Democratic Women’s Club of Sarasota County

We are Democrats working to protect & promote equality. We are a chapter of the Democratic Women’s Club Florida and the National Federation of Democratic Women.

16

Democratic Women
in the US Senate

87

Democratic Women
in the US House

9

Democratic Women
in the FL Senate

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Democratic Women
in the FL House

Upcoming Events

We meet on the second Tuesday of each month.  Meetings feature speakers on a variety of topics and usually include the introduction of a local candidate or presentation by a leader of the Sarasota Democratic Party.

During the Even numbered months, we meet at 5:30; these meetings are free and open to all.

During the odd numbered months, we meet at 11:30 for a luncheon; these meetings are by reservation only at a local venue.

We host candidate forums and events to raise money for candidates throughout the year.

CANCELLED – DWCSC Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Luncheon at Marina Jacks
2 Marina Plaza
Sarasota, FL 34236

Join us at our Democratic Women’s Club Luncheon at Marina Jack on Tuesday, September 13th from 11:30 – 1 pm. Our guest speaker is MICHELE RAYNER, FL House District 70 who is running for re-election.

After you sign up, please open your email confirmation, to make your payment for the Luncheon.

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About the Democratic Womens Club of Florida

The Democratic Womens Club of Sarasota is our local chapter of the statewide caucus, which officially began in 1956.  The organizational meeting for a state club took place at the Princess Martha Hotel in St. Petersburg on May 24, 1956, which was the day chosen by Eleanor Roosevelt as Democratic Women’s Day. We received our charter as a corporation in 1972. In 1980 we joined the National Federation of Democratic Women after attending the two previous conventions. From that small beginning in 1956, under the leadership of its first President, Mrs. James Haley of Bradenton, The Democratic Women’s Club of Florida, Inc. now consists of thirteen regions, representing over 50 clubs.

The spirit of volunteerism is just as alive today as it was in 1956. Members and guests are trained in leadership and campaign skills through a variety of curricula offerings. Members help to recruit women to run for political office and manage campaigns. The Legislative Committee serves as the hub of activities during the Legislative Session as members monitor and lobby for or against legislation that has a dramatic impact on the lives of the citizens of Florida and particularly the women of Florida. Our goal is Equal Representation from the Court House to the White House and no less!

Our Goals

Register Voters

Increase Participation

Collaborate with Partners

Support Candidates

Raise Awareness