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Charlotte Young Democrat talks about his trip to Tallahassee

I recently had the privilege to go to Tallahassee for the Florida Young Democrats Lobby Days. I was able to speak to legislators and meet fellow young Democrats from around the State of Florida. We were able to see how the Young Democrats empower young people to become more engaged in politics by fostering strong leadership skills.

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Welcome our youngest Charlotte Dems member, Daniel Schwarz

Daniel Schwarz recently joined Charlotte Dems and became our youngest member. Only 18, he is a junior at Florida Gulf Coast University, studying Political Science and Criminal Justice. Daniel skipped two years of college by earning both his high school diploma and an associate’s degree through a dual enrollment program at his high school. Because

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Join the Next Generation of Campaign Organizers

Organizing Corps 2020 kicks off this summer. If you are a college junior, join our paid corps today – apply by Monday, March 18th for priority consideration! We are recruiting college juniors and students expecting to complete school by June 2020 to spend 8 weeks this summer– June 10, 2019–August 2, 2019 – learning the art and science of being a

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College Juniors and Seniors: Earn $4,000 and help Elect Democrats

We are recruiting college juniors and students expecting to complete school by June 2020 to spend 8 weeks this summer – June 10, 2019–August 2, 2019 – learning the art and science of being a field organizer in a presidential election. Corps members can earn $4,000 gaining valuable career skills in leadership, project management and communication while

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Charlotte County’s youth are getting political

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

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