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US Senator Elizabeth Warren visited Kansas City last Friday to rally support behind Jackson County's own Jason Kander in his race to join her in the Senate.  The event, held at the College Basketball Experience in downtown Kansas City, was slated to pump up a crowd of about 1000 people.  Far more than that showed up to pledge their support and keep energy high in what has become one of the most hotly contested races in the nation.  Leading up to Secretary Kander and Senator Warren, the vibrant crowd heard remarks from many local elected officials and candidates including Jackson County Legi

Special Event: Senator Elizabeth Warren Comes to Kansas City - The momentum to get Jason Kander elected to the US Senate continues to build.  National pundits have said this race is a "toss up" and one of the biggest surprises of the election cycle.  The national attention is now turned to our state and Senator Warren will be here to rally voters to do their part.  Let's draw a great crowd and support Jason! 3pm, Friday October 14 at the College Basketball Experience, 1401 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64106


Clinton/Kaine - Stronger Together yard signs: New Order Arrived!

Re-Cap of Last Night's Debate

What we saw last night in the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was a little predictable: one looked like a candidate who is well prepared to become the next President and one who looked like an uninformed bully.  There were some major areas that we learned from though:

Last week, we were sad to report the passing of Jackson County Democratic Committeewoman Chere Chaney after an aggressive fight with cancer.  Democratic leaders young and old across the community have been deeply moved by this news, but also reflect on her lifetime of service.

One of the most respected pollsters in the nation, Nate Silver, published an article last week explaining how he believes Missouri could be won by the Democrats at the top of the ballot.  Check it out:

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Please join hosts State Representatives DaRon McGee, Judy Morgan and Gail McCann Beatty for Kansas City Day at the Capitol on September 13.  A full day of information and activity includes meeting with area elected officials, tours of the capitol building and the Governor's Mansion, and much more.  RSVP by September 9 to Debbie Mullally at  This great event is just one day before the veto session begins.

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The Missouri Primary is Tuesday, August 2nd.  Voting is open from 6am to 7pm across the state. If you are unclear where your current polling location is, here are two valuable resources:

Here is your weekly Blue Notes Democratic Newsletter. Remember to check our website for past editions of the e-newsletter and many many other resources. 



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