Have your voice on Venezuela and Nicaragua heard on Friday, March 22: Town hall with Democratic legislators in Miami Lakes
On Friday, March 22nd, participate in a community town hall to address questions about the dire situations in Venezuela and Nicaragua as well as listen to what our citizen members of these two communities need to get resolved in order to guarantee a better quality of life here in South Florida.
Moderated by Eduardo Gamarra, Ph.D. Founding Director, Latino Public Opinion Forum at the Stephen Green School of International and Public Affairs, F.I.U.A
Join us on Thursday, March 21st for this event featuring Congresswoman Mucarsel-Powell. Funds raised are critical to building up our operation on the road to 2020
On April 9, 2019, residents of Miami Shores will have the opportunity to elect 4 council members, with the top vote getter to serve as Mayor for the next two years. With a population exceeding 10,000, and pressing issues related to sea-level rise and education, the village depends on voters to be involved in shaping the future.Read more
"With more Venezuelans fleeing the Maduro regime, we need to ensure that refugees are being welcomed in the United States. The ongoing crisis in their country has caused thousands of Venezuelans to seek asylum here, and it’s imperative that President Trump extend TPS (Temporary Protection Status) to Venezuelans in the US, as well as provide fair asylum proceedings. We are committed to advocate for protecting Venezuelans in our community."Read more
On Monday, February 18, 2019, Steve Simeonidis was elected as the new Chair of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party.
Through his involvement with community organizations, including this DEC (Democratic Executive Committee of Miami-Dade) and various Democratic clubs and candidates, he developed a passion to serve the residents and volunteers who are anxious for change. Steve recently served as the President of the Miami-Dade Young Democrats and as General Counsel for this DEC in addition to other organizations. He also sits on the Miami-Dade Commission on Human Rights, a quasi-judicial body responsible for adjudicating appellate level human rights claims.Read more