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    Volunteers are needed!!

      We are creating a list for: Phone Banks. Gayla Hendrix- Thursday nights 5 pm-8 pm Hillary Clinton- Friday nights 6pm-8pm Contact Brady Duncan- (615-557-5832) Door to door canvasing. Gayla Hendrix and Hillary Clinton. Contact- Steve Bruns-Revell (615-390-1855) We also need volunteers to staff our election day tent. Contact Steve Bruns-Revell

    Debate watch party

    WATCH PARTY FOR THE DEBATE! Join us Monday night to watch the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at our office at 333 W. Main St. Suite F. The party starts at 7:00 p.m. and the debate starts at 8:00 p.m. Join other Democrats for the first debate between the Democratic candidate and the […]

    Potluck and viewing party.

    Join us this Thursday at 6 p.m for our monthly potluck and a viewing party of the documentary “The Brainwashing Of My Dad”.

    College Dems Meeting Cancelled.

    The meeting set for Wednesday has been cancelled. We will post the rescheduled meeting date soon.

    Our Office Is Open!

    Our office will be open every Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m to 6 p.m, and Saturday from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. We have Hillary yard signs, bumper stickers, and buttons. We also have David Kent for congress yard signs and will be getting Gayla Hendrix signs soon.

    Sumner County Democratic Women’s Meeting.

    The Sumner County Democratic Women will have an informative meeting on Saturday, August 27th at 9:30 am. There will be a breakfast period for everyone to get acquainted. Members are asked to bring a breakfast item. Tennessee State Representative Mike Stewart (District 52) will speak around 10:00 am. He will talk about what needs to […]

    7 Reasons You Need To Vote.

    The United States may be the world’s oldest continuous democracy, but experience does not equal enthusiasm. The U.S. had the fourth-lowest voting rate in its most recent national election among the 34 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation Development — putting it ahead of only Japan, Chile and Switzerland. The 2008 presidential elections boasted […]

    Squarefest (April 30th)

    Come join us this Saturday at Squarefest in Gallatin. The event includes arts and crafts, live entertainment, a kids area and food vendors from throughout mid-south. It begins at 10 am and ends at 5. It is a lot of fun for the whole family! We will have our booth set up so stop by […]

    State and federal primary candidates.

    If you are seeking office for state or federal positions you must have your paperwork turned in by April 7th.

    11 reasons why you need to vote blue this election.

    1. You don’t want a future of economic crashes and bubbles. If you don’t like the mess we’re in now, then we need to elect leaders who are willing to crack down on Wall Street—something Republicans have a lousy track record with. Over the last 30 years, Republicans (along with moderate Democrats) have eliminated key […]

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