Drop Off Your Ballots
It’s too late to mail in your August ballot and expect it to reliably arrive in time to be counted, but you can still securely drop it off at your clerk’s office. Locate your clerk’s office HERE.
Voter Guide Donations
Democracy doesn’t work without an informed electorate. This year, we want our Voter Guides to reach more voters than ever. The stakes are high, and we need all voters to get out and vote for our Democratic candidates all the way down the ballot. You can help make this a possibility by contributing to the Voter Guide fund HERE.
Millennial Town Hall
August 6, 7 p.m.
Join Ypsilanti Mayor Lois Allen-Richardson’s first Millennial Town Hall to share your experiences, goals, and visions around important issues in the city that impact life in Ypsilanti. This will be a facilitated dialogue between Millennial residents of Ypsilanti to produce shared generational wisdom toward the goal of guiding the city’s future. The Millennial Town Hall is open to the public and intended for Ypsilanti residents 21 to 39 years old. This event will happen online via Zoom and will be recorded into public record. More information about this event is available on our calendar or Facebook.
Ypsi, Can I Share? Launches New Voter Resource Website
Ypsi, Can I Share?, a grassroots advocacy group covering the city of Ypsilanti, and Ypsilanti, Superior, and Pittsfield Townships, has a new Voter Resource website.
Gail Summerhill, community activist (and WCDP volunteer) along with Margaret Schankler and other community members, are working to fill the gaps in the information available to these communities. Learn more.
The Brogen Project Info Session
August 15, 2 p.m.
The Borgen Project is a non-profit organization that aims to fight global poverty through advocacy and mobilization efforts. This free/donation-based event will take place in West Park, Ann Arbor and include information regarding volunteer and internship opportunities. Masks are required in order to attend. (There will be a giveaway at the end of the event for two $50 gift cards to The Detroit Street Filling Station in Kerrytown.) Visit the calendar for more information.
Candidates from all over Washtenaw County have contributed to the Washtenaw Dems because they know that the Democratic Party is not just about elections. It’s about building stronger communities. Check out our newest Community Partners.
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