In the aftermath of the horrific events that occurred recently in Charlottesville Virginia, there has been a veritable landslide of responses, ranging from caring, compassionate people…to those whom I don’t understand how they can look at themselves in the mirror each day. As a lifelong Democrat, I’m proud that the Democratic party has historically been […]
The Sumner County Democratic Party is hosting an acoustic music jam and picnic September 9th starting 1PM at Triple Creek Park Pavilion in Gallatin. Tickets are $10 and can be found on HERE. Special Guest is Rep. John Ray Clemmons
SCDP’s spring fundraiser will feature Jason Kander. Jason is founder of Let America Vote, an organization leading the fight for voting rights in opposition against those who would make it harder to vote or disenfranchise vulnerable groups. Jason was Clinton/Kaine 2016 National Co-Chair, former Missouri Secretary of State and former US Sentate Candidate. He served […]
Democrats Reorganize, Energize! The Sumner County Democratic Party held a convention for reorganization on Saturday, March 25 in Gallatin. As with other counties around Tennessee, turnout was high with 80 in attendance. At the convention, officers for the 2017-2019 term were elected. Your new officers are: TONY JACKSON, Chair LEN ASSANTE, Executive Vice Chair JACOB […]
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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 […]
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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 […]