Alachua County Democratic Black Caucus Not To Be Revoked
GAINESVILLE - A disagreement between members of the same party has taken a different turn.
The Alachua County Democratic Executive Committee asked the State Democratic Party to revoke the charter of the Alachua County Democratic Black Caucus after members of the Black Caucus showed their support towards Republican candidate Ed Braddy during the mayoral race.
This morning during a hearing in Jacksonville, the Florida Democratic Party Judiciary Committee decided not to revoke the black caucus charter and instead the DEC and Black Caucus must sit down by January first to come up with a joint solution.
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