Please save Thursday, April 2nd 2015 for our annual FDR Gala, to be held at 6pm at the Fountain Square Ballroom.
This fundraiser is an opportunity to support the party organization, as it works on behalf of candidates and office holders, and in the pursuit of advancing Democratic ideals and good governance at all levels.
Admission to this evening of food, beverage, and good company is by suggested donation, but no one will be turned away if unable to contribute.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Chair Mark Fraley at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 2nd.
- Eleanor Roosevelt Sponsors: $500 (or $40/month)- Name featured prominently on invitation and program, with recognition at the event.
Four Freedoms Sponsors: $250 (or $20/month)- Name featured on invitation and recognition at event.
New Deal Sponsors: $125 (or $10/month) - Name on program.
Stay tuned for more information, and we look forward to seeing you there!
During my six terms on City Council, I have kept a watchful eye on the responsible use of our tax dollars -- while providing the best services possible within our city's budget. It is an honor that the citizens of Bloomington have placed their confidence and trust in me to make good decisions for the betterment of our community.
Susan Sandberg to file for Bloomington City Council, At-Large, announcing re-election campaign
Susan Sandberg will seek a third term on the Bloomington City Council. She has served as a councilmember at-large since 2007 with a history of strong leadership roles on Council committees and within the Bloomington community. She currently serves as Council Parliamentarian, is the chair of the Community Development Block Grants Social Services committee and will again chair the Jack Hopkins Social Services Fund committee in 2015. Sandberg is vice chair of the Monroe County Democratic Party.
After thoughtful consideration, I have filed candidate papers to run again for Bloomington City Council, District 2. I have served on City Council since 2012 and worked hard as a council representative. I believe I have made a difference and would like to continue this work.
Philippa Guthrie filed today as a Democratic candidate for Bloomington City Council District 4. Guthrie is currently Vice President and General Counsel for the Indiana University Foundation. She earned a JD from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and an MPA in Environmental Policy from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
It has been an honor to serve the west side for the past eleven years.
Isabel Piedmont-Smith has announced her candidacy for Bloomington City Council, District 5. Her platform is focused on poverty issues, sustainability, and inclusive governance. Piedmont-Smith, who held the District 5 position for one term (2008-2011), enters the race after incumbent Darryl Neher announced he will run for mayor.
Bloomington City Council Representative Darryl Neher enters Mayor’s race, pledges continued progressive governance
Nicole Bolden, Hearing Officer/Deputy City Clerk, announced her candidacy for Bloomington City Clerk. Bolden filed for the office today.