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    About DBCF

    The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida was established in 1983, to unite and increase the political power for Black Democrats who went unnoticed. The Caucus is an integral part of the Florida Democratic Party’s infrastructure, which unites talent with opportunity to facilitate voter building through educational forums effecting voter registration drives (EVRD), get out the vote (GOTV), voter action network (VAN), vote by mail (VBM), and support qualified candidates approved by the Black Caucus.
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    The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida believes that the future of our Caucus  depends upon building political entitlements, making social adjustments, enforcing educational advancements and demanding business transactions and settling for nothing less than adequate health care across the board with the removal of the government’s middle man.


    The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida will establish County chapters in all 67 Florida counties. We will build up and reinforce the Florida Democratic Party by working diametrically with local and state Democratic leaders, Democratic Executive Committees, and local Democratic elected officials. We will encourage to engage,  educate to empower, and select to elect members to become leaders in the Florida Democratic Party.


    Our goal is Equal Representation from the Court House to the White House and no less! The Democratic Women Clubs said it best.

    In Addition, We Will: 
    • Strengthen our ties to the FDP, local DEC's, local Democratic leaders, and local elected officials promoting the principles of the Democratic Party on all levels.
    • Generate attention and increase membership through news media; Radio talk shows, newspapers, magazines, and television commercials encouraging disenfranchised voters to vote.
    • Coalesce with the FYD (Florida Young Democrats) to promote the Committee for Fair Elections..
    • Raise funds for the Caucus’ candidates by volunteering to call donors.
    • Invite trained FDP Chairpersons to faciitate winning strategies.
    • Build communication with the southeastern states.