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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.
If you haven't visited one of our groups or attended an event, see the list at the bottom of this message. Want to help us with a donation? We welcome any level of involvement in Turning Greene County Blue... (continue reading here)
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Aug 7 at 5:30 pm. Join the committee planning the September Greene County Democrats picnic. The first planning meeting will be Thursday, At Democratic Headquarters, 1764 S. Fremont. E-mail Lanae Gillespie to tell her you want to be part of the committee: email@example.com.
Aug 12. Senior Democrats of the Ozarks
Donna Walmsley, Springfield Chapter Leader of Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, will be the guest speaker. 2 pm at the Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell. Please join us for this very important program.
Aug 13. Democratic Alliance
Voter Registration is the topic, with a general overview; then Marla Marantz will demonstrate the famous "Marla Method" of expanding the Democratic voter base. We'll also hear campaign updates from our candidates. 6 pm for food and socializing;meeting starts at 7 pm. Prima's Mexican Grill, 2101 W. Chesterfield Blvd.
Aug 19. Christian County Democratic Club
6 pm meeting at the home of Anita and Bills Jones in rural Nixa. Potluck dinner with the Joneses providing burgers and brats. For info, call Anita at 725-1856 or Polly at 725-1539.
Nine Democratic election judges are needed for the August 5 primary, which also includes votes on five proposed Missouri constitutional amendments.
Six judges are needed in Springfield, two in Republic and one in Rogersville. If you are willing to be an election judge, or if you're willing to be a backup judge if an assigned judge cancels, contact Madison McFarland at the County Clerk's office. Her direct line is 417-829-6295.
Locations where judges are needed:
1. Knights of Columbus Hall on West Scenic.
2. Immanuel Baptist Church on W Nichols.
3. The Venues on E Battlefield.
4. Brentwood Library on S Brentwood.
5. Republic Fire Station #2 on E Sawyer in Republic.
6. Grace Chapel Church on Plainview.
7. R-3 Middle School on E Hines in Republic.
8. The Summit Church on State Highway 125 (on eastside of Springfield).
9. Rogersville Middle School on Farm Road 174 in Rogersville.
Training is scheduled by precincts. Judges attend one session at 1 pm between July 28 and August 1.
STUDY THE FIVE AMENDMENTS TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION, MAKE UP YOUR MIND AND BE SURE TO VOTE!
Sample ballots can be read here: http://www.greenecountymo.org
News-Leader discussion of three of the proposed constitutional amendments: http://www.news-leader.com/story/opinion/editorials/2014/07/22/voice-consider-ballot-issues/13015221/
Link to opposing views on "Right to Farm" amendment: http://www.news leader.com/search/right%20to%20farm/
Please consider making a gift of financial support to the Greene County Democrats. Your donation can be mailed to or dropped off at 1764 S Fremont, or you can give online at Act Blue - the online Democratic giving center, click here ACTBlue Giving Link
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.
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