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Dems Volunteer for
Dowagiac Harvest Moon Festival
Meeting Times and Locations
Cass County Townships and City of Dowagiac
Calvin - 2nd Tuesday 6:00 pm 18727 Mt Zion Street, Cassopolis
Howard - 3rd Tuesday 7:00 pm 1345 Barron Lake Rd., Niles
Jefferson - 2nd Thursday 6:30 pm 24725 Jefferson Center Street, Cassopolis
LaGrange - 3rd Tuesday 7:00 pm 58253 M-62, Cassopolis
Marcellus - 3rd Tuesday 6:00 pm 13163 Marcellus Highway, Marcellus
Mason - 2nd Tuesday 7:00 pm 17049 US12 Edwardsburg
Milton - 3rd Tuesday 7:00 pm 32097 Bertrand Street, Niles
Newburg - 2nd Monday 7:00 pm 13020 Born Street, Jones
Ontwa - 2nd Monday 7:00 pm US12, Edwardsburg
Penn - 2nd Monday 6:30 pm 60717 S. Main Street, Vandalia
Pokagon - 2nd Wednesday 7:30 pm 30683 Peavine Street, Dowagiac
Porter - 2nd Tuesday 7:00 pm 69373 Baldwin Prairie Rd., Union
Silver Creek - 2nd @Wednesday 7:00 pm 32764 Dixon Street, Dowagiac
Volina - 2nd Monday 7:30 pm Corner of Marcellus Hwy & Goodenough Rd., Marcellus
Wayne - 1st Monday 7:30 pm 53950 Glenwood Rd., Dowagiac
City of Dowagiac Council meetings - 2nd & 4th Mondays 7:00 pm 241 S. Front Street, Dowagiac
Hold Them Accountable!
Clark Cobb -- District 7
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CCDP Executive Committee
5:30 pm Third Tuesday
of the month
at our Headquarters
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Let your voice be heard!
We have an office in Dowagiac!
We're proud to announce that CCDP has an office in downtown Dowagiac at 204 Front St. The hours are
Tues, Wed and Fri noon - 5 pm
Thur 3-7 pm
Sat 10-2 pm
Please stop in and visit with the Dowagiac Dems, and join their group with the mission to turn Dowagiac even more BLUE in 2020
Cass County Democratic Party
Headquarters: 804 E. State St.
Cassopolis, MI 49031
Mailing Address: PO Box 154
Cassopolis, MI 49031
"Should any political party attempt to abolish social security, unemployment insurance, and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again in our political history. There is a tiny splinter group, of course, that believes you can do these things. Among them are...Texas oil millionaires and an occasional politician or business man from other areas. Their number is negligible and they are stupid."
--President Dwight D. Eisenhower,
November 8, 1954
Chair -- Cathy LaPointe
Vice Chair -- Rudy Gourdine
2nd Vice Chair -- Kathleen McKee
Secretary -- Marlene Deming
Treasurer -- Francois Duchesneau
As part of the Oct. 12 downtown Dowagiac Harvest Moon Festival, the Dowagiac Dems had a pumpkin carving for kids. Fifty pumpkins were hollowed out by volunteers and carved and decorated by kids, parents and grandparents. Visitors and volunteers all had a great time!
Cass County Michigan Democratic Party
1. You do NOT need a drivers license or photo ID to vote in Michigan.
If you don't have a photo ID, or don't have it with you, you can still vote a regular ballot. You will be required to sign your name on the back of your application, but you can vote if your name is in the poll book. If not in the poll book, you can vote a provisional ballot that may be verified later.
2. Felons can vote! If not serving a jail sentence, you can vote if registered.
3. You can take a list of candidates into the voting booth, but don't leave it. You can take a helper into the voting booth--tell the election workers.
4. If your ballot gets rejected, ask for a new one. Voting is not an easy process and the election workers are there to help. Ask for assistance if you need it!
5. If you're in line by 8 pm, you have a right to vote. Don't let anyone harass you during the voting process or while in line. If you feel your vote is being interfered with tell the election workers, they are there to help.
Find Out Where You Stand Politically!
Take the quiz on ISideWith.com and find out what percentage your views agree with Democratic, Republican, Socialist, Green and Libertarian Parties.
You may be surprised!
ABSENTEE VOTING--NEW RULES!
Because of the new voting rules voted into law in the 2018 election, every voter can vote absentee. In effect, voters in Michigan can vote by mail! Complete an absentee Voter Application and mail or deliver it to your township or city clerk. Your clerk will send you a regular ballot in the mail. Complete the ballot and mail or deliver it to your clerk, or bring it to the polls on election day.
Check your registration, download an Absentee Voter Application and check the location of your clerk on michigan.gov/vote.
Please Attend Your Township or City Council Meeting
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Our "Color Us Blue" Resale Shop is open during the same hours as our Headquarters. Sales help keep Headquarters open and help the community by providing affordable and needed items for sale.
We appreciate donations of clean, working items - small appliances, decorative items, furniture and other useful things. Please no books, clothing or kid's toys.
We are also a collection point for Helping Hands Food Bank. We appreciate any non-perishable not outdated food items.