Collier County’s Karim named to Florida Democratic Party Judicial Council

April 16, 2020 by David Silverberg.

12-19-19 Annisa Karim
Annisa Karim

Annisa Karim, chair of the Collier County Democratic Party has been named to the Florida Democratic Party’s Judicial Council.

“I’m honored to be appointed to the Florida Democratic Party’s Judicial Council and look forward to representing Collier County to the best of my abilities,” stated Karim in a posting to the SWFL Democrat Chat Room.

“The fact is that we have a robust and effective leadership TEAM here in Collier,” she continued. “We have amazing people working very hard and many more volunteer opportunities for folks who want to join the team and work in concert to get our work done. The promise of America is Liberty and Justice for All. As patriots fighting to preserve this promise, we have 200 days to elect Democrats up and down the ballot to get us back on track.”

Karim was the second appointment made by Terrie Rizzo, chair of the Florida Democratic Party.  The first was an appointment to the Path to Power Commission last year.

“When Chairwoman Rizzo was first elected, she developed and implemented a 67-county strategy” Karim told The Paradise Progressive. “She’s effectively communicating with all of the county Democratic parties throughout the state and her appointments reflect the diversity contained within the party.”

According to the Florida Democratic Party bylaws, the Judicial Council, which consists of one representative from each congressional district, is one of the Party’s permanent, standing committees. Its purpose is “to adjudicate disputes arising out of the interpretation or application of the Charter of the Florida Democratic Party, the Bylaws of the Florida Democratic Party, rules or policies of the Florida Democratic Party and its respective county executive committees, or Florida Statutes.”

 Liberty lives in light

© 2020 by David Silverberg


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