We are Zooming our monthly business meeting of the RCDP tomorrow (Wednesday) at 6 p.m. If you would like to take part in the effort to elect Democrats in 2022 and join our meeting please leave us a message on this page and we will send you the Zoom information.
Our monthly business meeting is this Wednesday at 6 p.m. and we are once again using a Zoom platform. If you would like to attend this meeting please leave us a message and we will provide you with the log-in information. We are a year away from the very important Mid-term elections. In Michigan we have both changing districts after the 2020 census causes some new lines and also the executive branch (Gov., AG, and SOS) are up for re-election. So tune in for the latest information that we might have. Join us so we can organize and make this happen.
The monthly meeting of the Roscommon County Democratic Party has been postponed till next week due to a conflict. Look for more information later this week. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Michigan’s own Lion in the US. Senate has passed. May his family find peace during this loss of a great man.
Fellow Roscommon County Democrats, Tomorrow night at 6 o’clock will be our monthly meeting. It is the second month that we are meeting in person, instead of Zooming. So please take time out of your busy day to come be with fellow Dems at the Old Denton Township Hall in Prudenville.
While 2021 is a year of rest after last years election of President Biden, 2022 is critical in the state as we work to re-elect our team in Lansing and increase the number of seats in Democratic control.
If you have any questions or concerns please leave us a message.
Join us for our monthly meeting this Wed. at 6 p.m. It is a great way to spend time with fellow democrats and prepare for the President’s address later that same evening. If you would like to attend let us a message here or call (231) 818-8021 and we will provide you the Zoom link. All are welcome, you need not be a member of the RCDP to attend.
The Roscommon County Democratic Party (RCDP) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. The topic is what we might do in northern Michigan for the run-off elections in Georgia Senate races. We are pleased to announce that we will be addressed by Erin Corbett, who works with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and will provide insight on how we might be more effective in our efforts.
Topic: Georgia on OUR mind!
Time: Nov 18, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
If you would like to take part in this Zoom leave us a message and we will share the meeting information.
Let me get personal here, I am tired of these people who call themselves Republicans. They sit on their hands while the party of the President drives this country off a CLIFF. Now I believe to vote is everyone’s responsibility in our active democracy but WE need more out of YOU who read these pages.
The next step is to put yourself on a ballot and I don’t care if it is as the dog catcher, a trustee, or a run for President. YOU can still do this, it isn’t too late to become a Precinct Delegate. You can file with the County Clerk in Roscommon (or where ever you live) by filing a Declaration of Intent form with the Clerk up until 4 p.m. on July 31st.
A Precinct Delegate is the next step in the process after being a voter. You put yourself out there as a leader in your community and I encourage you to do so. Below are a few words that further explain the role.
I would like to thank you personally for considering this role,
What is a Precinct Delegate?
The role of a precinct delegate is one of the most important yet least understood of any elected office. Precinct delegates to serve as a bridge between the Democrats in your neighborhood and the Democratic Party. Additionally, each precinct delegate represents their neighborhood at Democratic Party meetings. It is the active precinct delegate who wins elections for the Democratic Party.
What do Precinct Delegates do?
- Help Democrats get registered to vote.
- Take information on issues and candidates to the voters in your precinct.
- Identify other Democrats, and recruit new Party members.
- Help turn out the Democratic vote in your neighborhood on Election Day.
- Keep Democratic leaders informed about the issues that concern voters.
The Roscommon County Democratic Party invites you to the 4th Congressional District Forum Part 2 with our candidates Jerry Hilliard and Anthony Feig this Wednesday, May 27 at 6 p.m. We are again using a Zoom meeting format and by using the following link you can go directly to the meeting. You will then need to enter the room password, which is 48629 to get into the meeting.
If you wish to just listen to the meeting by phone, you can call (312) 626-6799 and follow the prompts to enter the following information.
Meeting ID: 836 7538 1045
We hope you can make this informative event.
The Roscommon County Democratic Party is pleased to announce a Zoom meeting to meet candidates for the Michigan Supreme Court, Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack and candidate Elizabeth Welch.
This year we have the opportunity to elect two candidates to our Michigan Supreme Court that support the values of the Democratic Party. We need justices on our Supreme Court that support people over corporations.
The Zoom meeting will take place on May 13th at 6 p.m. and the meeting ID will be released the week of this event. Please plan on attending by watching for the coming details.