Category: Charlotte County

Extensive Media Coverage of Andrew Gillum Visit & Charlotte Dems

  ‘Bring it home’ Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum visits Punta Gorda Andrew Gillum was greeted with shouts of “Bring it home!” at the St. Mary’s Primitive Baptist Church in Punta Gorda on Tuesday by a crowd clearly wanting change. (Read more in Sun) (Watch Video on NBC-2)  

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Meet our new Coordinator, Meade McCoy

Late August, we were fortunate to have a full-time coordinator, Jake Burbach. Jake was sent by the State Florida  Democratic Party to help us with staffing the office and organize voter outreach. He had helped us for a few weeks when the Democratic Party decided Jake was needed more in Lee County and he was …

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Knock the Vote in Port Charlotte

Bring all of your friends to canvass in Port Charlotte to get Democrats elected up and down the ballot! Please wear blue shirts – let’s show everyone the wave is coming! SIGN UP NOW! Where? Charlotte County Democrats 3596 Tamiami Trl #202 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 When? Sun, Aug 19, 12:00pm-3:00pm SIGN UP NOW!

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Meet the Candidates Forum Wednesday

On Wednesday, August 1st, the Charlotte County Curmudgeon Club is holding a Meet the Candidates Forum at the Charlotte County Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St., beginning at 6:00 P.M., continuing until all candidates have had a chance to answer questions. Organizers say almost all candidates for local office, and the two candidates for District Attorney …

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Philip Levine, Chris King look for votes in deep red Charlotte

While Charlotte County can safely be called Republican country, Democratic gubernatorial candidates Philip Levine and Chris King weathered pouring rain to speak to voters there on Saturday. The two candidates spoke at the Politics in the Park event at Harbor Heights Park near Punta Gorda. There, Levine touted his record as a climate-conscious mayor in Miami Beach while King …

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CHARLOTTE SUN: Charlotte Democrats ‘energized,’ new chief says

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)

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Candidates introduce themselves to Charlotte Co. Democratic Club

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 …

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