The stakes Are High in the 2020 election
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As is often said, America’s diversity is her strength. I ask you to join me and our Board, to make WDC stronger through diversity-- a personal priority of mine. This will mean reaching more people who will bring geographic, age, racial and socioeconomic diversity. It means expanding our network, coordinating with other transformative organizations, building community with them, and working together to amplify our collective voice. Diana Conway | WDC President
Here’s a rundown of our work—which of these has your name on it?
Arranging for our outstanding luncheon speakers, and working with venues and menus to bring speakers to locales around our County. Recent speakers have ranged from Senator Chris Van Hollen and Dr. Jill Biden, to reporters, pollsters, authors and leaders of organizations focused on Democratic priorities – such as documenting and fighting voter suppression in court and on the ground.
Networking with other activists and organizations at WDC events like our monthly Happy Hour.
Organizing timely community education forums such as the upcoming programs on school desegregation policy and the inner workings of the Maryland Democratic Party.
Maintaining our high quality web page and calendar with resources and links to events organized by WDC as well as the broader policy/political community.
On-the-ground canvassing, post-carding, and phone- and text-banking for candidates in our County and across the country.
Supporting the work of our sister Democratic Clubs and like-minded organizations.
A new initiative to build strong new connections to organizations with populations WDC hasn’t traditionally reached. Democrats say that diversity is our strength; we want to strengthen WDC – by age, socio-economics, geography, race – all of it.
Advocating with elected leaders and officials on policy issues from family law to criminal justice reform.
Supporting Democratic nominees in our County and across the rest of our country.
The stakes in the 2020 election make all of this work urgent. Join us!