Posts Tagged ‘Oakland County Democratic Party’

September Meetings and Events

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

September is a busy month, here are events to add to your calendar. The North Oakland Democratic Club (NODC) needs your support in these areas:

Oakland County Democratic Party (OCDP) meeting Tuesday, Sept 8th, 7 PM at the Oakland County Commissioners Auditorium 1200 N. Telegraph Rd, Pontiac, MI

8th District Committee Meeting Thursday, September 10, 6:30 PM,St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 700 Columbia Dr, Durand, MI 48429 [ Map ] – find out what is happening with the 8th District!

Join the NODC Saturday, September 12, as we walk in the Carry Nation Festival Parade. The parade begins Airport Rd at Saginaw St. We will start from the p arking lot of VFW Post 5587, 201 Airport Dr at 9:15 AM Parade begins at 10 AM
The parade ends at Karl Richter Campus School 920 E Baird St the parade route is about 1.3 miles
We plan to provide transportation from Karl Richter back to the VFW Hall on Airport Dr.

The NODC monthly meeting Wed. September 16th at 6:30 PM at the Clarkston Union Bar & Kitchen, 54 S. Main St (M-15), Clarkston, MI 48346
We will meet in the M/C, which is located in the lower level. We will be discussing plans for Septemberfest in Ortonville (9/26) and Taste of Clarkston (09/27)
Location: Clarkston Union (M/C) 54 Main St, Clarkston, MI 48346, Contact: Phil Reid 248-812-9203

The NODC will be in Ortonville for Septemberfest, Saturday, September 26th, join us as we represent the Democratic Party in Brandon Twp. We expect be in the area of Mill St and South St. [ Map ] with our canopy. Contact: Phil Reid 248-812-9203

The NODC will be in Clarkston for their annual Taste of Clarkston, Sunday, September 27th, we will be in the area of Main St. and Washington St.

October 4th is the annual OCDP Phil Hart Dinner, at the Somerset Inn in Troy MI, Dinner begins at 7 PM. This year’s keynote speaker will be Congressman Barney Frank. Tickets are $85, and the NODC should have a table at this event. Please let me know if you can attend (248-812-9203).

Please reply back to me if you have any questions (pwreid1@aol.com)
Phil Reid, Chair, North Oakland Democratic Club
8th District V/C, Oakland County Democratic Party

October events – now is the time to get involved!

Monday, October 13th, 2008

October meetings:
Next Oakland County Democratic Party meeting is Tuesday, 7PM October 14th at the Oakland County Commissioners Auditorium, 1200 N Telegraph Rd, Pontiac

NODC events:
Debate watching party – join us Wednesday, October 15th – contact info@northoakland-dems.org for details.

Clarkson/Brandon/Springfield – meet with us Thursday October 16th at the Independence Township Fire Department training room from 7 PM to 8:30 PM, 6500 Citation Dr. Clarkston, east of S. Main St, north of M-15. We will discuss plans between now and election day for this area with Erik Buehmann, Field Organizer for the Michigan Campaign for Change.

Orion/Oxford/Addison – meet with us Thursday October 23rd at the Orion Twp Library, meeting room A from 7 PM to 8:30 PM, 825 Joslyn Rd, Lake Orion, north of Clarkston Rd. We will discuss plans between now and election day for this area with Erik Buehmann, Field Organizer for the Michigan Campaign for Change.

Holly/Rose/Groveland – meet with us Tuesday October 21st at the Groveland Township Hall, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM, 4695. Grange Hall Rd, Holly, (beween Dixie Hwy and Ortonville Rd) We will discuss plans between now and election day for this area with Sarah Bruhn, Field Organizer for the Michigan Campaign for Change.

Looking for campaign signs?
We have Obama/Biden ($5), Diane Hathaway for Michigan Supmem Court, Senator Carl Levin, Bob Alexander for Congress, Mark Venie for State Rep. (District 44), Brenda Lawrence for Oakland County Executive, Jessica Cooper for Oakland County Prosecutor, Andy Meisner for County Treasurer, Jayne Boudreau for Oakland County Sheriff, Sheila Smith for Oakland County Clerk/Register of Deeds, Mary Ellen Brennan for 6th Circuit Court? if so, let us know at info@northoakland-dems.org

Still time to become a Precinct Delegate

Monday, July 14th, 2008

Delegates are elected in the 2008 primary election on Tuesday August 5th, and then serve for two years.

When you vote in the Primary on August 5th, be sure to mark the front and the back of the ballot, including for Democratic Precinct Delegates.

There is still time to help get the whole ticket elected by filing as a Write-In candidate. They must file with their local township Clerk before 4PM on Friday August 1.

First, you might want to check to see if people are already on the ballot for Precinct Delegate:
http://www.oakgov.com/clerkrod/division_committee/elections/20080805_election/democratic_delegates.pdf

Write-In Candidates need to fill out Declaration of Intent forms—download at http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Dec-Int-Prc_152628_7.pdf.

To be eligible for election as a Precinct Delegate, you must have lived in the precinct you are seeking to represent as Delegate for at least 30 days preceding the August 5 primary election.

The primary role of a Precinct Delegate is to vote at County, Congressional District, and State Conventions, however Precinct Delegates can also coordinate volunteers to help with voter identification in their precincts.

For more information on this topic send an inquiry to info@northoakland-dems.org

Become a Precinct Delegate!

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Precinct Delegates vote at the County Party, Congressional District and State Party Conventions.

Precinct Delegates elect Democratic Party leaders and support the Democratic Party.

The filing deadline to be on the August 5th Primary Ballot as a Precinct Delegate Candidate is Tuesday May 13th (4 PM), but don’t wait! Download the form, complete the form, and turn it in to your local or county clerk. Your signature must be Notarized when you sign it. Check with your Township Clerk to see if they can Notarize it for you.

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Aff-ID_Precnt_139901_7.pdf

Check the Oakland County Clerk’s web site to see if we need you to file for precinct delegate:
http://www.oakgov.com/clerkrod/division_committee/elections/20080805_election/delegates.html

Don’t know your precinct? Find out here:
https://services2.sos.state.mi.us/mivote/

Township Clerks:
Addison:
Phone (248) 628-3317 Pauline Bennett

Brandon:
Phone (248) 627-2851 B. Jean McCreery

Groveland:
Phone (248) 634-4152 Pamela Mazich

Holly:
Phone (248) 634-9331 Ext. 301 Karin S. Winchester, CMC

Independence:
Phone (248) 625-5111 Ext. 202 Shelagh VanderVeen

Orion:
Phone (248) 391-0304 Ext. 104 Jill D. Bastian

Oxford:
Phone (248) 628-9787 Ext. 5 Clara J. Sanderson

Rose:
Phone (248) 634-8701 Alison K. Kalcec

Springfield:
Phone (248) 846-6510 Nancy Strole

DNC Chair Howard Dean to Keynote Oakland County Democratic Party Annual Dinner

Sunday, October 7th, 2007

DNC Chairman Governor Howard Dean will be the keynote speaker at the OCDP’s 47th annual Phil Hart dinner Sunday, October 28 at Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills.

More event details [Link], Phil Hart order form [Link], About Senator Phil Hart [Link]

The Oakland County Democratic Party today announced that Democratic National Committee Chairman Governor Howard Dean will be the keynote speaker at the OCDP’s 47th annual Phil Hart dinner on Sunday, October 28 at Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills.

The Oakland County Democratic Party today announced that Democratic National Committee Chairman Governor Howard Dean will be the keynote speaker at the OCDP’s 47th annual Phil Hart dinner on Sunday, October 28 at Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills.

As DNC Chair, Governor Dean has been committed to building the grassroots of the Democratic Party and strengthening state and county Democratic Parties through the DNC’s “50 State Strategy.”

“Governor Dean’s commitment to rebuilding our party from the ground up has generated excitement in our party,” said David Woodward, Oakland County Democratic Party Chairman. “We are excited to have national support in our effort to elect Democratic leaders on the local, state and national level.”

Kary Moss, Executive Director ACLU of Michigan, will be honored as the 2007 recipient of OCDP’s highest annual recognition, the Tim Dinan Community Service Award.

Phil Reid and Sandy Burgess will receive the 2007 Precinct Delegate of the Year Awards.

Spike from The Mojo in the Morning Show on Channel 955 will be master of ceremonies.

Jim and Janet Blanchard are honorary chairs.

The dinner is a premier regional event. It honors the late U.S. Senator Phil Hart, admired as “The Conscience of the Senate.” The event helps fund Democratic campaigns in Oakland County and the state of Michigan.

Dinner at 7 p.m. follows 6 p.m. Sponsors and Hundred Club receptions. All events take place at Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills. [Map]

The event is open to the public. Tickets start at $85 per person and are available by calling OCDP at 248-584-0510 or online at http://www.ocdp.org/philhart/order.php