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Welcome to the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida

P.O. Box 20385, Bradenton, FL 34204
813-703-2913

The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida at our 36th Annual Conference.

Theme: "Elevating Black Voices For Equity And A Better Florida"
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Our Mission

To raise overall social, economic and political awareness and education, support the elected and appointed Democratic officials in FL, and offer advocacy & outreach to all demographics and classifications of Blacks across the State of Florida

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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.The Democratic Black Caucus was established in 1983, to unite and increase the political power for Black Democrats who went unnoticed...

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The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (DBCF), under the leadership of President Lydia Hudson, finished the 36th annual conference with the theme: “Elevating Black Voices for Equity and a Better Florida”. Member chapters from across the state of Florida gathered at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando from April 20th - 22nd for events that included: workshops on mobilization education and empowerment, a Millennial Round Table and a forum and interview for Gubernatorial Democratic candidates Gwen Graham, Andrew Gillum, Chris King, and Phillip Levine, and the Soul of the Party Gala, with Keynote Speaker Orange-Osceola County District Attorney Aramis Ayala.

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