The Democratic Presidential Primary is Tuesday, March 10th. The DIA millage renewal is also on the ballot. Know someone with a question about voting? Have them call the Michigan Democratic Party Voter Assistance Hotline: 1-833-MI-VOTES (1-833-648-6837).
Our guest speaker Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. If you've never heard Ms. Nessel speak before you do not want to miss this meeting!
If you are interested in serving as a precinct delegate we will have forms and notaries at this meeting.
Our meetings are always free, kid-friendly, and open to the public. Membership dues are $10 per person per year, but dues are not required to attend our meetings.
Join other club members as we walk in the annual Royal Oak St. Patrick's Day Parade:
Thora Hanses leads our local phone bank:
Bring your own cell phone and a laptop or tablet. If you do not have a laptop or tablet let Thora know and we can arrange to borrow one for you.
Other items of interest to Royal Oak Democrats
Fundraiser for State Representative and long time club member Jim Ellison:
Meet and greet with the 3 city manager candidates.
The MoGo bike-share organization, which is expanding to Royal Oak this spring, is hiring part-time and full-time help. To apply visit https://mogodetroit.org/job-opportunities/. For more information contact Rory Lincoln, 313-314-2702, email@example.com. Friday, March 13th is the last day to apply.
Meet and talk with a wide range of Democatic candidates in small groups.
This convention will endorse Democratic candidates for the state supreme court and any other state-wide offices on the ballot this year.
The Michigan One Campaign (the Democratic Party coordinated campaign) needs temporary housing for newly-hired staff to live while they look for permanent housing. If you can spare a room for a few weeks please contact Paula Mantay, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our sister organization Indivisible Fighting 9 meets every second and fourth Wednesday, 7pm - 8:30pm:
2nd Wednesdays are regular membership meetings. 4th Wednesdays are usually a combination of working meetings (writing letters and postcards) and meeting candidates for office.
This is the Nature Society's main yearly fundraiser, just $10 per person:
The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is an agreement among a group of U.S. states and the District of Columbia to award all their respective electoral votes to whichever presidential candidate wins the overall popular vote in the 50 states and DC.
Once states representing 270 electoral votes join the Compact it will go into effect. The Compact has passed in 15 states plus DC, for a total of 196 electoral votes.
To learn more about the NPVIC and the Michigan grassroots campaign to pass the bill, like their Facebook page at “National Popular Vote MI”: https://www.facebook.com/groups/688528687982161/