Patrick Hurley swears the Blue Wave will create more than a ripple on the pond of politics in Charlotte County. The new chairman of the Charlotte County Democratic Party executive committee says the future is bright in Charlotte County, where Republicans dominate — often without opposition. (Read the story in Charlotte Sun)
CHARLOTTE COUNTY – Two Democratic candidates for State Senate and a candidate for Charlotte County Commissioner explained their positions on a wide variety of issues during a forum at the Charlotte County Democratic Headquarters Thursday. Catherine Price of Lake Wales, FL, is running for Florida State Senate District 26. She told the audience, “We need good…
Joan Fischer has taken it upon herself to be a voice for transparency in the race for the District 4 seat on the Charlotte County Commission, currently held by Stephen R. Deutsch. “The reason I’m running is because I feel the people are not being told anything that happens until after it happens” (Read on Charlotte Sun)
Activists Are Participating in 38 Events in 23 Counties Across the State With less than 100 days until the August 28th primary, Florida Democrats are coming together this Memorial Day weekend for an “I Will Vote” weekend of action, with U.S. Senator Bill Nelson and FDP hosting joint “Nelson’s Neighbors” events across the state. The…
From WGCU’s Gulf Coast Live:
We’re taking the show on the road to Punta Gorda in Charlotte County in order to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Over the past few months, the Sunseeker Resort development project gradually found its way into the news in Charlotte County. Not surprisingly, as it has been unveiled, a number of opinions have surfaced about it, the two clearest sides being those opposed to changing the “old Florida” character of the Charlotte Harbor shoreline and those seeking to improve the economy of Charlotte County
Photos from the Charlotte County Democrats 2018 Blue Gala. Please send photos or updated captions to email@example.com.
Charlotte County Democrats showed off new graphics and new messaging for the Party’s presence at this past weekend’s Taste of Punta Gorda. The signs and posters allowed volunteers and Party officers to encourage interested visitors to take action
Charlotte County Commissioners approved giving the resort an additional 3.62 acres on the east side of U.S. 41 — paid for by tax payer dollars. The resort would in turn complete more than $16 million in infrastructure improvements.
A standing-room-only crowd heard citizens oppose the granting of several zoning variances to allow a mid-rise hotel & condo project on the historic Placida Fishery property. For now, the historic site will continue to look like old Florida, to the relief of many locals.