Florida Democratic Black Caucus
The Democratic Black Caucus was established in 1983, to unite and increase the political power for Black Democrats who went unnoticed. The Caucus is an integral part of the Florida Democratic Party’s infrastructure, which unites talent with opportunity to facilitate voter building through educational forums effecting voter registration drives (EVRD), get out the vote (GOTV), voter action network (VAN), vote by mail (VBM), and support qualified candidates approved by the Black Caucus.
Democratic Hispanic Caucus Of Florida
The President of the Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida, Vivian Rodriguez at 407-758-2442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.You can also find out and follow their events and meetings on their Facebook page.
Democratic Women’s Club of Florida
The DWCF was formed to bring together all Democratic Women’s Clubs in Florida to provide a forum for discussion of public matters, to support qualified candidates for public office and to encourage qualified Democratic women to seek elected office. To join in, contact President Maureen McKenna, or email@example.com.
Florida Young Democrats
As an extension of the Florida Democratic Party, this organization is dedicated to supporting young Democrats. The Florida Young Democrats believe that the future of our party depends upon actively building political, social, and business connections between Democrats aged 40 years and younger. We further believe in tolerance, inclusion, and active participation in local, regional, and state government.
The President of the Florida LGBT Democratic Caucus is Sally Phillips and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Caucus has chapters throughout the state of Florida and can be reached at 877-446-8569 or info@floridaGLBTdemocrats.org.
Florida Democratic Caribbean Caucus
The Democratic Caribbean Caucus of Florida’s mission is to generate a significant increase of political support for the Democratic Caribbean Community for its four basic and main issues: Immigration, Economic Development, Education, and equivalent political support for Caribbean candidates. Our State President is Dr. Thomas K. Pinder, who can be reached by email at email@example.com.
Florida Democratic Disability Caucus
The President of the Democratic Disability Caucus of Florida is Mark Ravenscraft. He can reached by phone at (850) 580-2227, or by email at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small County Coalition
The Small County Coalition represents the rural counties of Florida, which is more than half of Florida’s 67 counties. Although none of these counties has a Democratic voter registration over 40,000, the Coalition makes up a large Democratic voting bloc in Florida. The President of the Small County Coalition of Florida is Dave Dew. He can reached by email at email@example.com.
Florida College Democrats
The Florida College Democrats is a student run organization that focuses on the democratic development of students on college campuses across the state of Florida. This group has chapters at many major universities across Florida including UCF, UF, UM, FIU, FSU, and more. It’s main purpose is to educate students on the importance of the political process, train students to be politically active, and get democrats elected. For more information about the FCD you can check out their website http://flcollegedems.com.
The Netroots Coalition was created to help bring together bloggers and Netroots activists who support the Democratic Party. The mission of the organization is to contribute to the growth and influence of the Democratic Party, to establish and maintain a Democratic online community, and to promote the party and all party candidates for Democratic leadership throughout the state and nation. For more information, contact the coalition president, Michael Calderin, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volusia County Democratic Veteran’s Caucus of Florida
An organization representing Florida democrats who have served, or are serving in our nation’s armed forces. Visit their website at http://www.fldemvets.org.
Democratic Business Caucus of Florida
The Democratic Business Caucus of Florida was created during the summer of 2011 in order to build business relationships, share information and promote green businesses to better support Democratic candidates and issues. Manatee County became its first local chapter in October and other chapters are being formed in Sarasota and Palm Beach. The caucus features networking meetings, speakers, Democratically-owned business telephone directories as well as Democratic business flyers and organizational PowerPoint presentations for counties interested in forming local chapters.
DECF supports Florida lawmakers, candidates, legislation and businesses that preserve, protect and enhance Florida’s natural resources. The Caucus will help elect to public office environmentally literate Democratic candidates who endorse suitable action on environmentally critical issues. Visit their website at http://environmentalcaucus.com/, send them an email at email@example.com, connect with them on Twitter @DECFL and join them on Facebook here.
“The Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida serves to strengthen and maintain a relationship between the progressive community and the Democratic Party. The Caucus builds on the foundation of the progressive history of the Democratic Party to promote the continued development and growth of the Democratic Party’s core ideals and principles. For more information, contact Susan Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 813-390-3616.”
Democratic Haitian American Caucus of Florida
Chartered in July 2010, the Democratic Haitian American Caucus of Florida (DHACF) seeks to educate voters about the importance of participating in local and national elections. The mission of the Caucus is to: a) help elect great Democrats, including those of Haitian descent, b) promote Comprehensive Immigration Reform, and c)support international efforts to rebuild Haiti. Our Officers meet bi-monthly and our General Membership Events are held quarterly. In addition, the Caucus organizes a series of annual events designed to increase its membership while promoting the rich culture of the Haitian people. You may contact us by e-mailing email@example.com.