Photo Credit: Jeremy Hogan | Herald Times
The primary election is over, and now we are looking ahead to the general on November 6th! Congratulations to all of the victors, and a sincere “thank you” to every single candidate. Running for elected office is a tremendous undertaking that requires resilience and a passion for public service, and we are so fortunate here in Monroe County that we have so many citizens who are up to the task. Our commonalities greatly outnumber our differences, and we as Democrats must focus on those common goals and work together to improve lives. Let’s take a few days to regroup (and pick up candidate signs from HQ), and then get to work to elect Democrats in the fall! Stay posted for ways to get involved--the Harrodsburg parade is this weekend, and MCDP will be at events all summer and fall!
Executive Director, MCDP
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Happy Mother's Day!
Truly every day is a great day to celebrate the incredible women in the world. Today, we take time to acknowledge all of the hard work, dedication, and love that our mothers and grandmothers have shown us. Thank you!
Events Around Monroe County:
Tuesday, May 15th at 11:30 a.m.
DeAngelo's Restaurant in Eastland Plaza
The Monroe County Democrat's Club will meet on Tuesday, May 15, at 11:30 a.m. at DeAngelo's Restaurant in Eastland Plaza. The Club will thank all of the Democratic candidates who participated in the primary and will hear from Kaisa Goodman, the new Executive for the party. The public is invited to attend.
Tuesday, May 17th at 6:00 p.m.
March with MCDP in the Harrodsburg Heritage Days Festival Parade
Saturday, May 19th, Lineup begins at Noon
Line-up Tent on Bennett Lane, Harrodsburg
Candidates and MCDP supporters are invited to participate in the Harrodsburg Heritage Days Festival Parade with the Party! The parade takes place on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 at 2pm. Line-up for the parade begins at Noon. Please contact Kaisa Goodman at email@example.com or (812) 272-3439 if you would like to participate!
Thursday, May 31st at 6:00 p.m.
City Council Chambers, Bloomington City Hall