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It’s Election Time

October 8th, 2014

Hello Democrats!

The 2014 elections have arrived in Davis County.  The whole county, all registered voters, will be voting by mail, and ballots have been mailed out.  So, now we’re encouraging you to mark your ballots, sign them, and mail them back to the county clerk as soon as possible.  Why so soon, you may ask?  Because we can track which Democrats have not yet returned their ballots and we’ll be pestering the slow pokes to vote.  So, if you want to avoid annoying phone calls reminding you to vote, then return your ballot sooner than later.

If you don’t think voting matters, note this:  Because we’re voting by mail, voter participation increases, and that means our county’s Democrats and left-leaning Independents can tip the balance for candidates like Donna McAleer, Luz Robles, and Charles Stormont, AND it means we can win some house seats!  But you gotta vote!

And in case you’ve forgotten who to vote for, here’s our slate of Democrats:

Attorney General – Charles Storemont

Congressional District 1 – Donna McAleer

Congressional District 2 – Luz Robles

House District 11 – Amy Morgan

House District 12 – Joseph Marrero

House District 13 – Bob Buckles

House District 14 – Cheryl Phipps

House District 15 – Rich Miller

House District 16 – Doug Sill

House District 17 – Eric Last

House District 18 – Richard Bagley

House District 19 – Dan Donahoe

House District 20 – Donna Taylor

Senate 21 – Sherri Tatton

Senate 22 – Kip Sayre

County Commission Seat A – Steve Andersen

County Commission Seat B – Pam Udy

This Week’s Upcoming Events:

Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up  – October 11th – 10:00 a.m. – Granny Annie’s Restaurant (286 N 400 W, Kaysville, UT 84037)  All are welcome!

NCOD InviteNational Coming Out Day - October 11th – The Stonewall Democrats of Davis County (LGBT Dems) challenge all Democrats to come out to the political closet.  We hear people saying all the time, “I thought I was the only Democrat in the county”.  When we come out to our friends, family, and ward members as proud Democrats we build our party, we take power away from those who belittle our values, and we stand as good examples to the next generation of leaders.

Join our Stonewall Democrats in celebration of National Coming Out Day:

3:00 p.m. – Come Out for lunch with us at Holy Smoke BBQ (855 Heritage Park Blvd, Layton) Entrees about $9.

8:00 p.m. – Come Out and boogie with us at Club Jam (751 N 300 W, Salt Lake City)  This is a 21+ venue.

All are welcome!



Calling All Democrats!

September 10th, 2014

Hello Democrats,

We’re only a month away from ballots being sent out to Davis County voters, and we need you to pitch in to help Democrats win.  Here are some ways you can get involved:

Healthcare in Utah

Join us at our Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up at 10:00 a.m., Sept. 14th, at Granny Annie’s restaurant in Kaysville (286 N 400 W, Kaysville, UT).  Our guest speaker from Utah Health Policy Project will discuss the state of healthcare in Utah, and what the future may hold for us.

Meet Some Candidates

The League of Women Voters has organized several Meet the Candidates events in our county.  Here are the details:
September 11th – 7:00 p.m. – DATC Rotunda (550 East 300 South, Kaysville) – Meet the candidates for Senate District 22 and House Districts 15, 16, and 17.September 18th – 7:00 p.m. – Bountiful City Hall (790 South 100 East) – Meet the candidates for House District 18, 19, and 20.

October 2nd – 7:00 p.m – Clearfield City Hall (55 South State St) – Meet the candidates for House District 11, 12, 13, and 14.
Meet Another Candidate
Colleen and Jolene Mewing are hosting a Meet & Greet for Charles Stormont, our wonderful candidate for Utah Attorney General.  Follow this link for more details about this event:  Charles Stormont Meet & Greet.
Pick Up The Phone
We are calling Democrats and progressive-leaning voters to remind them that our county is voting by mail this year, and to let them know about our terrific Democratic candidates.  Follow this link for our phone banking details:  Dialing For Democrats.
Watch For Signs
LDS Dems - Balance Utah PoliticsOur own candidate for County Commission, Steve Andersen, has sponsored a series of billboards along the Wasatch Front, including in Davis county, to promote Utah LDS Democrats.  Keep an eye out for them when you’re traveling along I-15.



August Update

August 2nd, 2014

Hello Democrats!

It’s August, and while House Republicans are taking the month off from being the Do-Nothingest congress in history, Davis County Democrats are hard at work in our community.  Here is some of what’s going on, but check back because we’re sure to add things throughout the month:

Two New Official Caucuses

At our last Central Committee meeting, the Davis County Education Caucus, and the Stonewall Democrats of Davis County submitted their applications to become officially recognized caucuses of the Davis County Democratic Party.  Having met the requirements to become officially recognized issues caucuses, they were ratified by unanimous consensus of the Central Committee.

If you’re concerned with public education in our county and state, or interested in issues concerning LGBT equality these caucuses are an opportunity for you to stay informed or become more involved in our community.

When Democrats Don’t Show Up, Republicans Win

What do local Republicans do better than local Democrats?  They get involved.  They volunteer to phone bank, staff a booth, or walk their neighborhood, and they vote.  Republicans don’t win because their ideas are better than ours, we know they’re not.  Democrats help Republicans win when we sit on our fannies instead of taking opportunities to move our party forward.  Here are two easy ways you can get involved this month so we don’t hand Republicans an easy win.

Wednesday Evening Phone Banking:  Dist. 18 Leg. Chair, RuthAnn Fisher has offered her office in North Salt Lake for Democrats to use for phone banking.  We’re calling Democrats and progressive-leaning Independents to let them know about our terrific candidates, and about our county’s new Mail-In Balloting plan.  For more information visit our Phone Banking Sign-Up Page.

Thursday Evening Farmers Market:  Our booth at the Bountiful Farmers Market has moved to the east side of the market providing more shade and more foot traffic.  This is a great opportunity to meet new Democrats, register new voters, and discuss Democratic ideas with people in our community.  To sign up for a shift at our farmers market booth, visit our Farmers Market Sign-Up Page.

GrannyAnniesSecond-Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up

Our next regular Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up will be August 9th, ant 10:00 a.m.  We meet in the rear banquet room at Granny Annie’s restaurant in Kaysville (286 North 400 West, Kaysville UT).  This month the Davis County Education Caucus will lead a discussion on public education with our candidates and attendees.  Everyone is welcome!

Young Democrats BBQ  (Older Dems are invited too)

donkey cookingJoin our Young Democrats at a BBQ on Saturday, August 9th, at 5:30 p.m., at the Layton Commons Park (437 N Wasatch Dr. Layton UT).  The highlight of this event promises to be a Kick Ball game between Young Dems and Old(er) Dems.  Everyone is invited (especially older Dems who need to teach the younger Dems a Kick Ball lesson).

Stonewall Democrats First Monthly Meet-Up

Stonewall Democrats will be hosting monthly Monday evening meet-ups in Clearfield at Burrito Grande restaurant (56 East 1700 South, Clearfield, UT).  The first meet-up will be August 11th, at 6:00 p.m.  This is a casual get together for all LGBTQ Dems and allies, and is an opportunity to meet the new caucus officers, make new friends, and enjoy some tasty food, (and I hear Burrito Grande has $2.00 margaritas on Mondays).  For more information visit the Stonewall Democrats event page.  All are welcome.

All’s Fair…

Davis County Democrats will again be hosting a booth at the Davis County Fair August 13th-16th.  Come join us as we show fair-goers that there are, indeed, Democrats in Davis County.  The fair is open each day from 11:00 a.m. til 9:00 p.m.  Save $2.00 on parking when you bring two nonperishable food items for the food drive.  To sign-up for a two-hour shift helping to staff our booth, visit our County Fair Sign-Up page.

Drinking with Dems

Although not officially associated with our county party, many Davis County Democrats meet the 2nd & 4th Sunday each month at 4:00 pm, at the Garage on Beck to socialize and enjoy good food and a drink (if one so desires).  Drinking with Dems is a casual get-together with no agenda, no speaker and no arranged topic of discussion for those 21 and over.  All are welcome.

Central Committee Meeting

Our county party’s Central Committee meets the last Tuesday each month at the Davis County Administrative Building (61 South Main St, Farmington, UT).  To have an item placed on the agenda, please contact Geoff Partain at

Dollars for Dems

This year is an election year, and if we’re going to influence the election in any meaningful way we’re going to have to be aggressive building our party and getting our message out to voters, and that takes money.  Don’t let the Republican’s Koch Brothers and ALEC money dictate the political message in our county.  Please take a moment and make a generous contribution to our party.  Click on the secure Act Blue thermometer link to safely make a donation online.  And if you can’t make a donation at this time, put a reminder on your calendar to do so later.  We also welcome a donation of your time if you prefer.




Happy Independence Day!

July 4th, 2014

Hello Democrats,

As we celebrate the 238th anniversary of our country’s independence Davis County Democrats are working hard to liberate our county from right-wing influence, and return to ethical, responsible, and rational representation of our citizens by Democrats elected to office.

We have many reasons to be optimistic this election year!  We have terrific candidates running in every House District race, and in just about every other race in our county too!  We’ve been registering new voters, and our party is growing by leaps and bounds!  And this year our county will be sending out Mail-In ballots to every registered voter which substantially increases voter participation and that benefits Democrats most!  But we don’t win on optimism alone.  We need you!

Volunteer – Volunteer – Volunteer

Do you get the idea that we need your help?  Davis County was once a deep blue county before Republicans seized control of just about every office in the county.  If Democrats are ever going to win elections in our county again it will only be with your help!  Our candidates need you to volunteer with their campaigns.  We need people to help make phone calls and walk our neighborhoods.  We need you help staff events like our booths at farmers markets and the county fair.  It’s only when we work together that we’ll create the momentum needed to put Democrats into office!

Money – Money – Money

We also need your financial contributions.  Republicans have seemingly endless piles of money, while we struggle with our meager few dollars to build our party and support our candidates.  To make matters worse, the Koch Brothers and ALEC are pouring cash into Utah and into Davis County Republican coffers.  We are good at stretching a buck, but that’s not good enough to compete against Republican money.  We need to raise funds to win.  Let’s set a record for raising money this July.  Click on the Act Blue thermometer and make a donation now.  It’s safe and secure and only takes a few moments.  And please be generous!

Welcome Madam Secretary!

The Davis County Democratic Party is delighted to welcome Allison Hess as our new party secretary!  In a unanimous vote Allison was elected secretary by our Central Committee on June 24th.  Allison brings with her a strong work ethic, a dedication to our party, and the skills needed to effectively and efficiently serve on our party’s Executive Committee.  And she’s darn nice too.

To Market, To Market…

tomato-with-american-flag51146929Davis County Democrats will again staff a booth at this year’s Bountiful Farmers Market.  This has been a great opportunity for our party to be more visible in our community, and provides us a chance to register new voters, pass out candidate information and yard signs, and to gather voter’s opinions on various issues.  We still have a few volunteer shifts available.  To sign up to help staff our booth, follow this link:  Davis Dems at the Bountiful Farmers Market

Calling All Dems

With our county’s mail-in balloting this year, we have a real opportunity to elect Democrats this fall, but only if Democrats and Independents vote.  We’ll be hosting two evenings of phone banking each month to educate voters about mail-in balloting and to let them know about our wonderful candidates.  Please sign up for as many evenings as you’d like by clicking on this link:  Davis Dems Phone Banking

Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up

Our July monthly Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up will be on July 12th, at 10:00 a.m.  We meet in the rear banquet room of Granny Annie’s Restaurant in Kaysville, (286 N 400 W, Kaysville, UT).  All are welcome to join us for breakfast and conversation.

LGBT Equality in Davis County

Stonewall Democrats of Davis County are seeking to become an officially recognized caucus of the our county party, and will be holding an organizing meeting on July 17th, at 6:30 p.m. at the Layton Library (155 Wasatch Drive, Layton, UT).  The mission of our Stonewall Democrats is to unite Davis County lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Democrats, and our allies, to work for equality for all citizens.  All are welcome to join.






June 3rd, 2014

Hello Democrats,

There’s a lot happening in the first half of this month, so let’s jump right to it:

Nominating Time Extended

The Central Committee has extended the nominating period for the position of Party Secretary until June 24th (our next Central Committee meeting).  If you have an interest in joining our Executive Board as Secretary, or would like to nominate someone for that position, please contact Geoff Partain at

The duties of the Secretary include taking minutes at the Central Committee meetings, distributing them prior to the next committee meeting, and maintaining an archive of minutes.  The Secretary will also help maintain our lists of precinct officers, delegates, and volunteers.  The party Secretary should be well organized and possess basic computer and word processing skills.

District’s 18, 19, & 20

Districts 18, 19 and 20 will be holding a precinct officers meeting at the North Salt Lake City Administration Building (10 East Center Street, NSL) this Wednesday, June 4th at 6:30 p.m.   Charles Stormont, our state candidate for Utah Attorney General, will join us, along with Donna Taylor (candidate for district 20—NSL), Kip Sayre (candidate for State Senate District 22), Richard Bagley (candidate for District 18—Centerville).

These Districts include Kaysville (with a little bit of Layton) south to North Salt Lake.

Utah Pride Parade

If you are interested in participating in the Utah Pride Parade, the Stonewall Democrats of Davis County will be joining the Stonewall Dems of Utah to march with the Women’s Democratic Club entry.  We will be assembling this Sunday, June 8th between 9 – 9:30, at 300 South between 4th and 5th East (closer to 400 East).  Look for Geoff Partain (who will be distributing t-shirts to participants) when you arrive for more instructions.  You do not need to be a member of the LGBT community, or of either the Stonewall Democrats or Women’s Democratic Club to march with this contingent.  Stonewall Dems will also be registering voters along the parade route and at the Pride Festival if you’re interested in helping with that.

Precinct Chairs Training

We are holding a short training for precinct officers on Saturday June 14th, at 9:00 a.m. at Granny Annie’s restaurant (286 N 400 W, Kaysville, rear banquet room).  If you are a precinct officer, or are interested in building the party, you are encouraged to join us.  Then stick around for our regular Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up at 10:00 a.m.

ldsdemslogoLDS Democrats Flag Day Voter Registration

Join the LDS Democrats for a Flag Day Voter Registration drive at the South Davis Recreation Center in Bountiful (550 North 200 West, Bountiful) on June 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Sign up for a shift here:  Flag Day Voter Registration

Save The Tribune

Senator Dabakis is leading the fight to save the Salt Lake Tribune newspaper, and with it an alternate point of view  The Deseret News, through some dirty dealings with a New York hedge fund, has gained control of its much larger rival, the Tribune, and is now starving it of operating funds.  Can you imagine having only the Deseret New’s point of view presented in the press?  Our state is best served with multiple newspapers covering important issues.  The Save The Tribune organization is asking the U.S. Department of Justice to enforce the Newspaper Preservation Act and reject the Deseret News’ new operating arrangements.  Visit Save The Tribune for more information about this situation, and what you can do to help.



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