's Voters, and the National Council of La Raza, brought together advocates, activists, and others who braved the appropriately strange elements — pouring rain interspersed with bright sunshine — to hear Gov. Richardson and State Senator Dwight Bullard speak.Read more
I can't believe we are already into August — just a year out from the 2014 primaries! And I also can't thank you all enough for the work you've done this year keeping up the momentum from 2012, organizing your own clubs & groups, & helping us to lay a strong foundation for next year's races.
This month, the Miami Dems launched our brand-new newsletter — the Blue Letter! The Blue Letter contains updates about work by the Dems and our partners, upcoming events, & more. Make sure you sign up here to receive the Blue Letter. We hope you enjoy, and we want your feedback; please email us with suggestions or to share events you'd like included in the newsletter or our new online events calendar.
I wanted to share a few highlights of our upcoming activities with you:Read more
The first-ever Blue Party to celebrate Miami's birthday hosted by the Miami-Dade Democrats & Miami-Dade Young Democrats was a hit!
Held Friday, July 26th at Avenue D downtown — named for the original name of S. Miami Ave — the party brought together 250 members of Miami's progressive community and elected officials to celebrate the city's 117th birthday. "The Blue Party was a tremendous success," said Juan Cuba, executive director of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party. "There was a ton of energy in the room, and a lot of people looking to make an impact on our city."