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Precinct Captain

Precinct Captains play a critical role in the success of the Democratic Party. They assist Democratic candidates, register Democrats to vote, and get out the Democratic vote during elections. Activities include door-to-door canvassing and literature drops, phone banks, mailings, and voter registration. There are 67 precincts in Charlotte County: please consider becoming a Precinct Captain. We always have a need for precinct captains.

The Charlotte County Democratic Women’s Club (DWC) meets on the 2nd Monday of the month at 4:00 PM. The DWC is an organization of diverse individuals who work to support the values, platforms, and endorsed candidates of the Democratic Women’s Club of Florida and the Florida Democratic Party. Our action efforts include supporting young scholars, getting out the vote, and joining in local, statewide, and national initiatives and events, especially those that primarily affect women. Visit us at and like us on Facebook. Men are allowed to join the DWC.

The Charlotte County Democratic Club (CCDC) meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 10:00-12 noon. The CCDC is for people who want to be part of a liberal community. The Club sponsors fun activities and provides a social outlet in a safe environment with like-minded people. The Club also supports local charities and hosts educational speakers. Our members are encouraged to be activists for Democratic values and to enhance the face of the Democratic experience through outreach in a relaxed atmosphere. Join the club, you’ll be glad you did! Like us on Facebook.

Club address: PO Box 495896, Port Charlotte, Fl 33949
Club phone: 941-273-9122

The Englewood Democratic Club (EDC) meets on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 5:30 pm. Englewood is not incorporated as a city or town; it spans Sarasota County and Charlotte County. The EDC, chartered under the Sarasota Democratic Party, was formed to gather people across both counties to locally support environmental stewardship, accessible education, affordable healthcare, voting equity/good government policies, and a sustainable economy. We support Democratic Party principles and work to educated and inspire like-minded individuals to make a difference. For more information, please call:  (941) 270-3441  or email:  Like us on Facebook and visit our website at

The purpose of the Democratic Environmental Caucus of Florida is to engage in education and advocacy to promote candidates, legislation, constitutional amendments, government policy, and public practices that slow climate change and that preserve and protect Florida’s natural resources, including, but not limited to, its atmosphere, sea and gulf coasts, aquifers, waterways, wetlands, wild lands, parks, habitats, and wildlife. DECF also pursues environmental justice. Accordingly, DECF works towards a just transition to a green economy to promote and sustain the welfare of all Floridians, including indigenous peoples and all of Florida’s marginalized communities. We want to empower everyone to contribute effectively to solutions to the climate crisis and other environmental challenges.

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