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People’s Party (FL) Sues the State of Florida Election Division for change in Fla. Stat. sec. 99.021, Form of Candidate Oath

Tampa, FL June 3, 2022 – The Executive Committee of the Florida People’s Party via legal counsel, filed suit today claiming and the resulting change in Florida §99.021, violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution for both candidates and voters alike. The Qualifying Information on the Florida Division of Elections website reads as follows:

ATTENTION: Recent law (s. 11 of Chapter 2021-11, Laws of Florida) requires a person seeking nomination as a candidate of a political party to be a member of that political party for the 365 days BEFORE the beginning of the applicable qualifying period. Additionally, the law requires a person seeking to qualify for office as a candidate with no party affiliation to not be a member of any political party for the 365 days BEFORE the beginning of the applicable qualifying period.”

In the complaint, the People’s Party states that the Florida legislature’s decision to burden ballot access to the People’s Party and its candidates and voters is a partisan act taken to protect or insulate major party candidates, which is unconstitutional as explained by the United States Supreme Court as follows:

“Our U.S. Supreme Court has observed that interest in political stability ‘does not permit a State to completely insulate the two-party system from minor parties’ or independent candidates’ competition and influence.”

The Florida People’s Party seeks remedy by the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida to validate the unconstitutionality of the current statute and allow People’s Party candidates to appear on the November 8th, 2022, ballot; including, but not limited to, Elise Mysels, (People’s Party (FL) Secretary/Treasurer) to seek election as Pasco County Commissioner – District 2.

We will keep you abreast as the case unfolds. In the meantime, the Florida People’s Party is trying to raise funds to cover their legal expenses HERE.

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Welcome, to the Florida People's Party state party website currently under construction. The party is in its infancy. It became official with the State of Florida on September 1, 2021.


Joining the party is just a matter of selecting People's Party (PEO) as your party of choice when you REGISTER TO VOTE OR CHANGE YOUR PARTY AFFILIATION in Florida.

Follow the link provided to be redirected to the Florida Online Voter Registration System or download the paper form within that communication to fill out and return to you local Supervisor of Elections Office.


Most statewide meetings are held virtually. Please find our most current schedule of meetings listed below. Follow the link(s) provided to RSVP to attend webinars, meetings or actions. People's Party Electors meeting notifications and their links are typically sent via mass email in addition to posting below; however if you did not use the link above to register to vote as People's Party (FL) affiliated, we may not have you on our email list. Contact with meeting inquires.


Typically statewide meetings are held on Wednesdays at 8PM ET, with some meetings regularly scheduled. Use the links below to RSVP to attend a meeting.

  • 1st Wednesday of each month – State Organizing Committee (SOC): Volunteer Members in Action, Creative Arts, Finance, Media, Organizing, Political Outreach, Tech Data, and Warm Data committees.
  • 3rd Wednesday of each month - State Leadership Committee (SLC): Volunteer Members in Leadership and Standing Committees: Credentials, Elections, Platform and Rules.
  • Last Wednesday of each Quarter - State Executive Committee (SEC): Volunteer Members in Officer/Chaired and/or Director positions.
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06/15/22 - 8:00 pm ET - FL SLC Monthly Meeting. State Leaders Meeting. This is a CLOSED meeting of Volunteer Members who have signed up to lead a Hub, Committee or County. The purpose to is coordinate initiatives throughout the state. Guests and People's Party electors are invited to observe. 05/18/22 Minutes.

Standing Committees (as required by our By-laws and SEC) meet as part of our State Leaders Committee: If you would like to join a standing committee you must: Register as a Volunteer at National, Affiliate with People's Party (FL),

Submit a Volunteer Member Application for approval, and attend 3-consecutive meetings of the SLC prior to being voted in as an Active Volunteer Member. The Standing Committees are: Credentials, Elections, Platform and Rules.

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06/29/22 - 8:00 pm ET - Florida People's Party SEC Meeting - 2nd Qtr

AGENDA: Party position and strategy. This is CLOSED meeting. PEO Electors can join to observe. 03/30/22 Meeting Minutes.

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07/06/22 - 8:00 pm ET - Monthly (1st Wednesday) - State Organizing Committees Meeting - This is a CLOSED meeting, but newcomers are invited to join us as we review the needs of the Florida People's Party and coordinate our initiatives amongst team members. 06/01/22 Minutes.


If you would like to learn more about the People's Party visit the National Website . There you can register as a volunteer.

Volunteer Members are encouraged to join a hub near them and participate in Organizing Committees at any level; state, hub or county. Standard organizing committees are: Actions, Creative Arts, Finance, Organizing, Political Outreach, Tech Data, and Warm Data. Once you become a volunteer member you will learn more about the mandates of each committee. Can't volunteer? You can still help by making a donation.

Once you registered as a volunteer through the National Website and have AFFILIATED with the Florida People's Party (PEO) via your Florida Voters Registration, you can get even more involved with us. There are numerous ways you can participate. Just complete a quick survey and tell us what areas you find of interest and we'll provide you with more details.


We encourage everyone to help us continue to build, by making a contribution to our state party. We do not accept any corporate funding, nor do the candidates that we run or endorse. Your donation will help us cover operating and advertising expenditures. Even recurring small dollar donations are a big help so that we can rely upon incoming funds. DONATIONS ARE NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR IRS PURPOSES.

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Chair: Victor Nieto; South District At-Large Delegate
Vice-Chair: Carolyn Wolfe North District At-Large Delegate
Secretary/Treasurer: Elise Mysels Central District At-Large Delegate


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