The Miami-Dade Democratic Party is pleased and proud to announce that Senator Annette Taddeo, who served as county party chair from 2012 to 2014 and founded the party’s Blue Gala, will be chairing the party’s 10th anniversary of its annual fundraising dinner this fall.Read more
The 2023 Florida legislative session was among the most extremist on record.
A number of the laws passed are already tied up in the courts with lawsuits challenging their constitutionality, including the 6-week abortion ban, the ban on gender-affirming care for minors, new restrictions on drag performances, and parts of the HB 7050 suppression bill.
But many widely unpopular and repressive new laws went into effect on July 1.Read more
Since becoming Mayor at the end of 2020, Daniella Levine Cava has led our county with vision, integrity, and results, ensuring Miami-Dade emerged one of the most recovered economies in the United States. She will be up for re-election in August of 2024, and we invite you to read more about what Daniella Levine Cava has accomplished as Mayor
If you'd like to see four more years of Daniella Levine Cava as Miami-Dade Mayor, please sign up here to volunteer and be sure to select the option "I can help gather petitions"
“The Miami-Dade Democratic Party congratulates Dr. Victor Vazquez on his hard fought win. We were proud to endorse him and happy to have been a part of his victory. We look forward to seeing Dr. Vazquez lead his city forward,” said Miami-Dade Democratic Party Chair Robert Dempster.Read more
History was made on Monday, February 27. Heading into women's history month, residents of Miami's district 2 elected Sabina Covo as their Commissioner, only the second time the city has elected a Latina woman to the commission (The city of Miami's population is 72% Hispanic). The Miami-Dade Democratic Party proudly salutes Sabina Covo’s victory in this special election.
Covo ran on a platform that prioritized combatting the effects of climate change, expanding access to high-quality public transit, making housing more affordable to residents, supporting arts and entertainment, and boosting the City’s economic development and tourism.Read more
In 2023, 15 municipalities in Miami-Dade will be holding elections, including the city of Miami, Coral Gables, Hialeah, and Miami Beach. Turnout for these local elections can often be very low, and every vote counts. We even witnessed a tie in a local election in 2022.
Please check the Miami-Dade 2023 election calendar and share the dates with your friends who live in these areas.
Remember, that vote-by-mail registrations expired at the end of 2022, and we recommend all voters to re-enroll, so they do not miss out on any general elections or runoffs for their local government. Click here to re-enroll in vote by mail
March 7 (Register to vote by Feb. 6)
- Golden Beach Run-Off Election
- Hialeah Gardens General Election (Candidate Qualifying Dates: Dec. 21, 2022 Jan. 23, 2023)
- Pinecrest Special Election (Mail Ballot)
March 21 (Register to vote by Feb. 21)
- Hialeah Gardens Run-Off Election
April 4 (Register to vote by Mar. 6)
- Bay Harbor Islands General Election (Candidate Qualifying Dates: Feb. 23, 2023 Mar. 3, 2023)
- Miami Springs General Election (Candidate Qualifying Dates: Dec. 19, 2022 Feb. 17, 2023)
April 11 (Register to vote by Mar. 13)
- Coral Gables General Biennial Election (Candidate Qualifying Dates: Feb. 20, 2023 Feb. 24, 2023)
- Miami Shores Village Council Election (Candidate Qualifying Dates: Feb. 6, 2023 Mar. 3, 2023)