We stand together.
We stand together for equality and to ensure basic human rights for us all.
We stand together to unite a nation divided by wealth inequality & greed.
We stand together to protect our planet and the land, air, and water that sustain us.
We stand together to fight corruption and return power to the people.
The Brevard County Democratic Executive Committee (DEC) is dedicated to expanding the Democratic electorate and electing Democratic candidates in Brevard County, Florida. We bring our community together to stand up for Democratic ideals of social, racial, economic, and environmental justice.
As the county arm of the Florida Democratic Party, we oversee all Democratic Party activities in Brevard County.
The DEC is an elected body comprised of members, called Precinct Committee(wo)men, who act as neighborhood organizers to register voters and increase voter turnout and engagement in their precincts.
There are 170 voting precincts in Brevard County. Each Precinct has two DEC members, a Precinct Committeewoman and a Precinct Committeeman. Precincts with over 1000 Democratic voters may have an additional pair.
There are currently vacancies in precincts across Brevard, and we'd love you to join us! Go to brevarddems.org/join for more information.
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By Jack Downs On a recent Saturday, I pull up at a house in a well-kept neighborhood on a rainy evening. The line of cars on both sides of the street says quite a gathering is in progress. Inside, I am greeted in the foyer by Ella and Tom at a registration table, and issued Read more about I Went to a Garden Party….[…]
The 2017 Brevard County municipal elections are in the bag, and Democrats fared surprisingly well. We supported three men and three women in local elections, and three of them were successful. We now want to visit with several of the men and women behinds the scenes in the Democratic effort to elect candidates who share Read more about It was a Great Win! So What did it Take?[…]
Brevard County Commission Should Stay Focused on Local Issues Melbourne, FL, July 10, 2017 The Brevard County Commission meets next Tuesday 7/11/2017 and according to their agenda, Commissioner Tobias will be presenting a resolution “Requesting the United States Congress to Refrain from Extending Statehood to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (District 3).” The Brevard County Read more about Brevard County Democrats Oppose Tobia’s Resolution on Puerto Rican Statehood[…]
Melbourne, FL, 3/20/17 – The Brevard County Democratic Executive Committee (DEC) has unanimously passed a resolution opposing the detention and deportation of immigrants who are not violent criminals, in order to protect the safety and welfare of all children. According to the Migration Policy Institute, 33% of America’s over 11 million undocumented immigrants reside with Read more about Brevard Democrats Oppose Separation of Immigrant and Refugee Families[…]
Melbourne, FL, 3/20/17 – The Brevard County Democratic Executive Committee (DEC) has unanimously passed a resolution opposing construction of the Sabal Trail pipeline, a five hundred and sixteen mile, three-foot-wide pipeline through twelve Florida counties that is anticipated to carry up to one billion cubic feet of natural gas per day. Six county DECs have Read more about Brevard Democrats Unanimously Pass Resolution Opposing Sabal Trail Pipeline[…]
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Wall Street Journal: Bernie Sanders Loyalists Are Taking Over the Democratic Party One County Office at a Time
According to the Wall Street Journal, “In Washington, Democrats are grappling with what it means to be a minority party in the age of Donald Trump. In the rest of the country, populist followers of Sen. Bernie Sanders are mounting a sustained effort to answer the question from the bottom up… In Florida’s Brevard County, Read more about Wall Street Journal: Bernie Sanders Loyalists Are Taking Over the Democratic Party One County Office at a Time[…]
According to the Florida Today: “The new officers of the Democratic Party in Brevard County have entered the battle over who will lead the party in Florida. Satellite Beach resident Stacey Patel, who was elected Dec. 7 as Brevard County Democratic Executive Committee chair, is challenging the process under which Stephen Bittel, a prominent party fundraiser Read more about Florida Today: Local Democrats Enter Battle on Who Leads Party in Florida[…]
According to Florida Today, “Bernie Sanders supporters have taken over the leadership of the Brevard County Democratic Executive Committee, pledging to work to turn the county’s political landscape from red to blue. The new party chair is Stacey Patel of Satellite Beach, who trounced two opponents in committee elections this week. Patel was an elected Sanders delegate to Read more about Florida Today: Sanders Coalition Takes Over Brevard Democratic Leadership[…]