Last night, the West Kendall Democrats club re-launched with a bang! Over 50 Democrats attended the club’s January meeting, many recognizing the danger our democracy is in and excited to turn the ship around. Former field organizer for Donna Shalala for Congress and the club’s interim President Bryan Hernandez spoke about the actions the club will be taking in 2019, including creating a vibrant community of like-minded people, engaging with the Miami-Dade County Commission and Governor DeSantis on issues club members care about, and training candidates to prepare for the 2019 and 2020 elections, such as the county commission and mayoral races. He urged those in the room to consider running for office themselves.
Hello fellow Kendall Democrats! I'm Bryan Hernandez, interim President of the West Kendall Democrats club, and I'm excited to tell you that we're re-launching our club. We will have our general club meeting next month. Former FL State Representative Robert Ascensio will be our keynote speaker to reflect on the 2018 election and plan for the future.Read more
I have been here before. The exhaustion that you've been ignoring starts to catch up with you and despair starts to creep in. How could the majority of voters choose DeSantis over Gillum? I don't know. This I do know. We have a choice.Read more
Early voting is taking place daily from 7am to 7pm and the 2018 ballot will be packed with a number of amendments for voters to decide on. Many of which have been loaded with additional provisions. We’ve had a team review the amendments and the entire Democratic Executive Committee voted on the below recommendations after lengthy discussion. We hope that you find our recommendations useful.Read more