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Happy Thanksgiving

November 24th, 2014

Hello Democrats,

[ Please Note:  Due to its proximity to Thanksgiving, and to the lack of pressing agenda items, the Davis County Democratic Party Central Committee WILL NOT meet this Tuesday, November 25th. ]

Odds Are You Didn’t Vote

Voter participation this year was below 29%. The lowest in Utah’s history.

Davis County’s first foray into mail-in balloting was a rather disappointing.  Though turn-out in our county was generally better than in most Utah counties that didn’t utilize such balloting, we still only achieved about 25% voter participation as a whole, and only about 23% for Democrats.  That’s not great, (in fact, it’s terrible) and the number of registered Democrats, and left-leaning Independent/Unaffiliated voters who did not vote could have swung the vote to a Democratic win in many (or most) races in the county.

We can be very proud of our excellent candidates who ran as Democrats in Davis County, however.  Some even achieved a higher percentage of the vote than Democrats have in years.  We’re influencing the political debate, and we’re challenging the status quo.   We’re no longer just handing a win to Republicans.  But there’s still much work to be done.  I challenge all you Davis County Democrats to step-up your commitment to building our party and becoming politically active over this next year.

A Loss and a Big THANK YOU!

KathyDennisCropped_nIt is with regret and sorrow that I must announce the resignation of Kathy Dennis as co-vice chair of the Davis County Democratic Party.  Citing health concerns, and political weariness after months (and years) of hard work trying to build the party, and laboring on behalf of Democratic candidates, Kathy submitted her resignation at last month’s Central Committee meeting,  effective as of November 5th.  I’m sure everyone in our party shares my immense gratitude to Kathy for her unwavering dedication to our party.  We wish you well, Kathy.

We retain Brad Asay as the other co-vice chair.  And as our bylaws don’t require us to fill the vacancy left by Kathy’s departure, and as new officers will be elected at the next county convention this coming spring we won’t call for nominations for a new co-vice chair.

A Thanksgiving Message

When I thought about what message I wanted to offer in commemoration of the upcoming holiday, especially in light of the number of Republican wins in Utah and throughout the nation, I kept coming back to the themes of hope, and a commitment to the values we hold true.  I realized I could not match the eloquence of the words President Kennedy spoke in his 1961 Thanksgiving proclamation (below).  All I can add is, Happy Thanksgiving, Democrats!

“We are grateful for the blessings of faith and health and strength and for the imperishable spiritual gifts of love and hope. We give thanks, too, for our freedom as a nation; for the strength of our arms and the faith of our friends; for the beliefs and confidence we share; for our determination to stand firmly for what we believe to be right and to resist mightily what we believe to be base; and for the heritage of liberty bequeathed by our ancestors which we are privileged to preserve for our children and our children’s children.”  -John F. Kennedy, October, 1961

JFK ‘pardoning’ the White House turkey.


If You Don’t Vote, We Can’t Win

November 4th, 2014

Hello Democrats,

It’s election day!  If you haven’t already sent in your ballot, it’s too late to do so, but it’s not too late to vote.  You can cast your ballot at one of Davis County’s Voting Centers until 8:00 p.m. on November 4th.

Here are the Voting Center Locations:

Syracuse Community Center  (1912 W. 1900 S., Syracuse, UT 84075).

Clearfield Library  (562 S 1000 E., Clearfield, UT 84015)

Layton High School  (440 Lancer Lane, Layton, UT 84041)

Kaysville City Hall  (23 E. Center St., Kaysville, UT 84037)

Farmington City Community Center  (120 S. Main St., Farmington, UT 84025)

Centerville Library  (45 S. 400 W., Centerville, UT 84014)

Bountiful Library  (725 S Main St., Bountiful, UT 84010)

In some races, we’re only a few hundred votes away from winning.  There are enough registered Democrats who have not yet voted to make the difference between a win and a loss.  Every vote counts!



The surest way we’ll lose is if Democrats don’t vote!



October 31st, 2014

Hello Democrats.

We’re just a few days away from election day, and you still have time to get your ballot in, (but it must be postmarked by November 4th).

We expected higher than normal voter participation this year due to our county’s new mail-in balloting, but we’re still lagging behind.  Here’s the numbers as of today:

Registered Democrats: 15% have voted

Registered Independents/Unaffiliated:  10% have voted

Registered Republicans:  17% have voted

At this point, if Democrats send in our ballots, we could win a seat or two, but only if we all vote!



Election Night Victory Party

The Utah Democratic Party will again host an Election Night Victory Party.  Here are the details for this year’s event:

Election Night Victory Party

Date:  November 4th, 2014

Time:  7:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

Place:  Raddison Hotel (215 West South Temple, Salt Lake City)

Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up

Our next monthly Second Saturday Breakfast Meet-Up will be November 8th, at 10:00 a.m.  As usual, we’ll meet at Granny Annie’s Restaurant in Kaysville (286 N 400 W, Kaysville), in the rear banquet room.  All are welcome!

Just for Fun

Ever wonder how Democratic your name is?  Probably not, but one of the unusual bits of data the Clarity Campaign Labs sort through to determine the likely political persuasion of a voter is their name.  They’ve determined that people with certain names tend to be Democrats while people with other names tend to be Republican.  Follow the link below to find out how left or right leaning your name is:  

How Democratic is Your Name?


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.



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