http://mapq.st/1uZCdvG. We will provide pop and other beverages. Thanks for bringing snacks to share. Please contact Shirley Burton at email@example.com if you would like to donate a silent auction item. Proceeds go to our scholarship program.
Important: We will NOT have a regular meeting in December (as usual), but please plan to join us from 7-8:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at the Yukon Police Dept., 100 S. Ranchwood Blvd (next to the skating rink). Our speaker on Monday, Jan. 12, will be Jacquelyn Walsh, legislative assist to Rep. Scott Inman. She will focus on tracking legislation and influencing our legislators during the session.
OK Democratic Party Executive Director to recap election results for Canadian County Democrats Nov 10
YUKON, Okla. -- Oklahoma Democratic Party Executive Director Trav Robertson, Jr., will speak to the Canadian County Democrats at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 10, at the Yukon Police Department located at 100 S. Ranchwood Boulevard, just south of Route 66 in Yukon.
Robertson will focus on the results of the recent election and discuss plans for the future.
Seating is available on a first come, first served basis for the free event.
Prior to his position in Oklahoma, Robertson has been a successful campaign manager and advisor since 1997, most recently with the Sheheen for Governor campaign in Camden, South Carolina.
He directed 30 staff as state director for the Obama campaign and served as deputy state treasurer, both in Columbia, South Carolina.
Robertson’s campaign management efforts earned nearly 65 percent of the vote in the Spratt for Congress campaign in a district carried by George Bush.
He earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in philosophy from the University of South Carolina in Columbia.
The Canadian County Democrats meet at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month (except Dec.) at the Yukon Police Department.
Please vote for the following Democratic candidates for office on Nov. 4. Then ask five (of your friends) to ask five (of their friends) to vote for Democrats too. Mid-term elections are generally low turnout. Getting our voters to the polls gives Democratic candidates an edge.
1 Justin Atkinson, County Commissioner #1
What are my federal and state Senate and House districts? http://www.capitolconnect.com/oklahoma/default.aspx
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Michael Brooks-Jiménez, candidate for Senate District 44, will be the featured speaker at the Canadian County Democrats’ meeting on Monday, October 13. Senate District 44 includes an area in the eastern part of the county near Oklahoma City and Mustang. Democrats are encouraged to attend from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Yukon Police Department, 100 S. Ranchwood Boulevard. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
“As the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, I will fight to bring common sense and strong Oklahoma values to Washington,” Senator Johnson said. “I’ll fight to expand job opportunities for our state and nation, strengthen our public schools, and reform our criminal justice system. Senator Johnson believes “hardworking Oklahomans deserve a government that works for them, not one that favors special interests over theirs.
For more information about Senator Johnson, visit http://www.cj4ok.com/ .
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1) Mustang’s Western Days – Sat., Sept. 6. - Sorry, but we will NOT participate in Mustang's Western Days due to a stead y rain expected to last until afternoon.
Float - Volunteers needed to walk and ride. Parade line-up by 9:30 a.m. at Hwy 152 between Czech Hall and Hwy 92. Map: http://tinyurl.com/6okhvk . See Chamber of Commerce info at http://mustangchamber.publishpath.com/western-days .
Booth – We need volunteers needed to set up at 9 a.m. and work 2-3 hours shifts until 5 p.m. It will be located at 1201 N. Mustang Road. Map: http://mapq.st/1B7QAVM . Help promote Democratic candidates for office, help visitors vote for top issues with the Bean Counter, get signatures on the tornado shelter in public schools petition and register voters.
2) Yukon’s Czech Festival – Sat., Oct. 4.
Float – Walkers and float riders line up at 9:30 a.m. on Barth Brooks Blvd. (south of Main Street/Route 66). Parade starts at 10 a.m. Map: http://tinyurl.com/5f88vj . Directions; Take the Garth Brooks exit from I-40. Go north. Park at the middle school on Garth Brooks and walk north to the float. Important: We need volunteers to drive walkers back to their cars after the parade.
Booth – Volunteers needed to set up the booth at 7:45 a.m. and work 2-3 hours shifts until 3 p.m. The booth will be located around 4th and Main (near Yukon National Bank). Map: http://mapq.st/U3YgQo . Help promote Democratic candidates for office, help visitors vote for top issues with the Bean Counter, get signatures on the tornado shelter in public schools petition and register voters.
House District 43 candidate Sarah Baker will take a break from knocking doors to speak to the Canadian County Democrats on Monday, August 11. The public is invited to attend the meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Yukon Police Department, 100 S. Ranchwood Boulevard in Yukon. Take this opportunity to talk with Sarah about issues that are important to you.
Baker 's candidacy is based on the idea that Oklahomans care more about good government and quality leadership that listens and cares about their concerns than party affiliation and politics as usual.
Volunteers from the Canadian County Democrats will distribute free school supplies from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sat., Aug. 9, at the Lord’s Harvest food bank, 1020 Sunset Drive, El Reno. Supplies will be available on a first come, first served basis. Volunteers will also register voters from all political parties and accept signatures for Take Shelter Oklahoma petition for storm shelters in public schools.
Oklahoma Family Literacy Program educator Liz Parker will speak to the Canadian County Democrats at their monthly meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. on Monday, July 14. Democrats are welcome to attend the meeting in the conference room at the Yukon Police Department, located at 100 S. Ranchwood Boulevard (next to the skating rink).
Parker has taught for 15 years in Oklahoma Family Literacy Program in Oklahoma City Public Schools. She works with Hispanic mothers and their pre-school children help the mothers learn English and develop parenting skills critical to their children’s success in school.
For more information,phone 405-354-3189.