Join us for the 31st Annual First Capitol Day Banquet hosted by the St. Charles County Democratic Central Committee June 14, 2013. Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander will be the keynote speaker
Play: R.F.K. – a moving portray of the words and events in the life of Robert Kennedy from the death of his brother to his decision to run for president.
Where: Social Science Building Auditorium, St. Charles County Community College
Time: 1 May 2013 at 7 p.m.
St. Charles Dems will receive the “Senior” price of $5.00 for the May 1 performance only. The play is free for SCCC students, faculty and staff.
Full plates or sandwiches are available. The Menu includes:
- Pork Steak and Ribeye Sandwiches for $5.00 and Dinners for $8.50
- Hamburgers and Brats for $3.50 and Dinners for $6.00
- All Dinners include choice of two sides: Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, or Chips
- Soda or Water for $1.00
They will be taking group pre-order sales to be delivered the day of the BBQ, April 27th. Download the Pre-Order Sales form. For more info call Pat Lynch at (314) 303-1413 or Mark Miles 314-913-7662
There will also be a drawing for a Remington Nitro 887 Shotgun at 3pm.
Learn about the driving force behind extreme Republican legislation being pushed at the state level. Connect the dots between corporations, politicians and extreme bills like the “stand your ground” gun laws, voter suppression bills, union-busting policies and other controversial legislation. ALEC is a national network of state politicians and powerful corporations principally concerned with increasing corporate profits without public scrutiny.
This movie event is sponsored by the St. Charles County Democratic Central Committee, Morton Todd Chair and the Alliance for Retired Americans, Dave Meinell President.
Movie will begin at 7pm
Spencer Road Branch — Room 112
St. Charles County Library
427 Spencer Road • St. Peters, MO 63376
Discussion will follow.
For more info: call our hotline 636-946-1066 and go to www.alecexposed.org
ALEC is not a lobby; it is not a front group. It is much more powerful than that. Through ALEC, behind closed doors, corporations hand state legislators the changes to the law they desire that directly benefit their bottom line. Along with legislators, corporations have membership in ALEC. Corporations sit on all nine ALEC task forces and vote with legislators to approve “model” bills. They have their own corporate governing board which meets jointly with the legislative board. (ALEC says that corporations do not vote on the board.)
Anyone who is paying attention to the recent rash of extreme right-wing attacks that have dominated state legislatures since the 2010 elections knows that the key driving force behind the legislation that has attacked working families, women, gun control laws, corporate regulation and pretty much every other aspect of American life is a group called the American Legislative Exchange Council. Although ALEC has been active since the early 1970s, it seems like the 2010 elections emboldened the organization like never before and they’ve been more active than they have been in a long time and a lot of the pieces of ‘model legislation’ they push have been getting put into effect in states across the country.
St. Charles County Democrats Volunteer in our community. Join us on Sat Dec 1 at Salvation Army Food Drive Wehrenberg Theater Mid Rivers Mall from 3:30 to 5:30pm We need 10 volunteers to collect, stack and box the canned goods that come in. To participate with us call John Callahan @ 314-922-0248 This is our 3rd Year, Because Democrats Care!
More people voted for Obama than did for Bush 8 years earlier. What a victory. He did not need MO for the win, but thankfully due to your hard work our president will have Claire McCaskill’s help in the Senate.
Did you see the numbers? Across the state our Dem numbers looked good, but the most fantastic results from Nov 6 were the number of votes we were able to pull out of St Charles County.
With 89,993 votes Claire McCaskill pulled more votes out of St. Charles County than the combined total of the 30 smallest counties in MO. And once those voters were in the Dem column for Claire they stayed on that side to vote Nixon and Koster who also won in St. Charles County. We can be proud of the tremendous GOTV operation we had here and the hundred’s of volunteers who brought out those Dems who stayed home in 2010.
Bill Otto won his race for the Missouri 70th House District that covers part of St. Charles County. We had a great slate of Democratic Candidates that we can all be proud of!
The St. Charles County Democratic Central Committee has several new Committee Women and Men for the 2012 – 2014 term. We are pleased to announce that the following Committee Women and Men have been added in 2012:
- Cheryl Primm – Committee Woman for the 1st Capitol Township (02)
- Ken Tucker – Committee Man for the Muegge Township (04)
- Bev Cowling – Committee Woman for the St. Peters Township (05)
- Cesar Castaneda – Committee Man for the Spencer Creek Township (08)
- Shelley Hoffman – Committee Woman for the Dardenne Township (09)
- Rod Hoffman – Committee Man for the Dardenne Township (09)
- Russ Craven – Committee Man for the Cottleville Township (10)
- Tim Ryan – Committee Man for the Wentzville Township (12)
- Brenda Schaper – Committee Woman for the Wentzville Township (12)
- Fred Banks – Committee Man for the Boone Township (14)
As a result of redistricting from the 2010 census, some of the Township names changed. All of the Township district lines were redrawn. To see the Township lines, visit http://map.sccmo.org/Main/ and select the voting layer for political townships.
Here is the complete list of St. Charles County Democratic Central Committee
Come meet us at the Plaza Bistro at the St. Charles Community College (SCC) on October 3rd from 7-10pm – we have our meeting (7-8pm) and then we’ll watch the 1st Presidential debate. Please RSVP for Pizza!
See the map of the SCC campus below – the orange arrow shows where the Plaza Bistro is located. It’s in the building marked CB (Cafe / Bookstore). Closest parking in in the Purple and Yellow lots. CLICK the picture below for a larger version of the map.
St. Charles Community College Young Democrats invites you to come joins us in supporting our democrats in the upcoming election and in everyday life.
We look forward to seeing you soon!!!