Democratic Black Caucus Of Florida Elects New Executive Officers With Promises To Rebuild, Rebrand The Political Organization

BY LOUIS C. WARD CENTRAL FLORIDA - Trevor Mallory is the new president of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (DBCF), a political organization representing almost 2 million African Americans in the sunshine state. Mallory, 49, a former president of Pinellas County Democratic Black Caucus, won 60 percent of the vote at its Zoom election held Saturday, June 5th, 2021.

“We must change our approach to rebuild, rebrand, and reestablish the culture of this organization to make sure we garner the respect we deserve,” stated President Elect Mallory, who seemed very aware of what the immediate objectives of the political organization should be.

President Mallory understands the power that the DBCF can wield when it’s organized and the executive committee is partnering and consistently communicating with other organizations to create one powerful force. “By improving the relationship with our leadership in the legislative and Congressional Black Caucus we can strengthen our ability to impact policy change,” emphasized President Mallory, a community activist of Pinellas County

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