Special Election for Senate District 41
The Iowa Legislature is back in session & we have a special election for Senate District 41. With our help, we will take back this seat. Please join others from Scott County in phone banking to voters in SD41!
Information about Democratic candidate, Mary Stewart:
The Scott County Democratic Party condems the horrific acts of domestic terrorism witnessed on January 6 in Washington D.C. We urge you to contact our members of Congress to demand they vote to impeach and remove the President from office. The incitement of violent insurrection leading to the death of 5 people is unacceptable. Please call or email every day until 45 is removed.
Monthly Central Committee Meeting
Thursday January 14, 7pm
If you are a Central Committee member and have not received the Zoom meeting registration link or call-in information,
please email email@example.com or call 563-326-7699.
In Georgia, early voting has started. Help Democrats in Georgia flip the US Senate on January 5! Democrats in Scott County understand that every vote matters.
Donate, volunteer & do what you can to help our sisters & brothers in Georgia.
Georgia Democratic Party
Jon Ossof for Senate Campaign
We need volunteers to turn out ALL Democrats in Scott County.
When ALL we vote we win!
We have a strong field of candidates for all offices - U.S.Senate, U.S. House to County Supervisor!
The Scott County Democratic Party strongly condemns the recent executions of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Hate and racial violence have no place in our community, this evil has no place in our nation. We are better than this. We must be better than this. We must.
The Scott County Democrats stand for lifting people up, opening doors, and giving everyone an equal chance. We are fighting to elect leaders that will work to protect and expand guaranteed freedoms in our Constitution and Bill of Rights for all Americans.
Davenport Mayor Mike Matson reminds us of the purpose of Memorial Day in this short video.
Once again in Iowa we are making history. It may not be so obvious, but we are transitioning to a more inclusive Caucus to Convention process. Even before the Corona Virus hardship hit us with such a vengeance, changes were occurring. The newest, and not well understood, change is how delegates are measured throughout the process and how that has altered the evolving alignment with campaigns.
As Iowans, we have special opportunities to meet presidential candidates and work on their campaigns.