What a Strong OCDP Means

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Hi Friends—

Last year when I ran for State Representative, I saw first-hand the impact that infrastructure-building organizations have on campaigns like mine. Groups like EMILY’s List, Run for Something, and Indivisible are recruiting candidates and supporting their campaigns. And, while those groups are doing incredible work, I’m particularly excited about what’s in store for the Oakland County Democratic Party. 

Oakland County has emerged as not just the most critical county in Michigan, but one of the most pivotal battlegrounds in America. In 2022, re-electing Governor Whitmer, flipping the State House and State Senate, and protecting our Democratic House majority in Washington runs through Oakland County. And, beyond that — there are incredibly important local elections in 2021. 

I’m excited to see a County Party so committed to investing in the long-term infrastructure to get candidates elected, and I’m asking you to chip in today and support their efforts. Over the coming months, the OCDP will be on the front lines developing candidates and investing in clubs and campaigns to win elections and build the long-term organizing infrastructure needed to secure a Democratic future for our region. But, they can’t do it without your help. 

Click here to make a contribution today! Be well and stay safe,
Julia Pulver, RN 

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Oakland County Democratic Party
555 Horace Brown Drive, Suite 202
Madison Heights, MI 48071
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The great people who make up the Oakland County Democratic Party are the champions of working families in every city and township throughout our county. Please join us with your activism, your membership, your votes, and your voice as we stand shoulder to shoulder with all of our State and Local Democratic Leaders, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Senator Debbie Stabenow, Senator Gary Peters, Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Congresswoman Haley Stevens, Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin, and Congressman Andy Levin.

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