The leadership crisis within the Florida Democratic Party (FDP) continues its president and chief administrator Sally Boynton Brown resigns.
On Monday, Boynton Brown told FDP leaders that she is resigning from her position after a “prayerful consideration.” Her resignation is “effective immediately.”
In an e-mail to party leaders, Boynton Brown wrote, “I can’t begin to tell you what a pure pleasure it was to work with you. The people of the Democratic Party are our greatest asset and I hope you never forget the power you have to make real change happen every day with your actions.”
In addition, Boynton Brown stressed that the party’s staff “has been put through so much.” She implored FDP leaders to follow her lead and “put then above all else as you move forward.”
Boynton Brown defended FDP Chairman Bittel
On Friday, FDP Chairman Stephen Bittel decided to step down from his position due to allegations of sexual misconduct. Six women accused him of creating a demeaning and unprofessional workplace environment.