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US Congress declares APRIL FIRST to be President Donald J. Trump Day!

Posted APRIL 1, 2020:
Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi, along with
Sen. Chuck Schumer, Senate Minority Leader, made the joint announcement today
from the steps of the U.S. Capital in Washington, DC.
"It is time that Congress and the American people give this president the full measure of credit for all that is has done to the American people. We are supported by the knowledge that leaders from countries all around the globe
— both friend and foe — are in complete agreement with this recognition.
"As we work to contain the damge done by the curent administration to people everywhere, we couldn't find a better day to bestow this recognition on President Trump."

Don't forget to vote for these outstanding candidates in your local election on April 7th!

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Apr 3 - Learn how to zoom!

Mar. 26 - Coronavirus Stimulus Details Announced

Apr 2 - Asymptomatic People Can Pass Virus

We're holding our meetings on ZOOM.US during the COVID-19 crisis

Below you will find each Polk County Democratic Club & Caucus has its own individual unique ZOOM Meeting Link.

Club & Caucus Presidents will receive a direct email with their respective club or caucus meeting link info. 

Also, Standing Committee Chairs, if you feel the need to have your next committee meeting via ZOOM, please contact Scott Goodrich, DEC Secretary, with a 48-hour notice in advance, requesting a unique meeting link for your committee. 

Here is a link to a Youtube tutorial, on how to use ZOOM:

Please direct questions to Kathie Sutherland, DEC Chair, or Scott Goodrich.

Cypress Lakes Democratic Club
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833   
Meeting ID: 779-706-913
(Meeting Every 3rd Monday of each month at 7 PM)    

Lake Ashton Democratic Club
Zoom Link:

Join By Phone: 1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 790-405-735
(Meeting Every 1st Thursday of each month at 4 PM.)

Lake Wales Area Democratic Club
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID:  863-521-049
(Meeting Every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 PM)  

NE Polk Democratic Club
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833 
Meeting ID: 279-807-678
(Meeting Every 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM)  

Polk County Progressive Democratic Caucus
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone: 1-669-900-6833  
Meeting ID: 902-992-657
(Meeting Every 3rd Sunday of each month at 1 PM)   

Rainbow Ridge LGBTA Caucus
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833  
Meeting ID: 458-876-414
(Meeting Every 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 PM)   

Solivita Democratic Club
Zoom Link:  
Join By Phone: 1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 431-150-933
(Meeting Every 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7 PM)

Polk County Young Dems
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833  
Meeting ID: 191-426-084
(Meeting Every 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 PM)    

Women's Club of Lakeland
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 409-594-546
(Meeting Every 4th Monday of each month at 7 PM)    

Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Polk County
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833 
Meeting ID: 146-318-493
(Meeting Every 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM)    

Greater Winter Haven Democratic Club
Zoom Link:
Join By Phone:1-669-900-6833  
Meeting ID: 284-465-114
(Meeting Every 4th Tuesday of each month at 7 PM)  

Coronavirus COVID-19 precautions to take

Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance
What the Next 18 Months Can Look Like, if Leaders Buy Us Time

As your Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, your safety is my greatest concern. With new cases of the coronavirus COVID-19 announced daily in Florida, my department is working to reduce the risk of its spread by making sure places that millions of Floridians visit daily -- like grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations -- are following best sanitation and food safety practices.

Our department is working with businesses to ensure that they are sanitizing shopping carts and basket handles, offering sanitizing supplies to customers, and that food stores are following food safety guidelines.

Everything counts when it comes to limiting the spread of viruses.

Watch how it speads, click here.

Studies have shown that human coronaviruses can live on surfaces like plastic, glass, or metal for up to nine days. Here are some things you can do as consumers to protect yourselves and others.

• Wipe down surfaces with disinfecting wipes at the gas pump, in the gym, at the coffee shop, or any public place. Don’t reuse the wipe.

• Apply hand sanitizer to your hands after pumping gas or wash hands for at least 20 seconds or more with soap. Wash your hands often -- before preparing food, after coughing or touching a pet -- for at least 20 seconds with soap. Use disposable products to dry your hands or wash reusable cloths at 140 degrees Fahrenheit after each use.

• Wash your hands even when wearing gloves. Germs can spread to hands when removing gloves.

• Disinfect and dry commonly-used surfaces like countertops and cutting boards, because dampness can help viruses survive and thrive.

If you have questions about the public health impacts of COVID-19, please call the Florida Department of Health's 24/7 COVID-19 Call Center at 1 866 779 6121
or email

We’re continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely, and being proactive in protecting consumers and businesses.

Thank you,

Nikki Fired,
FL Ag Commissioner

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Announcing our new, additional office at

711 East Main Street, Haines City, FL 33844

(863) 668-7199

Polk County DEC Chair:
Kathie Sutherland

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Florida Department of Health Updates New COVID-19 Cases

By Joint Information Center on COVID-19
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Trump mulls relaxing restrictions - God help us!

By Apple News From
President Trump is questioning whether to relax social distancing orders to protect the economy, even as health officials warned that any push to loosen the new limits could result in a surge of infections. The number of U.S. deaths topped 100 in a single day for the first time. THE NEW YORK TIMES
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Polk County Democrats Announce new digital media program

We have been working diligently on our new
Digital Dem Drivers program as we FOCUS 2020.

Click this link: 
to view the application for those who wish to join our DDD campaign.

Digital tool kits will be sent at the beginning of each month. If you fill out the application after the tool kit has already been blasted for the current month, your tool kit information will be included in your welcome email.
We welcome everyone's input. Politics is not a spectator sport; you have to get into the game!
Thank you,
Taylor Aguilera,

New website and online community announced to help us beat Trump here in Florida!

Check out this new Website!

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