We have some exciting campaign opportunities for you:
Canvass in Bloomington for Senator Joe Donnelly, Liz Watson and All of our Candidates
Join the Indiana Democratic Party and the MCDP for a Day of Action this Saturday, August 25th and Sunday, August 26th.
MCDP Day of Action for Joe Donnelly
The MCDP will also be hosting a Day of Action for Joe Donnelley on Saturday, September 8th. Shifts will be from 9:00 a.m. to Noon, and from Noon until 3:00 p.m.
While Washington is mired in its reality show fallout, an important question remains: What should we know before we appoint someone to the Supreme Court for life? At the very least, we should probably know what he wrote while on the public payroll. Right? Unfortunately, the GOP is arguing that Judge Kavanaugh's work during President George W. Bush's administration aren't relevant to Kavanaugh's appointment. This must be a deal breaker. There are just too many questions. Call the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee today.
Help us beat the heat as we turn Indiana blue!
As we get closer to the election, we have a large number of volunteers and campaign staffers at MCDP headquarters every day. One thing that's a big help is prepared food for headquarters--especially home cooked meals! If you are interested in signing up to provide a meal for our volunteers and campaign staff, please email MCDP Executive Director Kaisa Goodman at [email protected]. We are also in need of bottled water to give to volunteers knocking doors in the heat
When: Saturday, August 11th
- 9:00 a.m.
- 3:00 p.m.
We need your help, or more specifically, our candidates need your help. How do we fight the barrage of awful news and apparent surrender to Russia's meddling? We make our democracy thrive. Here are opportunities for you to get involved and help our local candidates win this November:Read more
This is it. From reproductive rights to voting rights, protection for pre-existing conditions, labor protections & rights, and freedom from discrimination—the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court has huge implications. This is not to mention his partisan opinions about investigating presidents, previous obfuscation about his role in the Bush White House, quick disappearing debt for baseball tickets, and millions of yet-to-be-released documents from his stint in government. The bottom line is that this nomination has the potential to undermine decades of progress toward social justice.
Thank you to all who participated in our caucus this past week. We congratulate Ashley Pirani on winning the Monroe County Council District 3 caucus! Ashley was one of the founding members of Monroe County NOW and was that organization's first president. Ashley will be vying this fall to represent all of western and southwestern Monroe County.