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Miami-Dade Cuban American Democratic Club
Cuban American Democrats
The Miami-Dade Cuban American Democratic Club was founded and chartered by the Miami-Dade Democratic Executive Committee and the Florida Democratic Party in June 2007, being the only officially sanctioned Cuban American Democratic organization in the state of Florida.

The mission of the Miami-Dade Cuban American Democratic Club is to promote active electoral and civic participation among Cuban Americans.

Our organizational objectives are:
  • To promote greater Cuban-American participation in the U.S. political process.
  • Seek to enhance the political opportunities of the Cuban-American community in the local, state and national Democratic Party.
  • Contribute to Cuban-American and non Cuban-American political candidates dedicated to advancing and supporting the principles of the Democratic Party.
  • Solicit support for economic and social policies that will improve the quality of life for Cuban-Americans.
  • Work to educate policy-makers and the public at-large about Cuban-American community views and perspectives on issues related to U.S-Cuba relations.
  • Train and give networking assistance to political candidates and young leaders.
  • Organize Cuban-American grassroots movements and builds coalitions. Provide recommendations to U.S. foreign policy making institutions and individuals concerning U.S. relations with Cuba.

The Miami-Dade Cuban American Democratic Club was a co-host of the Democratic radio show "Democracia Al Dia" with the Miami-Dade Democratic Hispanic Caucus during 2007-2009. We have also actively participated in Hispanic radio and TV programs, representing the Democratic philosophy and our Club's objectives since our creation.

Our members participated and volunteered in campaigns, making thousands of phone calls, door to door canvassing, fundraising, and other campaign activities for our local, state and national Democratic candidates in Miami-Dade.