Please join us at our next Josephine County Democratic Central Committee meeting on Tuesday, December 12th. We will celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice. (Check out the December Holidays world wide both traditional and “weird” here. Our party will be on “Gingerbread House Day”)
The meeting is Tuesday, December 12th, with a social time at 6:30 p.m. … and continuing until 8:30, at the Unitarian Universalist building, 129 NW “E” Street in Grants Pass.
Stay tuned for more information!
Recent Past Events
Please join us at our next Josephine County Democratic Central Committee meeting on Tuesday, November 14. We are going to start the November meeting by breaking up into our committee work groups—Environment, CD-2 election, and Healthcare– to work on the issues that the members of those groups feel are important, set some goals for the […]
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What We are working for:
- A balanced and equitable economy that provides a living wage for all workers.
- Competent, affordable and accessible health care.
- World class, lifelong educational opportunities.
- A healthy, sustainable environment.
- International diplomacy and cooperation.
We are county citizens who believe in bringing people together for the common good and making democratic principles the driving force behind all public policy.
We are working to build a community that extends beyond our borders and respects the inherent dignity of all.