The fundamental principles of the Democratic Party of Garland County are the promotion of individual freedom, equality of opportunity, community empowerment, a healthy environment, and a vibrant democracy. All are essential if Arkansas is to reach its full potential.The Democratic Party of Garland County meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 5:00 p.m. at the Arkansas School for Math, Science, and the Arts. All interested individuals are encouraged to attend!
If you weren't able to attend the Fiesta Fundraiser, you missed a fantastic event!
We had a packed house, and good food, good friends, and a good time was had by all!
A special thanks goes to all of the ladies on our food and events committee, who once again outdid themselves - even down to hand delivering the leftover food to families in need in our community.
For those of you who couldn't make it, see the handout from Dr. Roebuck that has some very valuable information on gerrymandering. Please feel free to share with others.
The Fiesta was a sellout
Dr. Johnnie Roebuck spoke on Gerrymandering
Dr. Tommie Roebuck (right) visited with Dr. Gene Shelby and spouse
Dr. Johnnie Roebuck with Melinda Smith and Hayden Shamel
Candidate & Campaign Training
The DPGC was well represented at yesterday's candidate and campaign training in Little Rock. We had more in attendance than from any other group, and our attendees are excited to share with you the strategies we learned!
Part of our Group
Healthcare Not Wealthcare Rally Sat May 20th
The DPGC aired its concerns about a House bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act during a public rally at it's headquarters.
We will continure to fight to ensure we protect the most vulnerable among us in our community.
Rally participants voiced their concerns to Rep. Bruce Westerman
May DPGC Meeting
The May meeting topic was "Our Immigrant Neighbors," was phenomenal. Special thanks to guest speaker Akau Anyeieth who shared his personal story about what we can do to help immigrants living in our community as we fight back against this administration's shameful anti-immigrant policies.
Chair Hayden Shamel
The May meeting was well attended.
Serious topic had it's lighter moments.
Democratic Club of Hot Springs Village Spring Meeting
DPGC Chair, Hayden Shamel and Saline County Chair, Dustin Parsons spoke at the Spring meeting of the Democratic Club of Hot Springs Village.
April Brown Bag Meeting
The speaker was Harold "Butch" Davis, a chief judge for the Garland County Election Commission. It was an excellent presentation which discussed voter laws, provisional ballots, recent changes to Arkansas voter ID laws, along with other related topics.
Harold "Butch" Davis
Harold "Butch" Davis
DPGC April Meeting
Tony Houston, President of CHI St. Vincent was the guest speaker.