Aug 23

Annual Dog ‘N’ Suds Fundraiser

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Join us for our annual Dog ‘N’ Suds fundraising event featuring hot dogs and beer (and other delicious food), door prizes, special drinks for the kids and good company! The cost is just $10 and goes to support the Kent County Democratic Party. The Dog ‘N’ Suds will be held Saturday, October 10th from 4pm-7pm, located at the Fire Fighter’s Hall at 1930 Fuller Ave NE in Grand Rapids, 49505.

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Aug 02

Welcome to the Kent County Democratic Party!

dem donkeyA strong middle-class. Fair wages. Equal pay for equal work. Quality education for our children. An end to poverty. A secure retirement. Quality, affordable health care. Protecting the environment. The Kent County Democratic Party fights every day for the values that you hold dear. You can be part of it. Join us as we fight for your values every day in Lansing, Washington, and right here in Kent County. The 2016 election is right around the corner and we need your help now more than ever. Sign up to receive updates today or join us at our monthly meeting.

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Jun 24

4th of July Volunteer Opportunities

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East Grand Rapids 4th of July Parade 2013

Show your support for Kent County Democrats on the 4th of July!

Please join us as we walk in parades throughout the community! To RSVP please email

Grand Rapids Hollyhock Lane Parade – Assemble at 8 a.m. at 1000 Calvin Ave SE in Grand Rapids, 49506. Step off at 8:30 a.m. For more information about the Hollyhock Lane Parade click here.

Kentwood Independence Day Parade – Assemble at 9 am at the Dollar Tree parking lot at the Southeast corner of Eastern and 52nd Street. Step off at 9:30 am. For more information click here or map it.

East Grand Rapids Independence Day Parade – Assemble at 11:30 a.m. at the EGR Schools Woodcliff Administration Building at the corner of Lake Dr. and Hall Street. Step off at 12 p.m. This is a long parade, please plan for parking and return to your parking locations. For more information click here or map it.



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Jun 14

Kent Dems Monthly Meetings

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Join the Kent County Democratic Party for our monthly meetings every 2nd Wednesday of the month. Meetings begin at 7pm at the American Postal Workers Union, located at 2554 Burlingame Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49509. Learn about opportunities to volunteer and what we’re working on for 2016. We hope to see you there!

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Jun 14

Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Volunteer Meeting In Grand Rapids!

Join local Democrats to learn about Bernie and opportunities to volunteer. Enjoy great food and a great discussion about the campaign, the possibility of a future visit from Senator Sanders and how you can get involved. Sponsored by Michiganders for Bernie Sanders. The event will be held on Tuesday June 23rd beginning at 5pm, located at Yesterdog’s 1505 Wealthy St SE, Grand Rapids 49506. For more information RSVP on Fabebook here.

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Apr 27

Democratic Party Training

​Join Kent County Democrats and the Michigan Democratic Party for a training on best practices for campaigns and political organizing. Learn about more opportunities to get involved in local politics and elections. Topics covered by the training will include campaign finance and compliance rules, budgeting and fundraising, VAN database management, campaign planning and communications. The training will be held on Tuesday, May 19th from 6pm to 9pm, at the AFL-CIO Labor Temple located at 918 Benjamin Ave NE, Grand Rapids 49503. To RSVP please call (616) 406-1573.

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Apr 27

Senator Gary Peters in Grand Rapids!

Please join Senator Gary Peters for a brown bag lunch to talk about the issues important to you and to hear about what’s happening in Washington. This is a great opportunity to meet your elected representatives and to share your concerns with government. The event will be held this Friday, May 1, from 12pm until 1:30pm at Yesterdog’s, 1505 Wealthy Street SE.

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Feb 18

Michigan Progressive Women’s Caucus launches new online tool to help women engage in state policy

MI Progressive Women's CaucusThe Michigan Progressive Women’s Caucus is very pleased to announce the launch of their new website at: This website was designed as a tool to help women get more engaged in the legislative process and to provide the tools and resources to make your voice heard on the issues that matter most to you and your family.

Please take a few minutes to check it out, share it with your friends, and subscribe to receive our E-News updates.

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Jan 19

Take the $15 for 15 Challenge


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In 2014, we spent our political PAC funds down to practically nothing in order to give our candidates the resources that they needed to be successful.  We left it all of the field and didn’t hold back.  But now we need to begin to rebuild for 2016.  Let’s face it… elections are becoming more and more competitive and more and more expensive.

We are challenging each of our members to pitch-in $15 in 2015 to get the ball rolling on 2016.  Do you accept the challenge?  Click here!



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