Our purpose is to stimulate a participating interest in public affairs that will foster better and more representative government and to promote the principles of the Democratic Party. The Caucus is established under the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida which is an integral part of the Florida Democratic party’s infrastructure, which unites talent and opportunity to facilitate voter participation and turnout and building voter capacity and election success through educational forums Effecting Voter Registration Drives (EVRD), Get Out the Vote (GOTV),Voter Action Network (VAN), Vote by Mail (VBM), and support of qualified candidates approved by the Black Caucus.
The Duval County Chapter of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida is open to all registered Democrats in Florida who support the objectives of the State Caucus. Membership in this Caucus is available without regard to race, color, creed, age, gender, national origin, physical disability, or sexual orientation.
President: Michael McDowell
Vice-President: Hazel Gillis
Secretary: Sharon Sweet
Treasurer: James J. Morton
(Officers are (left to right): Hazel Gillis, Vice President; Michael McDowell, President and Sharon Sweet, Secretary. Not pictured is Treasurer, James J. Morton.)
We meet at 6 pm, the first Tuesday each month, Highlands Branch Library, 1826 Dunn Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32218.
For more information, contact Hazel Gillis at (904) 714-0089 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We pay both local and state dues. Local dues are $25 and state dues are $35. Seniors pay $15 state dues plus local dues. Students pay $25 total.
Our work is done in collaboration with other Democratic Clubs, Caucuses, the Duval County Democratic Executive Commmittee and other appropriate pplitical, social, civic, business and professional organizations.
We are members of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (DBCF). For more information on DBCF, go to the State Caucus website at: www.dbcflorida.org.
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