Manatee County Democrats made some inroads in 2020 and have big plans for this year. We are continuing our mission of spreading the word on our Democratic values, growing our Party and working towards the 2022 Elections.
The Winter issue of Manatee Matters is here!
- New Manatee Dem officers elected
- County land preservation referendum
- Local winning Democratic candidates
- What worked for Manatee Dems in the 2020 election?
The Manatee County Democratic Party works to promote Democratic issues at the local, state and federal level. We are volunteers who work to increase Democratic voter registration and help Democratic candidates win elections in Manatee County. We fundraise, develop our voting precincts, and support initiatives that further our values.
We actively support diversity; and we are a party that is greatly concerned about students, seniors, health care, the environment, civil rights, labor and main street businesses.
We are a local extension of the Florida Democratic Party and the Democratic National Committee. We consist of volunteers and all interested Democrats, including you! Come to any of our open meetings, share your ideas and make a difference.
The Democratic Executive Committee (DEC) is the business side of the Party. Ideally, it is comprised of one Committeeman and one Committeewoman from each precinct. DEC members should volunteer in a way that suits their interests and time. They often serve as the liaison between the party and the Democratic citizens of their precinct.
Rep Michelle Rayner (District 70)
Rep Will Robinson (District 71)
Rep Tommy Gregory (District 73)
(850) 717-5073 or (941) 708-5660
P.O. Box 1000
Bradenton, FL 34206-1000
Phone: (941) 745-3700
215 Manatee Ave West
Bradenton, FL 34205