Tuesday, October 11, 2016
5:30 to 7:00pm
At the Corner Brewery
720 Norris Street, Ypsilanti, Mi 48198
Suggested Contribution: $50, $100 or $250
Join us at a reception for
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell
With Special Guests
Congressman Dan Kildee
Former Democratic State Senate Leader and current
Ingham Co. Prosecutor Gretchen Whitmer
Thursday, September 15, 2016
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
2015 Washtenaw Ave. • Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Governor Snyder’s term ends in two years. Who will be our next Governor?
On Thursday September 15th, you have the opportunity to hear first hand and meet the two leading potential Democratic candidates. According to Inside Michigan Politics, polling data show that the former state senate majority leader Gretchen Whitmer and Congressman Dan Kildee have the inside track to the Democratic Party nomination for Governor in 2018. That might sound like a long time away, however it really isn’t as it is likely that the race for Governor will officially start in just a couple months.
Join the co-host committee 6-8pm at University Bank, 2015 Washtenaw Avenue on Thursday September 15th. For the $25 price of admission, you will meet and hear from both Gretchen Whitmer and Congressman Dan Kildee. It’s actually a fundraiser for Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, who will also speak and be available to speak with you one on one, however for $25 you will also receive free dinner and drinks and tours of University Bank’s historic Mansion. Other members of the co-host committee are:
Stephen Lange Ranzini & Lisa Ranzini
State Representative Jeff Irwin
State Representative Adam Zemke
State Representative Dave Rutledge
State Representative & Congressional Candidate Gretchen Driskell
County Commissioner & State Representative Candidate Ronnie Peterson
Ann Arbor School Board Member & Candidate for State Representative Donna Lasinski
Former State Representative Kirk Profit
This is the first time that either Gretchen Whitmer or Congressman Dan Kildee have spoken publicly in Washtenaw County. This is probably the only opportunity you’ll have to compare them side by side and talk to them one on one before the 2018 Governor’s race starts.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend, so we can plan our food and drink order accordingly. This is a major organizing opportunity for the party so please get the word out and bring as many friends as you can!
RSVP online at https://act.myngp.com/Forms/5059513805885669376
or via email at email@example.com
Authorized by Debbie Dingell for Congress
The Washtenaw County Democratic Party (WCDP) is looking for a few good delegates. This is an elected position that helps organize and mobilize Democrats at the precinct level and will elect the County Executive Board after the election. Even though the deadline has passed to be listed on the August 2, 2106 Primary, you may still be a write-in candidate.
To be a precinct delegate, you must be a registered voter in the precinct you live in. You can then register no later than 4PM on July 29th with your City or Township Clerk (NOT the County Clerk) by downloading and printing the write-in candidate form at http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Dec-Int-Write-In_94360_7.pdf Read it carefully and fill it out but don’t sign it until you can find a notatary public to witness your signature. (Usually your local clerk’s office will have a notary).
Once you have filled the form in, signed it and had it notarized, submit it to your local clerk. On election day you and your friends can vote for you as a write-in candidate using the exact name you put on the form. In other words if you wrote Jane Elizabeth Doe on the write-in application, you or anyone else would have to write Jane Elizabeth Doe for the vote to count, Jane Doe would not work.
For any questions, please contact Bill Worzel at firstname.lastname@example.org or Catherine Daligaa at email@example.com
Don’t be left out when The Donald comes to town! Help send him back where he came from and while we’re at it, let’s take back Lansing!
The Ann Arbor Democratic Party, Insyght Institute & Center for Leadership present the Annual Chili, Cornbread, and Coleslaw Cook-off, Sunday, May 1, 2016, 5-8pm.
Join us during & after the Water Hill Music Festival for great food and music at Hunt Park, 1035 Daniel Street, Ann Arbor, MI (near the corner of Sunset Rd).
Buy tickets securely online NOW! https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/chilicookoff
$10 individual in advance
$10 for students & senior citizens
$15 at the door for all.
Bring family & friends along and join Ann Arbor city council members, Washtenaw county commissioners, sitting & retired judges, other government officials, cooking experts, & tons of Dems as they battle and help judge Ann Arbor’s best chili, cornbread, and coleslaw recipes.
Enjoy about 15 different chili selections, varieties of cornbread, numerous coleslaw entries and a beer or thirst-quenching punch, voting privileges, & great music.
Press/Media: Contact Travis Radina 989-274-4433.
Sponsorship Opportunities: Contact Leo Cartier 810-444-6679 or Leocartierjr@gmail.com
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:
RSVP for the march at tinyurl.com/michigan-climate-march.