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Mark your calendars for these great events and meetings coming up:
 
 
 
Raytown Democratic Association Monthly Meeting

The time has arrived; election day is upon us. Many volunteers have put in countless hours in support of our two candidates in this special election and now we see the payoff. Regardless of the outcome, we should all be proud of our two candidates: Barbara Washington for House District 23 and Hillary Shields for Senate District 8.

No Time To Waste: We Need Volunteers

Special elections this year have been wild but also shows how Democrats have momentum all over the nation.  One great example of that is in eastern Jackson County where Hillary Shields has emerged as a fantastic candidate and has Republican leadership running scared as polling shows the race within the margin of error. 

The End of October is Full of Events!
 
Take a moment to look below at all of the fun and informative events in our area between now and the end of the month.  Here are a few highlights:
  • The 11th Annual City Council Cancer Benefit on Tuesday the 17th

Jackson County Election Board

Voter Candidate Information Specialist

 

Responsible for recruiting and scheduling part-time election employees for Election Day and night duties.

Knowledge of modern office practices, procedures and equipment; basic typing skills of 75 words per minute; ability to work and communicate with voters.

Phone etiquette and interpersonal skills a must.

Ability to learn election databases/software quickly - training provided by JCEB.

Experience with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access.

Republican Revolving Door Keeps Spinning

Longtime Democratic Political Consultant Steve Glorioso Passes Away at 70

 

Sad news spread across our community Thursday afternoon that veteran political consultant and leader Steve Glorioso had passed away at age 70.  Over four decades, Glorioso had a giant impact on politics in Kansas City working on many campaigns both with candidates and public ballot issues including the most recent $800 million bond issue for infrastrucute updates. 

We Reflect on the 16th Anniversary of the September 11th Attacks

Here are a few quick notes and upcoming events you may want to know about.  If you have something you want to see listed next week, let Geoff know at geoff@jacksoncodems.org.

 

This Resolution was adopted by the Jackson County Democatic Committee at the quarterly meeting on August 22 on a vote of 63-0.

 

RESOLUTION

"The Jacoson County Democratic Central Committee of Missouri, to have an official statement on the events that have taken place in Charlottesville, Virginia. In a clear response to the hate groups, Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis and White Supremacist rallies that took place August 12, 2017.

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