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  • Washington County Democrats Headquarters Grand Opening
    10:00 -11:30
    501 West Emma Avenue, Springdale, AR, United States
    You are invited to join candidates and special guests for the official opening of the Washington County Democrats Headquarters on Saturday, August 6th at 10:00am.Washington County Democrats will serve donuts, coffee and juice while you tour our new 2,000 sq ft. office space in the heart of downtown Springdale. We'll also hear from our candidates running for office.Door prizes for I ❤️ AR Dems T-Shirt and campaign swag.HQ is located across the street from Arvest Bank at 504 West Emma Street.Bring a guest, or seven! Parking available in the front, back and on the side streets.We have a few items needed to fully stock and operate HQ. Items can be loaned or given to WCD. If you loan items please add your name and contact information clearly. Office Desk Chairs (5 needed)Regular office chairs- without wheels (15+ needed)8.5x11 Copy Paper (several cases)Coffee MakerCoffee FiltersCoffeeCases of Bottled WaterNon-Perishable snacksInk PensForever StampsLetter size envelopes (2 medium boxes)
  • Democratic Party of Calhoun County Candidate Meet & Greet
    17:00 -19:00
    Nutrition Center, 1120 Prestress Drive, Hampton, AR, United States
    The Calhoun County Democratic Committee will hold a candidate meet and greet on Saturday, August 6th at the Nutrition Center at 1120 Prestress Drive, Hampton, AR.  The event will start at 5:00 p.m. with the speakers and afterwards hamburgers and chips will be served.  Conner Eldridge who is the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate will be our keynote speaker.  For information or directions, call Roger Mills at 870-574-0818. From the intersection of Highways 167 and 278 in Calhoun County, go East 8 tenths of a mile.  Prestress Drive will be on the left (North) side of Hwy 278 and there will be a big sign saying Calhoun County Nutrition Center and I will put up Conner Eldridge signs.  --Roger
  • Dame$, Dem$, & Drink$
    05:30 -07:30
    Pavillion in the Park, 8201 Cantrell Rd, Little Rock, AR, United States
    CLICK HERE for tickets. You're invited to Dame$, Dem$ & Drinks$: Join us in the atrium at The Pavilion in the Park on August 11th—the 96th anniversary of the woman's right to vote in Arkansas—for a fundraiser event to support progressive Democratic women candidates in Pulaski County.This inaugural event supports the campaigns of these progressive women:Camille Bennett • House District 14Melissa Larkan Fults • House District 27Susan Inman • House District 32Victoria Leigh • House District 38Good conversation, signature cocktail tastings and delicious snacks. Tickets: $75Order yours today on Eventbrite:** DIAMOND **Peter Miller** EMERALD **Debbie and Bill Goolsby** RUBY **Murry Newbern, Susan Conley, Martha Alman, Katherine West and Glenn Nishimura, Bettina Brownstein, Arkansas WAND, Janet Cathey, LeeLee Doyle, Mary Boaz**SAPPHIRE **Marcella Taylor, Carrie Carr, Patricia Youngdahl, Dana and Bill Steward, Eleanor Kennedy and Lee Abel, Ellen Fischer, Mary Remmel and Jim Wohlleb, Soledad Jasin, Charles Bolton
  • Democratic Party of Cleveland County Committee
    18:00 -20:00
    Hall-Morgan Veterans Building, Sycamore Street, Rison, AR, United States
    This is a working meeting on Committee By- Laws and recruitment strategies. In listing volunteerso and new members.
  • August Washington County Democrats Meeting
    18:00 -19:30
    Homewood Suites by Hilton Fayetteville, 1305 North Palak Drive, Fayetteville, AR, United States
    Washington County Democrats meet monthly for general party business, social time and a chance to share all the political happenings from around the state. All are welcome to join us on the 3rd Monday of each month. Social time starts at 6:00pm and official business at 6:30pm.Join us at:Homewood Suites by Hilton1305 N Palak Dr, Fayetteville, AR 72704Topic of Discusison: GOTV Volunteers, Party Bylaws.Snacks provided with beer and wine. Bring a friend.
  • Economic Equality Event hosted by Delta Caucus
    09:00 -12:00
    Rotunda, Arkansas State Capitol, Little Rock, AR, United States
    “Economic Equality Event to Include Economic Policy Experts as well as Speakers for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a Bipartisan Forum” The Delta Caucus invites anyone in the Democratic Party of Arkansas network to an event on economic equality issues,  August 16 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Arkansas State Capitol Rotunda. It will include experts on economic development and then a debate on the Presidential race, with Sen. Joyce Elliott (D-Little Rock) speaking in favor of Hillary Clinton, and Bud Cummins (R-Little Rock), Chairman of the Arkansas Presidential campaign for Donald Trump, speaking for Mr. Trump.We will have another segment of the program featuring experts on economic equality and related issues, including Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, Arkansas Economic Development Commission, Arkansas Hospitals Association, Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, Mireya Reith of the Arkansas Board of Education, and a speaker on transportation/infrastructure improvements.The Republican and Democratic Presidential nominees will be given equal opportunities to state why they support their candidate on key issues like job creation, economic equality and growth, investments in transportation and other infrastructure, health care, hunger and nutrition, and economic, racial and gender equality. This will naturally include substantial attention to Arkansas issues since we are meeting in Little Rock, but will focus on national issues due to the focus on the Presidential election. This is bipartisan and we want to hear from both sides equally.This event is free, but to gain reserved seating at the vast, majestic Arkansas Capitol Rotunda you need to RSVP to Lee Powell beforehand by email to .
  • Meet Conner Eldridge
    17:00 -19:00
    Howard County Extension Homemakers House, 421 North Main Street, Nashville, AR, United States
    Nashville, Howard County and southwest Arkansas will get the chance to meet and visit with US Senatorial candidate, Conner Eldridge. Come enjoy fellowship, light snacks and a silent auction with us on September 20th !! 5-7 pm
  • Filing deadline for Municipal candidates for Public office
    All day
    County Clerks office, Arkansas, United States
    Independent Candidates
    General Filing Procedures
    (except Independent Candidates
    in Partisan Municipal
    [ACA §§7
    -6-102, 7-7-103]
    Must file
    a petition,
    political practices pledge, an affidavit of eligibility and
    a notice of
    candidacy identifying the elective office sought, position number, if any, and stating the
    name and title proposed for the ballot during the party filing period.
    A p etition
    may be circul
    ated no earlier than 90 days
    the deadline for filing
    unless the number of days is reduced by proclamation, ordinance, resolution,
    order, or other authorized document for a special election under Ark. Code Ann. §7-11-
    101 et seq., in which case the number of signatures required on the petition is reduced
    U.S. Senate or State Offices
    [ACA § 7
    The petition must be filed with the Secretary of State and be signed by not less than 3%
    of the qualified electors of the state, based upon the total number of votes cast statewide
    for Governor in 2010, but in no event shall more than 10,000 signatures be required
    U.S. House or District Offices
    (State Senator, State
    [ACA § 7
    The petition
    must be filed wit
    h the Secretary of State and be signed by not less than 3%
    of the qualified electors in the district in which the candidate seeks office, based upon the
    total number of votes cast for Governor in that district in 2010, but in no event shall more
    than 2,000 signatures be required.
    and Township Offices
    [ACA § 7
    The petition must be filed with the county clerk and be signed by not less than 3% of the
    qualified electors in the county or township, as the case may be, in which the candidate
    office, based upon the total number of votes cast
    for Governor in that county or
    township, as the case may be,
    in 2010, but in no event shall more than 2,000 signatures
    be required.
    Municipal Offices:
    Council Form of Government
    [ACA §§7
    -6-102, 14-42-205, 14-
    -206, 14-43-312, 14-
    44-103, 14-45-102]
    Must file a petition, political practices pledge, and an affidavit of eligibility with the
    county clerk not more than 102 nor less than 81 days before the general election by noon,
  • Washington County Democratic Women August Meeting
    17:30 -19:00
    Mermaids Seafood Restaurant, North College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR, United States
    The Washington County Democratic Women will meet on Tuesday, August 23rd at Mermaid’s Restaurant in Fayetteville from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.   Our featured speakers will be our Legislative Candidates for the Arkansas House of Representatives:    Susan K. McGaughey (Dist. 81), David Whitaker (Dist. 85), and Irvin Camacho (Dist. 89).  The program is free and open to the public. Dinner is $16 and is optional. Please make dinner reservations by noon on Monday, August 22nd at 479-251-1835 or
  • Donaghey Dinner
    18:00 -20:00
    Centennial Country Club Ballroom, 1555 Centennial Club Drive, Conway, AR, United States
    Join Faulkner County Democrats for our biggest fundraising event of the election season. Meet candidates and hear featured speaker Professor Jay Barth, recent recipient of the state party's Ed Fry Award. Tickets are $50. Candidates welcome. Please join us!