The Michigan Climate March, which marks the conclusion of the UN COP 21 Climate Change Conference, will be held at 2PM on Saturday, December 12th. The march will begin at the Federal Building in downtown Ann Arbor and proceed to the Diag, where there will be several speakers:
- Yousef Rabhi, candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives and currently Commissioner on the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners
- Rev. Gail Geisenhainer, Senior Minister at the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor
- Prof. Ivette Perfecto, from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and the Environment
- Representatives from the University of Michigan student organization “100 by ’50”
RSVP for the march at tinyurl.com/michigan-climate-march.
Train To Win Political Candidate & Campaign Manager Training Nov. 7 & 8th – Note NEW dates & location
Click here to pay $50 and confirm your registration TODAY. This boot camp weekend has been moved to the Washtenaw County Service Center, 2201 Hogback Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
Please join us for our annual Labor Day Picnic! This is chance for us to celebrate the end of the summer and mingle with our fantastic Democratic elected officials and candidates.
We will be BBQing some great food, we will have live music and fun kids games. Feel free to bring a side or dessert item.
To sponsor or to make a $15 suggested donation click here, https://
To sponsor contact Travis Radina 989-274-4433, Alex Yerkey 734-478-1904, or Michael ‘Mike’ Henry 313-559-5558, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information or to volunteer contact Alex Yerkey 734-478-1904.
Monday = 83 to 86 degrees, slight chance of rain — but whatever. D2 and Driskell on the mic. Yup.
Beer? Yup. Arbor Brewing Company — cases and cases.
Awesome music? Yup. DJ Jay Dub and Gwenyth Hayes. Check out this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GRSopQoLOY
Good grub? Yup. Savco Hospitality, Katoi, Ayse’s Cafe, Pita Pita Grill, Haifa Falafel, Ravens Club, Carlyle Grill, the Briggs Family Kitchen and a few more to announce soon. Oh no they didn’t. Oh but yes we did.
Ann Arbor Democratic Party leaders drop the mic. Exit stage left. And the crowd loses their freakin’ minds. Yup. See you there.
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Join us for round two of our City Council candidate Forums, featuring both incumbents and challengers from Wards 3, 4, and 5. This forum will be structured as a roundtable to give candidates time for thoughtful analysis of some of the most important issues facing our community.
Where: Ann Arbor Community Center
625 N. Main Street
Date: Saturday, June 13
Schedule: 9:30 – 10:00 Meet and Greet
10:00 – 12:00 Candidate Forum
Stephen Kunselman (incumbent)
Jack Eaton (incumbent)
Mike Anglin (incumbent)