Volunteers, come learn how to help! You will have an opportunity to meet members of the Charlotte County Democratic Executive Committee, Precinct Captains, Committee Chairs as well as members of both the Charlotte County Democratic Club and Charlotte County Women’s Club. We will help you identify where and how you can volunteer over the next…
In the states that have adopted term limits on legislators (Florida, of course, included), the problem is that lobbyists and staff members are more powerful than legislators and write much of the legislation
Instead of a “tax write-off” for bottled water, as suggested by a recent letter to the editor, it’s much cheaper and much more environmentally friendly to buy a filter for your faucet or use the filtered water from your refrigerator
PUNTA GORDA – Charlotte County students marked the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre by walking out of class Friday to join protests against gun violence. Their action was part of a nationwide walkout. In Punta Gorda, students from Port Charlotte High School and Florida Southwestern State College, Charlotte Campus marched to the offices…
Today, on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, students across Charlotte County will take to the streets to protest gun violence.
Four Democratic candidates presented their visions for Florida on education, health care, the environment, the economy and guns. But one candidate’s record got more attention than any other.
The Florida Democratic Party announced Tuesday that it had brought in more than $1.81 million during the first three months of the year, besting the Republican Party of Florida by more than $325,000.
The county DEC’s goal is to hold at least one event in every one of the county’s eighty precincts this year.
WTVT, part of the FOX Television Stations network, will host the half-hour forum at 6:30 p.m. on April 18 featuring Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, former Congresswoman Gwen Graham, former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, and businessman Chris King
The person who occupies the Governor’s Mansion has no say in any impeachment process. Still, where a candidate stands on impeachment could matter a great deal to Democratic primary voters. Here’s a quick roundup: