Statement from Executive Director Christopher Richmond:
"Joe Biden came to Miami on Monday and met with community leaders and elected officials in Little Haiti and Little Havana before answering voters' questions for 60 minutes during a televised town hall because he respects Miami voters and has concrete plans to improve all of our lives. We are not surprised that Donald Trump is too scared to answer questions from Miami voters, because we know how disastrous his record has been for our health, our jobs, our economy and our standing as a beacon of democracy."
Judicial elections have begun. The 2020 elections in Miami - Dade County includes questions about the retention of judges.Read more
The chance to add independent oversight of county government is in the hands of voters. There are some important Miami-Dade referendums to vote on in 2020 and we hope you read our recommendations and rationale.Read more
Miami, FL: Today the Miami-Dade Democratic Party launches its Haitian American Radio campaign. A combination of 320 interviews and commercials will air across 4 Haitian American radio stations beginning on Friday, September 25 and running until Election Day. The campaign will be voiced by North Miami Vice Mayor Alix Desulme and Haitian American radio personality Herntz Phanord, and will air on WQVN 1360 AM Radyo Pep La, WLQY 1320 AM Radio Tout Mou’n Jwen, WSRF 1580 Radio Haiti Amerique International, and WJCC 1700 AM Radio Mega.
“This campaign represents the Miami-Dade Democratic Party’s respect for and commitment to investment in the Haitian American community and our recognition that the Haitian American community holds a foundational place in the fabric of this county,” explains Miami-Dade Democratic Party Secretary and Campaign Chair Robert Dempster.Read more
MIAMI-DADE, FL: The Miami-Dade Democratic Party has made multiple endorsements in County races as well as in the Town of Cutler Bay, the City of North Miami Beach and the City of Sunny Isles Beach.
At the County level: The Miami-Dade Democratic Party voted to endorse Representative Kionne McGhee for County Commissioner for District 9. Rep. McGhee is the outgoing Democratic Leader of the Florida House.
At the School Board level: The Miami-Dade Democratic Party voted to endorse Luisa Santos for School Board in District 9. The Party had previously endorsed, during the August 18th Primary Election, Lucia Baez-Geller for School Board in District 3, and Dr. Mara Zapata for School Board in District 5.
In the Town of Cutler Bay: The Miami-Dade Democratic Party has voted unanimously to recommend Michael Callahan for the position of Vice Mayor of Cutler Bay.
In the City of North Miami Beach: The Miami-Dade Democratic Party has made several endorsements. The Party voted overwhelmingly to endorse Bruce Kusens for Mayor. The Party also made recommendations to endorse two incumbent City Commissioners: McKenzie Fleurimond in Group 5, and Michael Joseph in Group 7.
In the City of Sunny Isles Beach: The Miami-Dade Democratic Party has endorsed two sitting City Commissioners for re-election: Larisa Svechin in Seat 1, and Dana Goldman in Seat 3.Read more
The chance to increase Florida's minimum wage to $15/hour is finally in the hands of voters. While the 2020 Florida ballot is not as packed with amendments as we saw in 2018, there are still some important amendments to vote on and we hope you read our recommendations and rationale.Read more
12 Days After Mucarsel-Powell Accepts 3 Debates, Gimenez Refuses to Accept Them
MIAMI — Nearly two weeks after Congresswoman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell accepted three invitations to debate (two in Spanish, one in English), Carlos Gimenez has been in hiding.
Twelve days after Rep. Mucarsel-Powell accepted debates with CBS Miami, Radio Actualidad, and Telemundo 51 Miami, Carlos Gimenez is refusing to agree to any of these debates and is sidelining the Spanish-speaking voters in Florida’s 26th Congressional District.
It's official: Carlos Gimenez is hiding from the voters.Read more