WELCOME TO THE DEMOCRATIC BLACK CAUCUS OF FLORIDA

P.O. Box 2754, Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32549

448-488-4042

41St annual Conference
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Democratic Black Caucus Of Florida

Forty years ago, over forty Black delegates from around the State of Florida, attending the 1981 Florida State Democratic Party Convention in Hollywood, Florida were alerted to the need for increasing the power and influence of Black Democrats within the party. A decision was made at that Convention to unite Black Democrats throughout the State. The decision resulted in the organization of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida, which was officially recognized on September 24, 1983, by the Florida Democratic Party Florida as an official affiliate organization.

Vision

The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida believes that the future of our Caucus depends upon building political entitlements, making social adjustments, enforcing educational advancements, and demanding equitable business transactions. The Caucus is an integral part of the Florida Democratic Party’s infrastructure, which unites talent with opportunity to facilitate voter turnout and identify qualified Black Democrats to run for office. The DBCF will continue in building through educational forums effecting Voter Registration Drives (EVRD), Get Out The Vote (GOTV), Voter Action Network (VAN), Vote By Mail (VBM).

Our Mission

In a continued effort the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida will work with leaders from around the State of Florida in its effort to establish County chapters in all 67 Florida counties. We will build up and reinforce the Florida Democratic Party by working diametrically with local and state Democratic leaders, Democratic Executive Committees, and local Democratic elected officials. We will encourage, engage, and educate to empower Black Democrats in the State of Florida. But, as the DBCF we will also support our constituency to become the next generation of leaders in the Florida Democratic Party and the national Democratic Committee, respectfully. 

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Treasurer, Jill Lewis-Daggs
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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 Trevor Mallory, are working diligently to impact our communities. They last met on January 20-21, 2023 for an Executive Committee Meeting and Mini Retreat at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando Florida. This gave each committee member the opportunity to share ideas, implement processes and procedures and rejuvenate the spirit and drive of our members. We are ready to take on the challenge of today and create our future tomorrow!

Our 40th Annual Conference is scheduled for May 19-21, 2023 at the Beautiful Rosen Hotel in Orlando Florida. Our Conference Theme is : "Remember The Past.....Fight For Our Future!" We are planning an exciting, educational and impactful weekend for you! This will include the State of The Caucus,Workshops, DBCF State Officer Election, "Remember the Past ....Fight For Our Future!" Gala and a few added surprises! Mark your calendars and check our website and your emails periodically as special rates and information will be coming soon!

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