DEMOCRATIC PARTYOF POLK COUNTY WISCONSIN
“Leadership to the Future”
The Polk County Democratic Party is an inclusive, membership-based organization promoting Democratic and progressive principles. We recruit, support and elect candidates who share those principles. We act as a resource to educate all citizens on the important issues of the day.
HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT THE WORK OF POLK COUNTY DEMOCRATS
There will be phone calling at the Dems office on Hwy 8 every Saturday morning, 10:00 - 12:00. Contact Emilee Martell at 715-531-5477 or email her at EmileeM@wiscdems.org. Coffee and doughnuts...read more
Canvasses are 3:00-5:00 pm every Tuesday and Saturday, plus a second shift 6:00-7:00 on Tuesdays. Click on "read more" below to find the signup link. Go to here to sign up...read more
(Click on "read more", below, to get to the sign up link.) Remember that Blue Wave that we want in November? It is not going to happen unless we all Do.Our.Part. Here is how you can help make it happen -- by signing up for a shift at the office. Shifts are as...read more
UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS
Join Patty to support our candidates for State Assembly!
We are fortunate to have four talented candidates in our area: Kim Butler, District 28; John Calabrese, District 29; Barry Hammarback, District 30; and Allison Holzman, District 75. Come and meet the candidates at my home on September 20. This is a wonderful opportunity to unite and support them.
Our support will help them on to victory in November.
We will begin going door-to-door (that’s called canvassing, if you are not familiar with the term) in September. We do it every Tuesday starting 9/11 from 3 to 5pm or 6 to 7pm and every Saturday starting 9/22 from 3 to 5pm.
Contact Kim or Kathy if you can help. We need talkers and drivers. If you haven never done it before we will send you out with an experienced canvasser until you feel comfortable. You will be handing out candidate flyers and asking a few simple survey questions.
Find Your Elected Officials
Click the “Start” button to visit the League of Women Voter’s “Find Your Elected Officials” webpage.