How to Participate



From the Florida Department of State website:


Presidential election November 3, 2020!



Or, the Jefferson County Supervisor of Elections can assist you!  While there are deadlines for each election, YOU CAN REGISTER ANY TIME!  The minimum voting age is 18, but 16 and 17 years olds can register, and will be sent a voter registration card when they turn 18.  If you turned 17 by November 3, 2019, register no later than October 5, 2020!  We recommend you register, file an address change when your address changes, and request an absentee mail ballot.  With that, if for some reason you cannot make it to the polls on election day, you will have already submitted your vote.  If you need more information or assistance, Contact Us.

POLL WATCHERS WANTED: AS A POLL WATCHER FOR THE FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PARTY, YOU'LL RECEIVE TRAINING ON HOW TO ACT AS AN OBSERVER AT A POLLING PLACE on Nov. 3, how to detect any efforts at voter suppression or manipulation, and whom to call to report your observations.  If you may be interested, please email us at, to discuss further.


Attend Democratic Events.  All Democrats are welcome to sit in on the meetings of the Democratic Executive Committee, although only members of the DEC may make or second motions, or vote.  Each precinct is allotted one male and one female representative.  We are seeking Democrats with a willingness to serve.  If you are interested in finding out what this entails, come to and observe the next meeting of the DEC, held 6 to 7 pm on the second Tuesday of each month in the Jefferson County R.J. Bailar Public Library, 375 S. Water St., Monticello.   Next meeting Tuesday, March 10, 2020, 6-7 pm. 


Attend public meetings and participate in electoral activities of the Democratic Party in Jefferson County. 



THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2020, Monticello Opera House, 7 PM.  Doors open 6:30PM

Enjoy grilled hamburgers, cole slaw, beans, chips, tea/water, dessert.  Suggested donation:  $15.00


Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Richard Murgo, Dean of Behavioral, Social Sciences and Education at Tallahassee Community College.  Dr. Murgo will speak on major issues in the presidential election, such as: 


  • Medicare for All

  • Green New Deal & Global Warming

  • Minimum Wage

  • Foreign Policy & Trade

  • Free Tuition at Public Colleges and Universities

  • Incarceration and Justice


This year’s presidential election primary March 17, general election Nov. 3


All profits from the event will be used to support our educational scholarship program for Jefferson County students.  Since inception in 2014, we have divided about $10,000 among 28 local students.  Help us add to it by joining us on March 12 and making a donation.  You can also donate on line at


For more information or to RSVP, please contact


Gladys Roann Watson, DEC Chair


For information about the Scholarship Program,visit our website at

Participate in Community Service.  The Democratic Executive Committee has adopted the following community service effort:


A College Scholarship for a Jefferson County student.  Click the link to the program description and application form below "Community Service" under the logo at the top of the page.  


Donate to support the activities of the Jefferson County Democratic Party. 

Vote for our Democratic candidates at the next opportunity.
In addition to email at, you may contact us by U.S. mail at:
Jefferson County Democratic Party
P.O. Box 1074
Monticello, FL 32345

See the Events Calendar for the next activity in support of the Democratic Party's Community Service efforts.