Miami-Dade Democratic Party passes resolution in support of allowing non-party affiliated, registered voters to participate in Democratic Party primaries
RESOLUTION OF THE MIAMI-DADE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO MAXIMIZE VOTER PARTICIPATION AND PARTY GROWTH BY CHANGING THE RULE FOR ELIGIBILITY TO VOTE IN THE PARTY PRIMARIES
Passed by the Issues Committee on February 21, 2019
Passed by the Steering Committee on April 1st, 2019
Passed by the Steering Committee on April 8th, 2019
On Monday, April 8th, we will have our next General meeting for the Miami-Dade Democratic Party. All are invited to attend as we discuss / vote on important resolutions and a new proposed budget. There will be a special presentation starting at 6:15 with our Supervisor of Elections, Christina White, to address some concerns that have been brought up about voter protectionRead more
The following letter has been shared with DNC Chair Tom Perez and we encourage Democrats in Miami-Dade interested in bringing the candidates to South Florida to share this with their friends.
Dear Chairman Perez:
I write to request that the Democratic National Committee select Miami-Dade County to host the first Democratic primary debate for the 2020 presidential election. Florida is the largest swing state in the nation and Miami-Dade is home to more than 600,000 Democrats and 450,000 voters without party affiliation. Both of those totals lead the state. Considering that the oval office occupant has won Florida in each presidential election for the last quarter century, it is clear that Miami-Dade is the most important county in the most important state when it comes to national elections.Read more
Greetings Democrats. My name is Javi Estevez, and currently serve as Legislative Liaison for the Miami-Dade Democratic Party
The 2019 Florida Legislative Session is here. I have created a Legislative Tracker to highlight bills that we should keep an eye on. I have made it with a focus on our local Representatives and Senators to make sure that we give them the support that they need. Also, I have added what we will call “bad bills” that are highlighted in red and we need to fight against.
Please stay tuned for other petitions and calls to action to let our voices be heard.
The City of Coral Gables will hold a general election on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 to elect a Mayor and one Commissioner. The mayoral race, to serve a two-year term, is a rematch between current Mayor Raul Valdes-Fauli and former Commissioner Jeannett Slesnick. The 2016 election was decided by fewer than 200 votes.
With no incumbent, there are four (4) individuals vying for the Commissioner seat which has a 4-year term. The election is conducted on a non-partisan basis
The Coral Gables Democratic Club meets at Books & Books located at 265 Aragon on the 2nd Tuesday of every month starting at 6:30PM.Read more