Affiliated groups are a source of strength for the Democratic Party, providing continuous opportunities for involvement in political activity all year round, not only at election time. Group activities may include, but are not limited to, social events, educational programs, regular meetings, community outreach, and press conferences.
Learn more about groups affiliated with the Democratic Party by contacting them.
Meets on 2nd Wednesday of each month.
Dinner at 6 p.m., Meeting at 7 p.m.
The purpose of the Democratic Alliance is to advance the goals and purposes of the Democratic Party through social, civic and political activities. Our monthly meetings are an opportunity to meet with other Democrats and talk about upcoming events. In addition, we typically invite a speaker to each meeting to educate us about current issues and organizations.
Contact David Trippe – (417) 865-6333
Democrats for the Ozarks
Meets every third Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Democrats for the Ozarks is geared towards college aged and young professionals (18-36) in Southwest Missouri. The goal is to engage members through social networking, issue awareness and community service. Our meetings are entertaining and fun (in contrast to the sometimes stiff tone of politics). Democrats and Progressives welcome. You can learn more on Twitter, Facebook and by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact James Owen – (417) 496-1924
Franklin D. Roosevelt Women’s Democratic Club
Meets on 2nd Monday of each month
Dinner at 5:30 p.m., Meeting at 6 p.m.
The FDR Women’s Club is the oldest continuing club in Greene County, established in 1933 after the election of Franklin D Roosevelt. The FDR Club is affiliated with the Missouri Federation of Women’s Democratic Clubs, and works to support candidates and further the role of Democratic women (and men) in government.
Contact Peggy Stepp – (417) 883-6727
Senior Democrats of the Ozarks
Meets on 2nd Tuesday of each month
Senior Democrats of the Ozarks was founded in 2003, led by the late Rev. Nelson Parnell. The mission of the Senior Democrats is to further the basic philosophy of the Democratic Party, seek the restoration of sanity, compassion and intelligence in our political leadership, and to assist in the election of candidates who seek office to carry forward that philosophy. They also work for the passage or defeat of certain legislation and encourage discussion of issues of special concern for Seniors. Voting membership is open to anyone 50+.
Contact Jack Hembree – (417) 886-7199