Los Demócratas de Miami-Dade votan a favor de abrir las elecciones primarias estatales a los votantes sin afiliación a un partido

El Partido Demócrata de Miami toma los primeros pasos para abrir las primarias en la Florida

Los líderes del Partido Demócrata de Miami-Dade planean lanzar una campaña a nivel estatal en busca del apoyo de los 67 Comités Ejecutivos del Partido Demócrata de la Florida con el fin de enmendar las reglas del partido en la Florida. Actualmente, las reglas del Partido Demócrata de la Florida (FDP por sus siglas en inglés) prohíben la participación de votantes que no estén afiliados al partido (NPA por sus siglas en inglés) en las primarias demócratas para presidente de Estados Unidos y para cargos estatales.

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Miami-Dade Democrats just voted to open up the state’s political primaries to no party affiliated voters

Miami’s Democratic Party takes first steps towards open primaries in Florida.

Miami-Dade’s local Democratic Party leadership plans to campaign across the state of Florida to find the support needed from sixty-seven county Democratic Executive Committees and their leadership in order to create the statewide party rule change. Currently, Florida Democratic Party (FDP) rules forbid non-party affiliated (NPA) voters from participating in party primaries for president and statewide office.

Lee más sobre esta resolución para abrir las primarias en Florida

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Prevent the arming of teachers in FL and stop Senate Bill 7030 - Call Senator Manny Diaz Jr and sign the petition

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Download Robert Mueller's report on the investigation into Russian election interference

Today, the report from special counsel Robert Mueller on his investigation into Russian election interference was publicly released. Some minor redactions were made, but this is a good first step to having transparency.

The full report can be downloaded here

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Nikki Fried: SB 168 is dangerous for immigrant communities working to build better lives for their families

It’s no secret that I don’t look like, sound like, or walk in the same boots as Florida’s previous Commissioners of Agriculture. As the first woman elected to this position, and as a Democrat of Jewish faith, I grew up in urban South Florida. I don’t come from a farming family — but over the past year that I’ve traveled across Florida, listening to and learning from our farmers and ranchers, I feel like I’ve become part of one.

I’ve gained an appreciation of what agriculture means to our state. It’s honest work. It’s tiring work. And most of the time, it’s thankless work. Behind only tourism, it’s the backbone of Florida’s economy.

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