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Convention News

May 18th, 2015

Hello Democrats,

Our 2015 county organizing convention is history, and although, like last year’s election, turn-out was atrociously low, some big changes came from it.  Here’s what happened at convention:

New Party Leadership

County party delegates elected new officers, and retained a couple officers to lead our party for the next two years.  Here is your new executive committee:

Chair – Stroh DeCaire

Vice Chair – Bob Buckles

Secretary – Allison Hess  (Retained as Secretary)

Treasurer – Kevin Nagle  (Retained as Treasurer)

Our party is in very good hands with our new leadership  Please offer them your support as they guide our party into the future.

Changing Values

Our platform committee offered a few alterations to our Statement of Values, and after a brief debate, the motion to approve the recommended changes passed unanimously by convention attendees.  You can view our revised Statement of Values by clicking on the tab above.

A Farewell Message

As your outgoing party chair, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who supported me over the last couple years.  It has been my honor to serve the Davis County Democratic Party.

In the last two years, we’ve seen the largest turn-out at the  neighborhood caucuses in years, and the second highest attendance in the state (right behind Salt Lake county).  We’ve facilitated the formation of several officially recognized issues caucuses, (and it should be noted that we’re currently the only county party to have issues caucuses and a mechanism to officially recognize them as part of our party structure).  We fielded a full slate of candidates in the 2014 election cycle.  And we raised the visibility of our county Democratic party to a point that at least one state-wide candidate, Charles Stormont, believed Davis county voters could make the difference between a win and a loss for him.  Unfortunately, however, Davis county was part of the lowest voter participation in Utah’s history, and we didn’t deliver for Charles.  But despite low voter participation, our party has grown significantly over the last few years, and continues to grow.  It’s humbling to me to be a part of that.

I chose not to run for a second term as party chair because I believe we benefit from a change of leadership from time to time, and because I’ve put much of my life on the back burner for the last few years as I’ve dedicated my energies toward helping build our party.  It’s time for me to focus some attention on other goals, but I step down knowing our party is in the hands of such capable leaders.

Remember, though, our leaders can’t do it alone.  Our party is nothing if you don’t get involved.  In our last election some of our candidates lost by less than the number of Democrats who didn’t bother to vote, (even with the ease of a ballot being sent to every registered voter’s home).  Whether it’s apathy, resignation, or a feeling of hopelessness, Democratic losses in our county have become a self-fulfilling prophecy.  Our party leaders can only do so much, the rest is up to you.  Step up when offered the opportunity help your party.  Take the initiative to get involved.  And when the elections come around, there is no excuse not to vote.

The end of my term is a bittersweet moment for me.  I’m proud of our accomplishments, even though there is much more to be done, and more I wanted to achieve, but the future of our party is very bright, and Stroh, Bob, Allison, and Kevin will serve us well as we move forward.

Taylor and Mayne Dinner

June 12th marks the date of of the State Party’s Taylor and Mayne Awards Dinner taking place this year at Tracy Aviary.  This fundraising event (tickets can be purchased here) is also an opportunity to honor some hard-working Democrats, and grassroots organizers.  If you’d like to nominate someone for either the Todd Taylor or Ed Mayne award, the State Party is accepting nominations online by following this link:  Taylor & Mayne Awards Nominations

And Speaking of Awards…

Each year at our county convention, we honor one of our dedicated Davis County Democratic volunteers by presenting them with the Spirit of our Community award.  This is a way of recognizing those people who go the extra mile to make  build our party, who represent our Democratic values, and who help better our community.  This year’s recipient is Kathy Dennis.  Kathy is one of our hardest working, and most dedicated volunteers, and it’s very right that we acknowledge her for her the tremendous amount of time and energy she has given to our county, and party.

 

DonkeyDem

 

Who Will Lead Our Party

May 6th, 2015

Hello Democrats,

female-politicianIn just over a week party delegates will gather at our county convention to elect new party officers.  But before they speak at convention, we’ve offered each candidate the opportunity to provide a brief campaign pitch here.  Please consider each officer candidate carefully before deciding who you’d like to have lead our party for the next two years.

 

Candidates for Chair:

STROH DECAIRE: -  www.strohdecaire.com

My name is Stroh DeCaire, and I’m committed to making your voice heard in Utah.  Like you, I want to play an active role in making my community, state, and county a safer, better place to raise my children, live, work, play, and forge a future filled with unlimited promise.

Our Democratic message is synonymous with the morals, values, and ethics that the vast majority of Utahn’s live their lives by.  It’s up to us as Democrats to promote this message and raze the walls that have been constructed over the past few decades by a one-sided political process throughout our State.  We here in Davis County have a large pool of strong candidates for county, and state offices, and through creative grassroots organizing, dynamic campaigning, and aggressive fundraising we can begin to win local elections.

 

TREVOR TIDWELL:

Hi! I am Trevor Tidwell. I’m asking for your vote to become the Chair of our county party. I have lived in Davis County my whole life. This is my home. I love the people of this community- shortcomings and all. I’ve watched our leaders and communities make poorer and poorer choices- things that make me sad, mad, and frustrated.

We must show our neighbors that we’re the better choice. We need to up our game in community involvement, outreach, and communication. We need to spend less time in meetings and more time in action. The Davis County Democratic Party is the party of Davis County values; of Utah values; of Family values. It is time to demonstrate it.

Candidates for Vice Chair

BOB BUCKLES:

I have been involved in Utah Democratic Party politics for four years, serving as Clinton/Sunset District 13 Legislative Chair since 2012 and running for the State Legislature in 2014.  I regularly attend county and state party meetings, have organized events including our participation in Clinton and Sunset City parades, and canvassed door to door as a volunteer supporter and as a candidate.

My goal as vice chair will be to continue building the Democratic Party in Davis County, support our local and statewide candidates, and press the Republican office holders to support issues that benefit the people of Utah.  We need to be inclusive as a party, welcoming all those who support our key values, while accepting that there will be different opinions on some issues.  At the same time, we are an opposition party in this state and our goal should not be to become “Republican light” in an attempt to win elections in very conservative districts.  Thank you for considering me to be to be your Davis Dems Vice Chair.

 

JAMES STOLHAND:

[No submission received]

 

Candidates for Secretary

ALLISON HESS:

I’m Allison Barlow Hess and I am serving currently as the secretary for the Davis County Democrats.  Professionally, I have worked as the public relations director for Weber State University for five years.  Previous to that, I was a journalism professor at the university and advised the student newspaper, The Signpost, for nine years.  I have a master’s degree in Public Administration from Brigham Young University.

I have volunteered on the board of the Utah Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for 10 years, serving two years as vice president and two years as president.  While I was president Utah was selected as the best small chapter in the nation.

I am a long-time Davis County resident.  I attended Layton Elementary and graduated from Davis High School.  I live in Fruit Heights, where my three sons are fourth generation Davis High graduates.

 

LYNN ANDERSON:

I live in Bountiful and graduated from Viewmont High School.  I am from a military family and I retired from a career in Hospital Administration / Health Information Systems.  As Secretary of Davis Democrats for the 2011-2013 term, it was very rewarding to me, to be part of the team of officers who grew our party’s treasury, quadrupled attendance at monthly meetings, and recruited a full slate of hard-working candidates.  If elected again as Secretary, I will work to meet and exceed those accomplishments in the 2015-2017 term.  I have a strong desire to serve and to be on the team that grows the Democratic Party’s influence in Davis County !

 

Candidate for Treasurer

KEVIN NAGLE:

[No submission received]

 

Volunteer at the County Convention

We need your help staffing tables at the convention.  Shifts are short, and the task is easy.  Follow this link to sign up to help:  CONVENTION VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP

 

State Party Officer Endorsement

Davis County’s own Marcus Stevenson is running for state party secretary.  Marcus is responsible for revitalizing the Young Democrats in our county, and served as chair of the College Democrats of Utah.  He is one of the hardest working young leaders in our party, and the Davis County Democratic Party is honored to endorse Marcus Stevenson for Utah Democratic Party Secretary.

 

DonkeyDem

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April 28th, 2015

Hello Democrats,

As we continue preparations for our upcoming county convention, we have some updates for you…

Nominations Deadline

Are you interested in taking a leadership role in our party?  Or do you know someone you think would make a great party chair, vice chair, secretary, or treasurer?  If so, let us know A.S.A.P.  Deadline for nominations or to declare your candidacy is May 1st.  To nominate yourself, or someone else, e-mail Geoff Partain at sfgeoff@live.com

Keynote Speaker

We are honored to announce that Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck will deliver our keynote speech at this year’s Davis County Democratic convention.

Rep. Chavez-Houck was elected in 2008 in house district 24, and currently serves as Minority Whip.  She sits on the Executive Appropriations Committee, the House Health and Human Services Committee, and the Health Reform Task Force.

Volunteers Needed

We need your help at the county convention.  We need people to help staff registration, information, and other tables.  Follow the link below to sign up for one of our short shifts:

Convention Volunteer Sign-Up

What Do We Value?

In our county party, we call our party platform our Statement of Values, and every couple years our platform committee reviews our values statement to determine what changes (if any) we’d like to make to it.  Recommended changes are then presented at convention and voted upon by attendees.  If you’d like to be a member of our platform committee, please e-mail Karen Russell at krussell62@gmail.com

For More information about our 2015 County Organizing Convention, please scroll down.

DonkeyDem

 

It’s Convention Time!

March 26th, 2015

Hello Democrats!

It’s an odd numbered year, and that means it an Organizing Convention year.  This year our convention will be held on May 16th, at Layton High School.

An organizing convention is where we elect new county party officers, and legislative district officers.  It’s also a time when we make changes to our county party platform, (which we call a Statement of Values in Davis county).

Here are the Details:

Davis County Democratic Party Organizing Convention

Date:  May 16, 2015

Time:

Registration Opens:  9:00 a.m.

Issues Caucuses Meet:  9:30 a.m.

Call To Order:  10:30 a.m.

Place:  Layton High School

Address:  440 Wasatch Drive, Layton, Utah

Additional details to come.

 

Call For Nominations

County party delegates will elect officers who will administer our party for the next two years.  Anyone interested in standing for a leadership position should notify Geoff Partain ( sfgeoff@live.com ) of your intent.  The deadline to file for candidacy is May 1, 2015.  Officer positions include:  Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer.

Call For Nominations II

Davis County is divided into ten Legislative Districts.  Each district contains neighborhood Precincts.  At our organizing convention, attendees will break into their legislative district groups to elect Legislative District Officers.  “Leg.” officers help organize and coordinate party activities in their district, and assist precinct officers build our party at the neighborhood level.

We do not have a filing deadline for Legislative District officers, however individuals interested in standing for a position are encouraged to notify Geoff Partain ( sfgeoff@live.com ).  Leg. District positions include Chair and Vice Chair(s).

 

DonkeyDem

Democratic Inactivity leads to Republican Victory.

 

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Reminders

January 25th, 2015

Hello Democrats!

Just a few end-of-month reminders:

Central Committee 2015

Our first Central Committee meeting of the new year will be Tuesday, January 27, at 6:30 p.m.  We’ll meet, as usual, at the County Administrative building (61 South Main Street, Farmington), in the First Floor Auditorium.

It’s That Time of Year Again

Our party’s county organizing convention is just around the corner, and we need volunteers to staff our Convention Organizing Committee.  We also need people to serve on the platform committee as well.  If you’re willing to take an active role in your party by serving on a (short term) committee, e-mail Geoff at sfgeoff@live.com .

Rally:  Clean Air, No Excuses

We knew getting our Republican legislators to take our filthy air seriously was going be a long slog.  We got their attention with last year’s huge rally, now we must keep the pressure on them.  Join with your fellow citizens this Saturday, January 31, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m., at the State Capitol for the 2015 rally for clean air.  Follow this link for more information: Clean Air, No Excuses

Global Divestment Day

Working from the premise that clean energy is an essential component of clean air and a healthy environment, Utah Fossil Free is encouraging the University of Utah to divest itself of its fossil fuel holdings.  Join the march and rally on Friday, February 13th.  Beginning at noon, meet at the Rice-Eccles Trax Station, then march en masse to President’s Circle for the rally.  Follow this link for more information:  Global Divestment Day

 

 

DonkeyDem

 

 

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