Can you believe it is December?! Have you volunteered to join in one (or all four) of the local Christmas parades we're joining this year?
We all know what that means.
Maps will be out soon to show us what has changed with redistricting. It also means that candidate qualifying petitions can be picked up, and lots of local campaigns will begin to kickoff.
Have you considered running for City Commission, School Board, Register of Deeds, or Property Assessor? Reach out to Candidate Recruitment Committee chairwoman Sue Dubois with questions about available offices.
If you aren't going to run for office yourself, then what is your strategy to elect more Democrats? Have you thought about asking a friend? Will you be volunteering to help phone, text, or knock doors for emerging candidates? Will you be writing checks or donating via ActBlue?
Get ready to hit 2022 running! I'll see you all at the upcoming Christmas parades!
December BCDP Events
Thursday December 9, 6:30pm
BCDP Executive Committee Monthly Meeting
The Executive Committee meets on the second Thursday of every month. This is our monthly business meeting. All meetings are virtual meetings due to Covid-19 until further notice. The meeting is open to the public. We welcome anyone who is interested in supporting the Democratic platform and participating in BCDP activities.
After you register for this event, you will receive a confirmation containing information about joining the meeting.
Two opportunities this month: Friday, December 17, 12-1pm and Wednesday, December 29, 7-8pm
Are you ready to be the change? All politics are local. Run for office in Blount County and have an impact on your community. Join us for an information session on what offices are up for election in 2022 and what it takes to run for office.