Greene County Democratic Central Committee has a new logo:
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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Democratic Headquarters will be open Monday through Friday. Monday, Tuesday and Friday the hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday the hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Buttons and bumper stickers are now available. If you need to contact someone when the office is closed, call 417-886-8980 and leave a message or send us an email at email@example.com.
As Democrats start coming onto the field, we need to make sure that we are prepared to back them every step of the way. Please consider becoming a sustaining member of the Greene County Democratic Party. We will be building up in the weeks and months to come for 2016 and we will not be able to do it without support from activists like you.
Can you support our efforts with a monthly contribution of $16? $16 for 2016! Click HERE to become a sustainer, today!
Attend the Hillary for Missouri Grassroots Organizing Meeting on WEDNESDAY, May. 20 7-8:30 pm. at the Old Glass Place, 521 E. St. Louis St., Springfield.
The first campaign event of the 2016 election cycle! Please consider attending, even if Hillary isn’t your candidate. There will be a lot of great info and discussion that will make us a better field program for any Democratic Nominee.
Additionally, there will be a free "Hillary '16" bumper sticker for the first 100 people to show up and register.
Thursday, May 21 - GCDCC - regular monthly meeting at Greene County Election Center, 1126 N Booneville.
5:30PM Executive Committee; 6:30PM Central Committee
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
Mike Schilling is running for the Zone 3 seat on the Springfield City Council.
Mike is a Democrat who served eight years in the Missouri House of Representatives from Springfield's 136th district. If anyone in Zone 3 wants a yard sign when the time comes, or wants to help out with the campaign in other ways, call Mike at 862-2262. If you are interested in giving a check, make it out to Schilling for City Council, and send to Schilling for City Council, 1027 S. New Ave., Springfield, Mo. 65807
Len Eagleburger is running for General Seat C on the Springfield City Council.
Len is a long-time member of the Greene County Democratic Central Committee and a frequently published contributor to the Springfield News-Leader editorial section. In a resume Len sent to the Springfield News-Leader, he wrote that his objective is "to help make Springfield a better city to live in and help create a better future for our children and grandchildren and future generations." Eagleburger is currently a member of the Springfield Landmarks Board. He said he retired in 2000 after 33 years in the local movie industry, including both management and union projectionist experience. People may contact Len at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is on Facebook at "Len Eagleburger for City Council" (Len-Eagleburger-for-Springfield-City-Council). If you would like to help Len with a one-time post-card mailing to registered voters in Springfield before the election, make out a check to Eagleburger for City Council and send it to Eagleburger for City Council, 923 S. Missouri Ave., Springfield, MO 65806.
Join Senior Democrats, the Democratic Alliance, the Greene County Democratic Central Committee, the Springfield News-Leader editorial board and One Springfield in opposing the repeal of expanded equal rights protections in Springfield's nondiscrimination ordinance.
Before the City Council voted to pass the ordinance, the editorial board of the Springfield News-Leader called for its passage: "...Even today, members of our community, many who have lived in Springfield their entire lives, can be denied housing, employment or public accommodations based on nothing more than their sexual orientation or gender identity.
"The expectation of having the same basic rights as others is central to our notion of freedom, and we see no rational or legal basis to deny anyone their rights based on these things.
"In passing this bill, Springfield can be known as a community that stands together to protect its own: Our family, our friends, our neighbors, our co-workers...."
Following are ways to volunteer for the OneSpringfield campaign (https://www.facebook.com/OneSpringfield)
Save the Date for Jackson Day, April 10 and 11, 2015.
Jackson Day this year will be at the Oasis Convention Center. Put the date on your calendar for a fun-packed weekend! If you'd like to help on the Jackson Day Committee, the next meeting is February 5th at 6 p.m. at Democratic Headquarters. Call 417-886-8980 with any questions.
We are also beginning to collect items for the Jackson Day Auction. Popular items are political memorabilia or political books, gift certificates to a favorite restaurant or store, working electronics or jewelry. Please bring any thing you'd like to donate by the office.
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.