DEMOCRATIC PARTY

OF 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

We are all invited to Tony’s 2019 inauguration!

Follow these links to find out more about how to attend. Here are a couple of hotels in downtown Madison that have room blocks for the event. The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor's Club -- rates vary from $109 - $169/night *** Unionized employees represented by...

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Weekly news from DPW.

ACTION ALERT: Republicans have introduced bills to undercut Gov.-elect Tony Evers Wisconsin Republicans lost badly in the midterms, but that hasn’t stopped them from being sore losers. Now Republicans in the legislature are moving forward on several proposals to...

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Volunteer to be on a state-wide board or commission.

From Sen. Kathleen Vinehout's latest newsletter: Boards and Commissions: Opportunities to Serve “I’m retired and I want to stay that way,” the gentleman told our Senate Agriculture, Small Business and Tourism Committee. “But I am looking for opportunities to give back...

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UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

Feb
28
Thu
Governor Evers budget address.
Feb 28 all-day
Governor Evers budget address.

Stay tuned for time and further details. Remember, “budgeting is governing.”

Mar
14
Thu
March meeting. @ Village Pizzeria
Mar 14 @ 5:30 pm
March meeting. @ Village Pizzeria

Come share a meal with like-minded folks at 5:30. Regular meeting at 6:30. We will have our information session on how (our) county government works that was postponed from our February meeting.

Apr
2
Tue
Spring election.
Apr 2 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Spring election.

Spring election for Wisconsin Supreme Court. The two candidates are Brian Hagedorn and Lisa Neubauer. Conservatives, who back Hagedorn, hold a 4-3 majority on the court heading into the election. Like Shirley Abrahamson, who is retiring and leaving this seat open, Neubauer has been supported by liberals.

Spring election are also for city, village, town, and school board positions. Go to myvote.wi.gov to find out who is on your ballot.

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