Organize and promote internal communications systems for the Charlotte County DEC. Skills Required CCDEC currently uses Slack. Familiarity with Slack, or another internal communications tool is desired. The volunteer will: * Administer users * Provide tech support * Evangelize the technology to tech-phobic users as needed. Time Commitment 10 hours per month Committee / Team
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Maintain the online calendar account for Charlotte County Democrats. Receive emailed calendar submissions, post calendar events, and monitor for changed or canceled events. Skills Required * Knowledge of or ability to learn the TeamUp calendar software. * Ability to monitor email and post events within 24 hours. Time Commitment Less than 1 hr. per week.
A Web Editor is needed to review all pages on the Charlotte County Democrats website and identify out-of-date content, errors in spelling and grammar, or opportunities to improve. The Editor will coordinate with each Committee Chair to identify opportunities to improve the content. The Editor will produce a report and assist the Webmaster to update
Seeking a web developer familiar with WordPress to manage the Charlotte County Democrats website. Transition and training will be available from our current webmaster who will continue to be available as a resource as long as possible. The site is currently in good shape and needs someone who can make sure it stays that way.
We want the Charlotte County Democrats’ office space to make a powerful impression. Seeking designer to help craft a welcoming, informative, and educational space. Seek design expertise to engage office visitors with informative signage, attractive and effective workspace layout(s), and motivational ambiance. The position could be a solo effort or work as a team if
As they deal with painful election losses and try to devise a plan for the 2020 presidential election cycle, Florida Democratic Party leaders announced Thursday they have formed a commission to help build an infrastructure that they hope will yield future wins in the nation’s largest swing state. (Read more in TampaBay.com) Florida Dems launch
Though she doesn’t officially take office for more than a month, Agriculture Commissioner-elect Nikki Fried is already making a splash in the Capital, and laying out clear markers for both her nascent administration and her stewardship of the state Democratic Party — of which she is now, somewhat improbably, the de facto leader. (Read more in FloridaPolitics.com)
WORK WITH US WE’RE HIRING Deputy Finance Director, North and Central Florida Statewide Press Secretary Hispanic Press Secretary Deputy Finance Director, South Florida Finance Assistant The Florida Democratic Party is committed to hiring an inclusive, diverse staff. The FDP is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and
The Florida Democratic Party has asked a federal judge to order a further delay in the selection of a candidate to replace April Freeman as the party’s nominee for the open seat in the 17th Congressional District. Arguments were scheduled for noon today at U.S. District Court in Tampa on whether candidates who sought a different
Seeking a graphics designer that can create compelling infographics from time to time. The Info Graphics designer will use creativity to simplify how we communicate sometimes complicated data. Skills Required Graphics design skills. Excellent written communications skills. Ability to investigate and use emerging tools. Need strong skills in Microsoft Office, spreadsheet analysis, and ability to
Packed House of Activists Attend Campaign Trainings Over Holiday Weekend In another sign of momentum and energy on the ground, the Florida Democratic Party’s African American Voter Summit was sold-out, with over 75 people signing-up for activist training on Saturday of the holiday weekend. This is the second summit to focus on turning out African
EDITOR’S NOTE: This extraordinary front-page article in Florida Weekly written by a young Charlotte County reporter documents the strides made by Young Democrats and All Rainbow and Allied Youth (ARAY). This is a “must-read” for every Charlotte County Democrat. Forty-five percent of Charlotte County registered voters are Republican, compared to 27 percent Democrat, according to
The Democratic National Committee is giving Florida Democrats a $100,000 grant for mobilizing Puerto Rican voters across the state during what is expected to be a fiercely-fought U.S. Senate race. DNC chair Tom Perez visited Orlando Wednesday as the national party announced the grant. (Read more in TampaBay.com)
The Florida Democratic Party announced Tuesday that it had brought in more than $1.81 million during the first three months of the year, besting the Republican Party of Florida by more than $325,000.
In response to Rick Scott’s announcement today, Florida Democratic Party Chair Terrie Rizzo released the following statement: “For eight years, Rick Scott has put himself and his political interests above the people he serves, and in the Senate, he would do the same thing. Here’s his record: lost jobs, low wages and an
Veteran progressive activist and Democratic operative Juan Peñalosa will take the reins of the Florida Democratic Party as Executive Director, putting him in charge of the Party’s day-to-day operations