Even though he is a Republican, Joseph Tiseo was glad to accept the invitation from DEC Chairman Patrick Hurley to address Charlotte County Democrats at their monthly meeting. Tiseo talked about how, without knowing it, he had received a recommendation from Charlotte County Dems in 2016 when he ran for office for the first time.
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A vigorous debate over a resolution urging Congress to conduct an impeachment inquiry, a resolution demanding the closure of immigrant children camps, and a visit by a Republican Charlotte County commissioner highlighted the July Charlotte County Democratic Executive Committee (CCDEC) business meeting that was anything but business as usual. The local Democrats’ meeting began with
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