DEMOCRATIC PARTY

 

 

OF POLK COUNTY, WISCONSIN

“Leadership to the Future”

 

 

 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

 

of Polk County Wisconsin

 

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

Supreme Court primary election 2/20/18.

Since there are three candidates running for our state Supreme Court, there will be a primary election on Tuesday, February 20 to determine which two candidates will be on the April ballot. The two progressive candidates are Middleton attorney Tim Burns and Milwaukee...

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Kim Butler runs for AD28 seat!

Our own Kim Butler is running for the 28th Assembly District seat! Kim is running against incumbent Adam Jarchow because she feels he has ignored the issues that are important to folks in our district. Specifically, she wants to fight for improved public education,...

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We did it!

Congratulations to our new WI state senator, Patty Rivard Schachtner! And thanks to all the volunteers -- from neighboring counties and states and all across the US! -- who made phone calls, knocked on doors, sent postcards, hosted signs, emailed their friends... and...

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UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

Feb
20
Tue
Primary election for state Supreme Court
Feb 20 all-day
Primary election for state Supreme Court

Candidates are Tim Burns, Rebecca Dallet, and ultra-conservative Michael Screnock. This is a non-partisan race.

Find your polling place here. Remember to bring your photo ID!

Mar
8
Thu
Monthly meeting @ Village Pizzeria (715-755-2980)
Mar 8 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Monthly meeting @ Village Pizzeria (715-755-2980)

Gather at 5:30pm to share a meal and socialize. (Pizzeria has great food!) Speaker TBD — possibly Kelda Roys, gubernatorial candidate. Membership meeting at 6:30.

All are welcome!

Apr
3
Tue
Spring Election
Apr 3 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Spring Election

This is the election for non-partisan races:

  • Wisconsin Supreme Court
  • County board
  • Town boards
  • Village boards
  • School boards
Apr
21
Sat
Dueholm dinner @ Milltown Community Center
Apr 21 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Dueholm dinner @ Milltown Community Center

Social hour at 4:30.
Dinner at 5:30.
Speakers begin as soon as everyone is seated.

Are you an artist, photographer, fiber artist, woodworker, or other creative type? Or do you have something wonderful that no longer delights you? Donate an item to our silent auction fundraiser!

Apr
27
Fri
7th Congressional District Convention
Apr 27 – Apr 28 all-day
7th Congressional District Convention

Participate in grass roots democracy — be a delegate to the 7th CD convention! Contact Kathryn Kienholz or Kim Butler for details (click on Contact at top right of the page.)

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This Tuesday is an important primary election for WI Supreme Court.

Please vote 7am to 8pm Tuesday February 20.

Tim Burns is the avowedly progressive candidate. Judge Rebecca Dallet is a Democrat, a credible candidate, but has a couple questionable rulings or endorsements in her past that you might want to be aware of. The Capitol Times has endorsed both of them.

Screnock is very tied to Scott Walker and served on the R panel that gerrymandered the state. I have gotten 3 mailers from the RPW supporting Screnock and heard that Sean Duffy is Robo-calling for him. ‘Nuff Said?

To find out more, visit Tim or Rebecca’s websites.

burnsforwisconsin.com/
www.dalletforjustice.com

Two candidates will move onto the April election. Let’s make sure it’s Tim and Rebecca.
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Polk County (WI) Democratic Party shared Barron County Democratic Party's Meet Tammy Baldwin in Rice Lake. ...

Meet Senator Tammy Baldwin in Rice Lake on Monday 2/19 at Blue Hills Masonic Center. Space is limited. Details and RSVP here: bit.ly/2BZAPVn

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Find Your Elected Officials

Click the “Start” button to visit the League of Women Voter’s “Find Your Elected Officials” webpage.