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Blue Notes, August 12

Galloway Officially Launches Campaign for Governor
Coming off of a strong win in 2018, Nicole Galloway has officially announced her run for Governor.  Bringing the Auditor's mentality of protecting taxpayer money and holding people accountable to the race, Galloway is ready to take on Governor Mike Parson and his dark money in what could be one of the most contested races in the country.  Check out her video here:
One Year Anniversary of Defeating Right to Work
We celebrated the one year anniversary of Missourians telling the GOP that Right to Work is wrong for Missouri by having Missourians sign an anniversary card for Gov. Parson. Parson has said he does not believe that Right to Work is settled. Sign on to tell Gov. Parson and the Missouri GOP to respect our votes.


State Party Strategy Discussed Among Leaders

Check out this Kansas City Star article that ran today featuring comments from Congressman Cleaver, Missouri Democrats Executive Director Lauren Gepford, JCDC Executive Director Geoff Gerling and others.


Missouri Democratic Party Annual Dinner This Weekend

The annual Truman Dinner which benefits the Missouri State Party, is quickly approaching on August 17 and will be held at the Sheet Metal Local 36 Grand Hall on Chouteau (2319 Choteau Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103).  The event features Auditor Nicole Galloway, Minority Leader Crystal Quade and a panel of organizing professionals.  Click here to buy tickets and get all the details.


Upcoming Club Meetings and Events:

  • South Kansas City Alliance: Monthly meeting Monday August 12, 6pm at KCPD South Patrol. KC Mayor Quinton Lucas and members of the new council will speak.
  • Grain Valley Democrats: Monthly meeting for new club. August 14, 7pm at 7518 Dannell Lane, Grain Valley.  All are welcome especially residents of eastern Jackson County.
  • Raytown Democratic Association: Monthly meeting Thursday August 15th, 7pm at Las Chili's (6210 Raytown Trafficway). Come early for dinner and to make new friends!  Guest speaker is former State Rep Jeremy LaFaver.
  • Emily Weber Campaign Kickoff: Candidate for State House District 24. August 19th 6:00-8:00pm at Hamburger Mary's (3700 Broadway KCMO).
  • Clay County Women's Democratic Club: Officer elections and updated bylaws. August 19, 5:15 social, 5:45 meeting at Chappell's Restaurant (323 Armour Rd. NKC). Annual dues are $10.
  • Platte County Democrats "Good Government" Event: August 20, 6:30pm at KCPD North Patrol (11000 NW Prairie View Dr.). See below for more information.
  • Heartland Alliance for Progress: August 26, 5:15-7pm, 125 E 31st St. KCMO. Manny Abarca IV and immigration attorney Jessica Piedra discuss the life of immigrants and what can be done in policy at the local, state and federal levels.
  • National Democratic Training Committee Session: "Blue Bench Training" We will have three separate tracks for candidates, campaign staff, and local organizers. All three will include focuses in messaging, fundraising, field, and digital. This event is open to anyone interested in running for office, is staff on a campaign (or hopes to be), or for anyone within the local party infrastructure. September 7, 9am-4:30pm at UMKC. Click here to RSVP: