Elbert County Democratic Party

"Providing Real Solutions for Elbert County"

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"The EC Dems "Indivisible" group - formed to resist the Trump agenda - will be holding its organizational meeting on Monday, January 23 at 7PM at the Elizabeth Library. Over 3,000 similar groups have already formed nationwide. You can read about and download the guide that reveals "best practices for making Congress listen" at www.indivisibleguide.com. We will have an agenda planned which includes working with groups in neighboring counties for beginning the tasks necessary to more effectively participate in the democratic process. Please join us - the next 4 years depend on Americans across the country standing indivisible against the Trump agenda."

Elbert County Democratic Party Re-Org meeting:

On Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, the Elbert County Democratic Party will hold its biennial re-organization meeting to elect officers.

The meeting will be held at the Elizabeth Branch of the Pines and Plains Libraries from 1 PM to 3 PM.

Please plan to attend...if you are interested in running for one of the offices, please let us know.

Contact Jim Duvall, 720-933-0480, with any questions.

Women's March, Saturday January 21, 2017

Several Dems from Elbert County will be participating in the Women's March in Denver the day after Donald Trump's inauguration.

The march "is a bold message to the new administration on their first day in office that women's rights are human rights."

This is an inclusive march for women and men to attend.

We will meet at the Duvall residence to car-pool to the Lincoln Street light rail station.

Call 303-646-3202 for more information if interested.

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The Elbert County Democratic Party continues to be focused on solutions to some of the issues that face Elbert County residents.

For more information, contact me.
Jim Duvall Chairperson
Elbert County Democratic Party

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