Happy New Year! Now what?

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but lost the Electoral College. Gerrymandering, hate, and cries of “all politicians are the same” have left us facing a government entirely run by the GOP with Donald Trump at the lead.

Don’t think it’s hopeless. There is still plenty we can do as individuals and, more importantly, so much we can accomplish by working together.

Remember how the Tea Party spent all of 2009 and 2010 mobilizing against our Democratic goals and Progressive platform while we had full control? We can do the same thing.

To start, you can sign up to our mailing list, so you can receive notifications of our meetings and events. You don’t have to be a member to be a part of the movement. When you decide to join, you can do so in person at our meetings or online at wisdems.org.

Remember what Margaret Mead said – “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

Real change starts with you!

Election Season Is Gearing Up!

We’ve been doing our duty staying neutral during the Presidential Primary. While we haven’t posted anything since fall, that’s about to change.

The past few months have kept us very busy. Some of us worked on Election and primary days at your local polling place. Then we set up and ran our own county caucus in April. Between all of that, we’ve been recruiting and working with candidates.

Monday was the last day our federal, state, and local candidates could file their nomination papers. We are fortunate to have so many great candidates running for office this year that we are excited.

From now until November we will be helping out these candidates and sharing opportunities for you to join us and them as they strive toward a win on Election day.

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Join us and our Democratic candidates in creating a Progressive future for Wisconsin and the nation.

2015 Annual Meeting

The Clark County Democratic Party Annual Meeting takes place at the end of every year. At this meeting, we elect officers to serve for the next year, reflect on what we’ve accomplished and start planning for the next year. In order to vote at our annual meeting, you need to be a dues-paying member. Our meetings are open to the public, so even if you haven’t paid any dues, you can still be a part of the discussion.

  • Saturday, December 5th, 8:30 am
  • Nutz Deep II
  • 103 E. Clark Street, Spencer
  • A full breakfast menu is available

We have a jam-packed Presidential Election Year ahead of us. Join us. Share your thoughts. And discover how you can make a difference.