• OUR MISSION

    To provide and support Democratic Party office holders and candidates who are working to promote the interests, values and activities of the Democratic Party and whose districts rest wholly or partially within Washtenaw County.

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  • WCDP ANNUAL DINNER

    OUR SPECIAL GUEST

    The Honorable David Rutledge
    54th District MI House of Rep.

    Dr. Karen Weaver, PhD
    Mayor of Flint

    WHEN:  Saturday, June 18, 2016
    WHERE: Skyline High School, 
           2552 N Maple Rd in Ann Arbor
    TIME:  6:00PM – 9:00PM
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News and Recent Activities

WCDP ANNUAL DINNER

 
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YOUR PERSONAL INVITATION TO THIS YEAR’S WCDP ANNUAL DINNER IS HERE
 
WHEN:  Saturday, June 18, 2016
WHERE: Skyline High School, 2552 N Maple Rd in Ann Arbor
TIME:  6:00PM – 9:00PM
It’s time we come together as dynamic & passionate Democrats in Washtenaw County to ensure we influence outcomes in 2016 up and down our ticket!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR TODAY FOR AN EVENING OF FUN & FRIENDSHIP
 
WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
Judge Deborah Thomas, 3rd District Court, Wayne County
OUR SPECIAL GUEST
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The Honorable
David Rutledge
54th District
Michigan

House of Representatives
OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER
 
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Dr. Karen Weaver, PhD
Mayor of Flint
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Individual:  $75
Seniors (age 65):  $50
Students:  $40
The WCDP is on target to set up multiple offices throughout our county in 2016. Help support this goal with the purchase of your dinner ticket.
 
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We encourage you to share this invitation with your contacts and network.
The Washtenaw County Democratic Party

Delegates Wanted!

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 billwzel@gmail.com or Catherine Daligaa at cdaligga@gmail.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!

 

May General Membership meeting

We are having our May Executive Committee meeting on Saturday, May 7th at 10:30 a.m. followed by the May General Membership meeting at 11:00 a.m. At the Executive Committee meeting we will be discussing the opening of a campaign office in Washtenaw County. The General Membership meeting will feature a 54th State House District Candidate Forum where the Democratic candidates running to fill the seat currently help by Rep. David Rutledge will answer questions and talk about the issues that are important to them. The meeting will be held at the Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center at 4135 Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor. The candidates who will be on the August primary ballot are

  • Anne Brown
  • Lisa Cardenas
  • Bill Krebaum
  • Gregory Peoples
  • Ronnie Peterson
  • Michael White
The forum will be moderated by Tracy Van den Bergh.

Southeast Michigan Chili & Cornbread Cook-off

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The Ann Arbor Democratic Party, Insyght Institute & Center For Leadership present the annual

 Southeast Michigan Chili & Cornbread Cook-off

Sunday, May 1, 2016

5:00 PM  to  8:00 PM

 Hunt Park, 1035 Daniel Street, Ann Arbor, MI

Suggested donation amounts:

$10 in advance, students or seniors.  $15 at the door – kids under 10 are free.

https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/chilicookoff

 Join us during & after the Water Hill Music Festival for great food & live music

 Bring family & friends to meet city council members, county commissioners,
sitting & retired judges, state senators and representatives, congresspeople,
government officials & candidates from across the Great State of Michigan,
cooking experts, & tons of neighbors as they battle and help judge
Southeast Michigan’s best chili, cornbread, and coleslaw recipes.

Enjoy 20 different chili selections, varieties of cornbread, numerous coleslaw entries, good Michigan beer, thirst quenching punch & great music.

To enter, sponsor, volunteer or for more information contact
Leo Cartier  810-444-6679  or email  chilicookoff@annarbordems.org

Printed in house.  Labor donated.  Paid for by The Michigan Chili Cook-off, P.O. Box 7497, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.

54th House District EMU Debate

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