WELCOME TO OUR CLUB

The North Pinellas County Democratic Club is a progressive, grassroots, Democratic club open to all Democrats in Pinellas County.

Our goals support the local, state, and national Democratic organizations. We foster active participation among our membership to:

  • Support and elect Democrats to national, state, and local office
  • Identify, train, and mentor potential candidates for public office
  • Organize and train people to perform campaign support
  • Register voters
  • Get involved with local issues that serve the needs of our community
  • Engage with other Democratic and progressive organizations

Our club continues to grow as we seek to restore our key Democratic values into elected offices.

If you want to be part of this growth, please join us. We meet on the third Tuesday of each month

from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Foundation for Scottish Arts, 1134 N Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL, 34698.

Our Board

Kim Nymeyer

Kim Nymeyer

President
Bill Norsworthy

Bill Norsworthy

Vice President
Kate Baker

Kate Baker

Secretary
Stacie Sheftel

Stacie Sheftel

Treasurer
Mark W. Brandt

Mark W. Brandt

Board of Directors

Mark Brandt, 71, is a retired attorney. He has lived in Dunedin since 1958. He and his wife have been married 45 years. and have 2 sons, both self supporting.

Dawn Burke

Dawn Burke

Board of Directors
Melissa Gallivan

Melissa Gallivan

Board of Directors
Paul Ford

Paul Ford

Board of Directors

Paul Ford is a life long Democrat, the son of life long Democrats and the proud father of two Democratic sons. During a career as director of corporate procurement he has traveled all over the country as well as the world and truly appreciates the strength of diversity to allow everyone to contribute. Having lived in Palm Harbor for 18 years he is very familiar with the issues facing North Pinellas County residents and looks forward to making America Democratic again.

Diane Lebedeff

Diane Lebedeff

Board of Directors

Diane Lebedeff graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1961, in a class of 400 with only 14 women. Moving to New York City, she spent six years as general counsel to the New York City Department of Rent and Housing Maintenance, dealing with existing housing and rent regulation issues -- and lasting through the Lindsay, Beame and Koch administrations. In 1980, she was appointed to a judgeship and then was elected to the Manhattan bench three times -- spending a total of 31 years as a judge from 1980 to 2011.

Karen Miracle

Karen Miracle

Board of Directors
Karen Mullins

Karen Mullins

Board of Directors

Karen has been a resident of Dunedin for nearly 40 years. She is a graduate of Dunedin High and the former St. Petersburg Junior College with a Legal Assisting degree.

Karen is an active volunteer in her community. In the past, she has volunteered as a coach for Dunedin American Little and took on the League’s newsletter. She was a board member of the Pinellas County Council of PTA’s. And she is a former president of the Dunedin Garden Club.

Her recent volunteer activities include: Pinellas County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Advisory Council, City of Dunedin Stormwater Advisory Committee, Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization, now known as Forward Pinellas Citizen Advisory Committee Vice Chair. Tampa Bay Regional Transportation Authority Citizen Advisory Committee member and a Pinellas County Health Facilities Advisory Board member.

Karen and her husband, Ed, live with their quirky dog, Dixie.