Office Hours

We will be posting 2017 regular office hours in February.

FCDP Members

FCDP Executive Committee

Chair
Clint Morris

Vice-Chair
Andrea Ewen

Secretary
Kim Ewen

Treasurer
Carol Raitz

Young Dems President
John Mays

Communications
Andrea Ewen

Committee Members
Chad Aull
Gina Bess
Patti Bingham
Ron Bingham
Kendall Boulder
Pam Broughman
Sandy Broughman
Josh Buckman
Ann Jay Bryan
Craig Cammack
Donna Moore Campbell
Diana Clewett
Courtney Daniel
Wes Duke
Angela Evans
Andrea Ewen
Denise Gray
Michael Haskins
Josh Hicks
Matt Housh
Priscilla Johnson
Shayla Johnson
Brenda McClanahan
Ken McClanahan
Bob McNulty
Josh Mers
Christian Motley
Seth Norat
Chuck Powell
Gail Swanson
Joe Swanson
Carol Raitz
Fred Rogers
Brad VanHook
Alayne White

Kentucky Democratic Party State Central Committee

Andrea Ewen
Brenda McClanahan
George Mills

DEMOCRATIC PARTY HISTORY

Democrats form the oldest political party in America and the youngest in spirit. For more than 200 years, Democrats have represented the interests of working families, fighting for equal opportunities and justice for all Americans. Our party was founded on the conviction that wealth and privilege should not be an entitlement to rule and the belief that the values of hardworking families are values that should guide us.Today Democrats are fighting to repair the damage done during the Bush years and grow an economy based on the values of Main Street, not greed and reckless speculation.We will be posting 2017 regular office hours in February.

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE PLATFORM

The vision is simple. Democrats want an America that gives all Americans the chance to live out their dreams and achieve their God-given potential. Democrats want an America that is still the world’s strongest force for peace and freedom. And Democrats want an America that is coming together around our enduring values instead of drifting apart.

FAYETTE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY’S MISSION

The Fayette County Democratic Party’s mission is to support and promote the ideals of the Democratic National Committee and the Kentucky Democratic Party. FCDP promotes those principles and values, operates and maintains a grassroots network of people that is open, inclusive and accessible to all, encourages lifelong active participation by local Democrats, and takes an active part in the election process. The local party serves to recruit, support and elect Democratic candidates for county, state and national offices. Executive Committee Meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM at 431 South Broadway.  All meetings are open, and we welcome guests

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Pride Fest with FCDP

The FCDP will have a booth set up at the Lexington Pride Fest.  Volunteers are needed to man the booth during the day.  To volunteer, please click here for the shift you would like to work.

Pride Fest – Saturday, June 24

11:00-1:00
1:00-3:00
3:00-5:00
5:00-7:00 (This Shift will include tear-down of the tent.)

If you come down to Pride Fest, be sure to stop by the booth!

4th of July with the FCDP

Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival, held downtown, will be Tuesday, July 4!
 
The Fayette County Democratic Party will have a booth to register voters, pass out information about our Elected Officials and any Democratic candidates, collect volunteer information, etc. If you would like to volunteer to work a shift at the FCDP Fourth of July Booth, you can sign up by Click Here
 
The FCDP will also be sponsoring the Reading of Declaration of Independence at 11:00am across from the 5/3 Pavillion. Come by and join us for the reading.
 

Join the Fayette County Democratic Party for the 4th of July parade and support our Democratic candidates! The parade starts at 2pm, but we ask that you arrive on Midland Avenue by 1pm. The parade proceeds down Main Street to Broadway.

If you have any questions, please contact us at FayetteDemocratsky@gmail.com

Walk the Talk Program

In an effort to engage Democratic voters and increase Democratic participation in the 2018 midterm elections, a coalition of citizen Democrats, allied organizations, and the Fayette County Democratic Party have instituted the Walk the Talk program. (A full list of coalition partners coming soon.)

The Mission: 

To hear from Democratic voters what issues are important to them and what motivates them to go vote!  Ultimately, this information will help our party and our candidates better engage the voters we need for victories in 2018!

The Strategy:

There is no reason to wait till the fall of 2018 to start knocking doors! The Walk the Talk program will resemble a traditional canvassing effort – but with a twist! Instead of promoting a candidate or making a pitch to the voter we will be there, at their door, to HEAR FROM THEM!  That’s why we are calling our volunteers “Listeners” and not “Canvassers.”

Collectively, our Listeners will go to the doors of THOUSANDS of targeted Democratic voters who our candidates will NEED in 2018! Listeners will ask these voters what issues they think are important, what motivates them to go to the polls, and what they look for in a candidate for office. The data from these conversations will be collected and used to keep these voters informed and engaged from now until Election Day! But we need your help to reach the numbers of voters needed to make this effort effective!

Click to Learn More About the Program and How to Sign Up! 

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Pride Fest with FCDP

The FCDP will have a booth set up at the Lexington Pride Fest.  Volunteers are needed to man the booth during the day.  To volunteer, please click here for the shift you would like to work.

Pride Fest – Saturday, June 24

11:00-1:00
1:00-3:00
3:00-5:00
5:00-7:00 (This Shift will include tear-down of the tent.)

If you come down to Pride Fest, be sure to stop by the booth!

4th of July with the FCDP

Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival, held downtown, will be Tuesday, July 4!
 
The Fayette County Democratic Party will have a booth to register voters, pass out information about our Elected Officials and any Democratic candidates, collect volunteer information, etc. If you would like to volunteer to work a shift at the FCDP Fourth of July Booth, you can sign up by Click Here
 
The FCDP will also be sponsoring the Reading of Declaration of Independence at 11:00am across from the 5/3 Pavillion. Come by and join us for the reading.
 

Join the Fayette County Democratic Party for the 4th of July parade and support our Democratic candidates! The parade starts at 2pm, but we ask that you arrive on Midland Avenue by 1pm. The parade proceeds down Main Street to Broadway.

If you have any questions, please contact us at FayetteDemocratsky@gmail.com

Walk the Talk Program

In an effort to engage Democratic voters and increase Democratic participation in the 2018 midterm elections, a coalition of citizen Democrats, allied organizations, and the Fayette County Democratic Party have instituted the Walk the Talk program. (A full list of coalition partners coming soon.)

The Mission: 

To hear from Democratic voters what issues are important to them and what motivates them to go vote!  Ultimately, this information will help our party and our candidates better engage the voters we need for victories in 2018!

The Strategy:

There is no reason to wait till the fall of 2018 to start knocking doors! The Walk the Talk program will resemble a traditional canvassing effort – but with a twist! Instead of promoting a candidate or making a pitch to the voter we will be there, at their door, to HEAR FROM THEM!  That’s why we are calling our volunteers “Listeners” and not “Canvassers.”

Collectively, our Listeners will go to the doors of THOUSANDS of targeted Democratic voters who our candidates will NEED in 2018! Listeners will ask these voters what issues they think are important, what motivates them to go to the polls, and what they look for in a candidate for office. The data from these conversations will be collected and used to keep these voters informed and engaged from now until Election Day! But we need your help to reach the numbers of voters needed to make this effort effective!

Click to Learn More About the Program and How to Sign Up! 

FCDP Office Hours

Tuesdays - Noon to 3pm
Thursdays - Noon to 3pm

FCDP Executive Committee

Chair
Clint Morris

Vice-Chair
Andrea Ewen

Secretary
Kim Ewen

Treasurer
Carol Raitz

Young Dems President
John Mays

Communications
Andrea Ewen

Committee Members
Chad Aull
Gina Bess
Patti Bingham
Ron Bingham
Kendall Boulder
Pam Broughman
Sandy Broughman
Josh Buckman
Ann Jay Bryan
Craig Cammack
Donna Moore Campbell
Diana Clewett
Courtney Daniel
Wes Duke
Angela Evans
Andrea Ewen
Denise Gray
Michael Haskins
Josh Hicks
Matt Housh
Priscilla Johnson
Shayla Johnson
Zac Losey
Brenda McClanahan
Ken McClanahan
Bob McNulty
Josh Mers
Christian Motley
Seth Norat
Chuck Powell
Gail Swanson
Joe Swanson
Carol Raitz
Fred Rogers
Brad VanHook
Alayne White

Kentucky Democratic Party State Central Committee

Andrea Ewen
Brenda McClanahan
George Mills
Clint Morris

DEMOCRATIC PARTY HISTORY

Democrats form the oldest political party in America and the youngest in spirit. For more than 200 years, Democrats have represented the interests of working families, fighting for equal opportunities and justice for all Americans. Our party was founded on the conviction that wealth and privilege should not be an entitlement to rule and the belief that the values of hardworking families are values that should guide us.Today Democrats are fighting to repair the damage done during the Bush years and grow an economy based on the values of Main Street, not greed and reckless speculation.

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE PLATFORM

The vision is simple. Democrats want an America that gives all Americans the chance to live out their dreams and achieve their God-given potential. Democrats want an America that is still the world’s strongest force for peace and freedom. And Democrats want an America that is coming together around our enduring values instead of drifting apart.  Read the 2016 Democratic Party Platform.

FAYETTE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY’S MISSION

The Fayette County Democratic Party’s mission is to support and promote the ideals of the Democratic National Committee and the Kentucky Democratic Party. FCDP promotes those principles and values, operates and maintains a grassroots network of people that is open, inclusive and accessible to all, encourages lifelong active participation by local Democrats, and takes an active part in the election process. The local party serves to recruit, support and elect Democratic candidates for county, state and national offices. Executive Committee Meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM at 431 South Broadway.  All meetings are open, and we welcome guests