Rhonda Rebman Lopez’s attempt to explain away her Maduro Money exposed her to campaign finance violations
Miami-Dade, FL: - Today, the chair of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party, Steve Simeonidis, filed a formal complaint against Rhonda Rebman Lopez, Republican candidate for Florida House District 120. The complaint alleges that Ms. Rebman Lopez accepted a $1,000 contribution in violation of Florida statute 106.08 which states that “[a] person may not make any contribution through or in the name of another, directly or indirectly, in any election.”Read more
Miami-Dade Democrats Urge Elections Department to Create Drive-though and Walk-up Dropboxes for Vote-By-Mail Dropoff
Miami-Dade, FL: On Monday, June 15, the Miami-Dade Democratic Party Steering Committee passed a unanimous resolution calling for the Miami-Dade Elections Department to create drive-through and walk-up dropboxes for voters to deposit completed Vote-By-Mail ballots.
After seeing long lines of voters attempting to cast their votes during the Wisconsin primary and the Georgia primary, it is imperative that Miami-Dade voters are able to cast their ballots in a no-contact manner. We call on the County Commissioners to vote to support this change in order to ensure a more efficient, safe and secure means to cast a ballot during COVID-19 and we call on the Supervisor of Elections to implement it.
After seeing the long lines in Georgia, and with ballots for our August elections being mailed in Mid-July, time is of the essence.
Here are five reasons you should sign up to Vote-By-Mail.
And no, not all of them are to make this guy angry:
Senator Gwen Margolis passed away today, Tuesday, June 9, 2020. Senator Margolis served in the Miami-Dade County Commission, in the Florida House, and in the Florida Senate. Over the course of her 42-year career in public office, Senator Margolis championed women’s rights, gay rights, and pushed for social justice, and she became the first female president of the Florida Senate.
If you are reading this, there is still time to qualify to be on the ballot this summer to represent your district within the local Democratic Party!
This August, Miami-Dade county registered Democrats will elect the 110 people to make up the Democratic Executive Committee (DEC). The elections correspond to 55 district designations with a man and woman elected per district.
Committeemen and Committeewomen are expected to organize their designated precincts, and represent constituents within the local Democratic Party.Read more