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Issues Caucuses at the Convention

April 18th, 2014

Hello Democrats

Our County Convention is this weekend, (Saturday, April 19th), and this year we have more opportunities for you to become involved in our Democratic community.  Several issues caucuses have formed (or are forming), and will meet at our convention, and you are invited to join them.  Here are some of the caucuses that will be meeting at the convention at 10:00 a.m.:

ldsdemslogoLDS Democrats

Join the LDS Dems and meet other Mormons who know that Democratic values are LDS values.  This caucus has the potential to become the largest Democratic issues group in the county, and a positive force in our community, and as it grows, so does our party.

Environmental Caucus

The Environmental Caucus is just organizing, but it’s hitting the ground running.  The Environmental Caucus was formed in response to the unhealthy air quality in our county and state, and to promote better stewardship of our natural resources.  The Environmental Caucus welcomes Utah Senator Gene Davis will be addressing caucus attendees at the convention.

Education Caucus

We all know the facts: Utah spends the least on education per student, and our classrooms are the most over-crowded.  Our dedicated teachers and administrators are doing amazingly well with the very little they have to work with, but Utah still comes in at or near the bottom of many education related lists.  And if political conservatives have their way, things could get worse for educators, and especially for students, in our county.  We mustn’t let Ogden’s disastrous policies be replicated in our county.

Young Democrats

Our Young Democrats have been very busy organizing in our county over the last several months, and will be electing executive board members at this weekend’s convention.  Eighteen to 36 year old citizens are potentially the largest voting block in our county, and since this age group tends to lean Democratic our young voters could change the outcome of every race in our county.  Join the Young Dems to help make that happen.

Women’s Caucus

Our county is home to some of Utah’s most amazing women, and they make up 49.7% of our county’s population, yet women are severely under-represented in our local and state government.  And Republican Party policies are often hostile to the interests of half our population.  Something must change and our Women’s Caucus are organizing to make that change happen.

Stonewall Democrats

Utah’s governor, attorney general, and many legislators are actively hostile toward LGBT citizens in our state.  Even as public opinion supports equality for all citizens our state government continues to support policies, statutes and laws that single out lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Utahns for discrimination.  Stonewall Democrats are organizing to help bring equality to our county and state.

Labor Caucus

Workers built our country.  Everything that our country is came from the hard work of our people, often while working long hours in unsafe working conditions and for meagre wages.  But as obvious as that fact may be, corporate profits and CEO benefits are often treated as more important than the workers who create them.  Unions are responsible for, among other things, a 40-hour workweek, child labor laws, and safe working conditions, but labor unions and the right to organize are constantly under attack, and it’s the workers, the real job creators, who suffer.  Support workers, join our Labor Caucus.

Issues Caucuses will meet at 10:00 a.m.  The convention will call to order at 11:30 a.m.  You’ll have time to attend a caucus meeting, and then check-in for the convention after the caucus meets.


Call To Convention

April 15th, 2014

Hello Democrats,

County Convention

Join us this weekend (April 19th) for our 2014 Davis County Democratic Party Convention.  Here are the details:


April 19, 2014


Registration Opens – 10:00 a.m.

Issues Caucus Meetings – 10:00 a.m.

Call to Order – 11:30 a.m.


Kaysville Junior High School (100 East 350 South)

If you’re available to help at convention, please contact Geoff Partain at  We still have several volunteer tasks available and would appreciate your time.

At convention you’ll have an opportunity to meet our Democratic candidates, perhaps become a delegate to the State convention, and be inspired by other Democrats in our county.

Utah State Democratic Convention

The state party convention takes place the weekend following our county convention.  Among the tasks to be completed at the state convention is the election of a new party chair to replace Jim Dabakis who is stepping down to attend to health concerns.  Congressional District 1 delegates will also cast their vote for either Peter Clemens or Donna McAleer to represent our party against Republican Rob Bishop, or to send them to a primary election.  Here are the State Convention details:


April 26, 2014


Registration Opens – 7:30 a.m.

Caucus Session 1 – 7:45 a.m.

Caucus Session 2 – 9:00 a.m.

Call to Order – 10:30 a.m.


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Taylor & Mayne Party

The Taylor & Mayne Party State Party’s annual fundraising event will be April 25th, 6-10 p.m.  This year the event will take place at The Depot (400 W. South Temple), and will honor Weston Clark and Laura Jo McDermaid.  Tickets are still available and can be purchased online here:  Taylor & Mayne Party

Central Committee Meeting

Our county party’s Central Committee meets the last Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.  This month we’ll be meeting on April 29th.  The Central Committee meets at the Davis County Administrative Building (61 South Main Street, Farmington, Utah).  Please note:  We will be meeting in the main floor Auditorium, NOT our usual 3rd floor conference room.




Davis Dems Merge with Davis GOP

April 1st, 2014

Hello Democrats,

We’re excited to announce that the Davis County Democratic Party has finalized plans to merge with the Davis County Republicans to create one big party.  There are many advantages to a merger, not the least of which being financial.  We will no longer face the difficult challenge to raise funds for our party’s operations or to help support candidates.  And the county’s GOP benefit from a new progressive wing of their party to balance out the influence of their Tea-Party wing.  It’s a win-win situation.  Additional details will be announced at our convention later this month.

This, of course, is an April Fools story.  We would never merge with the Republican Party, but we may fade into oblivion without the support of active Democrats, and here are a few things to take note of so you can become more active in our party:

LDS Dems Conference Breakfast

ldsdemslogoThis year’s LDS spring-time conference begins April 5th, and Davis County LDS Democrats continue their tradition of joining together for a pancake breakfast before the conference begins.  For more information about the event that begins at 8:00 a.m., visit this link: LDS Dems Conference Breakfast.

Davis County Young Dems On A Roll

Join our county’s Young Democrats for an evening of bowling.  This is a great opportunity to meet other Young Dems and have a great time at the same time.  The fun will take place April 11th, at 6:00 p.m.  Meet up at Davis Lanes (1396 North Main, Layton).  A $2.00 donation is requested.

And if you’re between 16 and 36 years of age, consider joining the Davis County Young Democrats’ executive committee.  The YD will be filling the positions of Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer at the Davis County convention on April 19th.  For more information about either of these events, contact Marcus Stevenson at

Breakfast with Dems

And after an evening of bowling with the Young Dems, join us the next morning for our Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-up at Granny Annie’s restaurant in Kaysville.  Everyone is welcome.  This month you’ll have the opportunity to meet some of the Democratic candidates running in our county.  As usual, we meet at 10:00 a.m. at Granny Annie’s (286 N 400 W, Kaysville) in the rear banquet room.

Mark Your Calendars For April 19th The Davis County Democratic Convention will take place April 19th at Kaysville Junior High School (100 East 350 South, Kaysville).  Registration and Issues Caucus Meetings begin at 10:00 a.m., Call To Order at 11:00 a.m.  Come and let your voice be heard.

Issues Caucuses

Our county party is pleased to announce the formation of a few new issues caucuses: The Environmental Caucus, The Education Caucus, and a Davis County chapter of the Stonewall Democrats (LGBT caucus) have formed and are looking for members.  Learn more about them at the county convention, or if you’re interested in getting involved sooner contact Geoff Partain at

…And Finally, a Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our neighborhood caucuses a couple weeks ago.  We had excellent turn-out, the second highest turn-out of all the counties in Utah!  Who said there weren’t any Democrats in Davis County?




Our 2014 Davis County Democratic Candidates

March 21st, 2014

Hello Democrats,

We want to formally announce our roster of Davis County Democratic Candidates:

County Commission A – Steve Andersen
County Commission B – Pam Udy
HD 11 – Amy Morgan (Weber County)
HD 12 – Joseph Marrero (Weber County)
HD 13 – Bob Buckles
HD 14 – Cheryl Phipps
HD 15 – Richard Miller
HD 16 – Doug Sill
HD 17 – Eric Last
HD 18 – Richard Bagley
HD 19 – Lynn Anderson
HD 19 – Dan Donahoe
HD 20 – Donna Taylor
State Senate 21 – Sherri Tatton
State Senate 22 – Kip Sayre

We are so lucky to have such a great group of smart, committed, and capable women and men stepping up to run for public office.  Once they’ve had a chance to set up their campaigns we’ll update you with their web site and contact information.  They will need your support, both physical and financial, so please be generous with both.


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Central Committee Meeting

March 21st, 2014

Hello Democrats,

This is just a quick reminder that our county party Central Committee will meet this Tuesday, March 25th, at 6:30 p.m.  We meet in Room 306 of the Davis County Administrative Building (61 South Main Street, Farmington).

We’ll be discussing our recent Democratic Caucuses, deconstructing the experience (what worked, what didn’t), and analyzing the data collected from caucus attendees.

Members of the Central Committee include Leg. Chairs, Precinct Chairs, and and a representative from each officially recognized issue caucus.



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