Danielle Cohen Higgins running for Miami-Dade County Commission District 8

A message from Danielle Cohen Higgins, regarding her entry into the 2020 race for Miami Dade County Commission, District 8.

"I am excited to share that I have officially filed to run for Miami-Dade County Commission District 8! South Dade is a special place to live and raise a family, but we must continue to address the challenges we face. Commissioner Levine Cava has been a forceful voice for South Dade and I want to ensure the progress achieved is not lost. We have mounting issues like the skyrocketing cost of living, a true affordability crisis, and traffic that has become a dangerous nightmare and I am ready to confront these challenges head on. We need leadership that will continue the fight to get South Dade its fair share and ensure our community’s voice is well represented on the County Commission. I am prepared to fight for us and advocate for positive changes that will lift up our entire community for generations to come. This journey cannot be done alone, and I will be calling on each of you to join me. I am excited for the next chapter in our lives and eager to serve our wonderful community."

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Cory Booker to visit Miami Gardens on Sunday, April 28 for discussion on voting rights

We are pleased to see presidential candidates begin to make their visits to South Florida. As the Miami-Dade Democratic Party, we will do our best to share information about their local appearances in our county, providing equal access for all candidates to our followers and email subscribers.

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Coral Way Dems Quarterly Meeting

Announcing the Quarterly Meeting of the Democrats of Coral Way. A new club that encompasses all the neighborhoods in the Coral Way section of Miami. We had an inaugural meeting back in January and will have a second meeting on Monday April 29th at 7-9pm in the Shenandoah Park Community Center (1800 SW 21st Ave, Miami, FL, 33145)

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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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