Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida

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Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida was formed in 2017.

As a charter of the Florida Democratic Party, the Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida is built on the foundation of the progressive history and values of the Democratic Party. The DPCF works to develop and promote these core Democratic principles with members throughout Florida who work to strengthen the relationship between the progressive community and the Democratic Party.

Our objectives are to promote progressive legislation, advance progressive candidates, and provide outreach to the community on important issues.[1]

Affiliates

2019 board

Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida March 9 2019:

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Congrats to our newly-elected Board! — with Mitchell Stollberg, Brendan Hopper, Mario Piscatella, Wendy Sejour, Deltravis Lamont Williams, Michael Calderin, Jessica Vaughn, Roy David Walker, Hillary Keyes, Claire Snyder-Hall, Lisa Murano and Nancy Carola Jacobson.

State leaders

Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida March 9 2019:

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Surprise, Susan Host Smith! DPC leaders from around the state surprised our outgoing President, Susan Smith, to thank her for her dedication to the Caucus! — with Pam French, Paul Stolc, Nancy Carola Jacobson, OnDrew Hartigan, Wendy Sejour, Mario Piscatella, Michael Calderin, Susan Host Smith, Hillary Keyes, William Bliss, Mike Shlasko, Claire Snyder-Hall, Mitchell Stollberg, Jessica Vaughn and Denise Lombardi.

Endorsed candidates

Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida August 20, 2016;

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With Representative Ben Diamond, Dwight Bullard, Bob Doyel for Florida, CJ Czaia for State Representative district 70, Sheena Meade for Florida House District 46, Jonathan Chane, Tim Canova, Chuck O'Neal, Representative Amy Mercado, Kelly Skidmore, Francesca Menes, Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith, Vote Daisy J. Baez, Frank A. Cirillo, Ross Hancock 2018, Jeff Clemens, State Representative Sean Shaw, Susannah Randolph for Congress, Clint Curtis, Manny Lopez, Tinu Pena and Rena Frazier for Florida, Bob Poe, Rick Roach, Frank Alcock, Alex Barrio.

2018 conference

Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida, May 20 2018 statewide conference in Gainesville

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With Mike Shlasko, Susan Smith, Paul Edward Anarumo, Pj Espinal, Mario Piscatella, Paul Truman, Denise Lombardi, Miguel Valdez, Anna Breedlove, Seth Alexander Smith, Nancy Carola Jacobson, Monica P. DePaul, Mitchell Stollberg, Maria Hernandez, Wendy Sejour, Lisa Murano, Sara Doyle McFadden, Beau Robichaux, Tom Wells, Gayle Morgan, Katy Burnett, Harvey Ward, Marilyn Cappiello, Vicki Roush, Michael Calderin and Iris Burke.

Officers

2017

Big Bend Democratic Progressive Caucus, March 19, 2017 near Tampa, FL.

Meet your newly elected board of the Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida!

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Top row: Lisa Murano, Marilyn Cappiello, Michael Calderin, Susan Smith

Middle row: Wendy Sejour, Nancy Carola Jacobson, Amos Miers, Paul Stolc, Melody Bernal, Mitchell Stollberg

Bottom row: Mario Piscatella

Not pictured: Zenia Perez & Hillary Keyes.

2018

As of February 19, 2018.[2]

Board members

References