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Turning Greene County Blue happens one voter at a time.
We are meeting and engaging people in our community who share the values of the Democratic party.
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REMEMBER TO VOTE! Election- April 8th
Apr 4. Friday night's free fun will begin at 5 pm at The Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St, Springfield. Hospitality rooms, a silent auction, booths of political and community organizations, and time to meet and visit with Democratic friends.
Apr 5. Democratic Alliance breakfast at the Tower Club. Secy of State Jason Kander, State Senator Paul LaVota and State Rep. John Wright will be the speakers. 901 E. St. Louis St, 21st Floor.
Apr 5. Banquet keynote speakers will be Congressman Emanuel Cleaver and Gov. Jay Nixon.
Apr 8. 2 pm. Sr. Dems of the Ozarks. Meeting at the Library Center. Allison Glenn Cash of Askinosi Chocolate will speak on the social impact business model and talk about the company's award winning good works.
Apr 9. 6 pm. Democratic Alliance. At Prima's in Chesterfield Village. Springfield School Board member Andy Hosmer will address Common Core State Standards for K-12 education.
Apr 12. 10 am. Women's Democratic Club's Spring Brunch. 309 E Water St. Dr. Steven McIntyre will speak on the Labor Movement in SW MO and the "Right to Work" agenda. RSVP: 417-880-6073.
All Democratic groups welcome visitors events. Feel free to attend, or call our headquarters to ask questions: 417-886-8980. Drop-ins are welcome too. Most days, headquarters is staffed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. by volunteers, and our executive director can be found there as well. We are located near the intersection of Sunshine and Fremont at 1764 S. Fremont Avenue - our parking lot is behind Mr. Smith's auto shop. We look forward to meeting you!
Please take the time to visit the Missouri Health Alliance website to read about the efforts of the Missouri Medicaid Expansion Coalition.
Read the latest from the state Democratic party. Click here for their website.
More Democratic news and opinions at : http://www.showmeprogress.com/
Hosting the Missouri Medicaid Coalition - Medicaid Expansion Phone Banks are scheduled Click here to contact Crystal for more details.
Secretary of State Jason Kander has announced that he has set up a commission examining “the most efficient, fair and secure way to allow eligible Missourians to cast a ballot before Election Day.” Click here for the full article.
What are Legislators in Jefferson City Doing to Missouri Workers? Read about it here.