“Not a single thing Scott has focused on – slashing funding for public schools, refusing to expand Medicaid for millions of low-income Floridians or giving taxpayer funding to corporations who donate to his campaigns – has helped everyday Floridians.″
The FCC is planning to end the internet’s Net Neutrality rules that protect consumers’ right to a truly free and open internet. This is a reckless plan that will fundamentally change the internet as we know it! I’m going to be doing everything I can to fight this plan and make sure the internet remains a level playing field for all.
With the Senate gearing up to vote this week on Republicans’ sweeping tax reform package, the campaign arm for Senate Democrats will launch a new ad framing the proposed changes as a costly “scam” on taxpayers.
Enough is Enough! Let’s Get to Work! While sexual assault, harassment, and power-based personal injustices are gaining overdue widespread media attention, each one of us can be part of the solution to eliminate violence in our community. Help eliminate violence in Charlotte County without changing your everyday living.
Watching the turmoil at the top of the Florida Democratic Party’s leadership hasn’t been easy for Allison Tant, the state party’s immediate former chair.
Last month the newly founded Young Democrats club of Port Charlotte High School hosted their own booth at the annual Block party. They were successful in registering over 20 voters and future voters in Charlotte county.
John Morgan tossed a bomb Friday into the 2018 political landscape, saying in a post-Thanksgiving message he is leaving the Democratic Party, and that Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson should not run for re-election, but rather seek the governor’s mansion so he can leave a “legacy.”
“Small business owners recognize that to find the most talented employees, they need to ensure their workplace has non-discrimination policies in place,” said Florida Competes spokesperson Christina Johnson. “Small businesses understand how discriminatory policies can adversely affect the business bottom line.
October saw 2,965 Democrats using their computers to become voters, compared to 2,267 Republicans. More people (2,606) registered to vote with no party affiliation than Republicans
The Charlotte County Democratic Executive Committee’s (CCDEC) monthly meeting will take place on Monday, December 4, 2017, at the Democratic Party Headquarters, 3596 Tamiami Trail, Unit 202, Port Charlotte, FL 33952