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News & Updates

WCDP 2020 Summer Call to Convention

Downloads: Call to Convention (.pdf) | 2020 Resolution Form (.docx) The Washtenaw County Democratic Party Convention will convene virtually via Zoom on Saturday, August 15th at 10 a.m. Registration will begin online (link forthcoming) and continue until 9:30 a.m. the...

Ypsi Can I Share? Launches New Voter Resource Website

Ypsi Can I Share, a grassroots advocacy group covering the city of Ypsilanti, and Ypsilanti, Superior, and Pittsfield Townships, has a new Voter Resource website at tinyurl.com/Ypsi-Can-I-Share. Gail Summerhill, community activist (and WCDP volunteer) along with...

Biden Signs and Stickers Available

“Buy one, Give one!” A Washtenaw County Democratic Party Sign Campaign We now have more yard signs! Over the next few weeks, we will be getting various yard signs and buttons.  Today’s arrival is to promote “Biden: President.” For a modest donation of $5, you may get...

Action Items

Allow Absentee Ballot Processing To Begin Before Election Day

Amend State Election Law to Increase Absentee Ballot Efficiency and Integrity:  Michigan Senate Bill SB0757 would amend State Election Law to allow city or township clerks with larger municipalities to pre-process absentee ballots the day before elections, all the...

The MI GOP Wants States to Refuse Federal COVID Aid

 With all the economic, social and healthcare crises affecting our state right now, what do our GOP state legislators feel is urgent business? Making sure that Michigan REFUSES the federal aid that our state government will desperately need to function. Yes, you read...

Share Your Story for Ann Arbor’s A2Zero Initiative

People all over Ann Arbor are making their homes, neighborhoods, and community more sustainable. Share your stories! Ann Arbor’s Office of Sustainability and Innovations is collecting short videos from around town, showing how people are taking steps to advance...