Democratic Party of Lee County (FL)

Democratic Party of Lee County (FL) ("DPLC") is the Democratic Party local presence in Lee County.

The DPLC is one of 67 county organizations in the Florida Democratic Party (FDP) and the FDP is one of 50 state organizations in the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

The DPLC Democratic Executive Committee (DEC) holds regular meetings to decide on the direction of the organization. The DEC is composed of the elected precinct committeemen and committeewomen in the county. The terms "precinct committeeman" and "precinct committeewoman" are the words used in the Florida statutes. While they may seem paternalistic and gender-divisive, and are probably a throw-back to times when women were demanding political equality, such protectionism may regain importance soon as the GOP continues it's Trump-oriented far-reaching racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, and erratic ways.*

As precinct leaders, we work our precinct. We get to know our neighbors and the neighborhood. We are the ultimate in "grassroots politics" (aka: Voters).

When a Democratic Precinct Committeeman or Committeewoman calls or knocks on your door, please be kind. After all, we're neighbors - breathing the same air, boating in the same water, enjoying the same sun on our beaches, and rising and falling with the same economics of tourism, real estate and health care.

* An extreme look at Trump-orientation: Global Policy Journal (April, 2018), "A Complete Disaster": Noam Chomsky on Trump and the Future of US Politics
Working towards 50 years of Trump-orientation: Southern Poverty Law Center (November, 2016), The Trump Effect: The Impact of The 2016 Presidential Election on Our Nation's Schools

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