Election Day is Tuesday, November 8!

2016 General Election

Days

:

Hours

:

Minutes

:

Seconds


YARD SIGN PLACEMENT: Please remember, in accordance with local ordinance, yard signs should not be placed in right-of-ways (including space between your sidewalk and the street), public spaces, or in areas that may interfere with motorists’ sight of oncoming traffic (street corners). If you have any questions about whether or not your sign is properly placed, please call Lexington Code Enforcement at (859) 425-2255.

Fayette County Democratic Headquarters
Office Hours:

Monday 12:00pm – 6:30pm
Tuesday 12:00pm – 7:30pm
Wednesday 12:00pm – 6:30pm
Thursday 12:00pm – 7:30pm
Friday 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Saturday – 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday – 1:00pm – 5:00pm


GOTV Lit Drops – We NEED YOUR HELP!

Fellow Democrats!

We learned last year that when Democrats stay home, scary things can happen. It’s how we ended up with Governor Matt Bevin. This year we need a HUGE turnout in Lexington to get our Democratic candidates across the finish line victoriously!

But this WILL NOT HAPPEN without your help.Without volunteers coming in and lending a hand we will surely see 2015 Part II this November. This upcoming weekend we will be working to Get Out the Vote (GOTV)! To even come close to reaching the number of voters we need to, it is going to take at least 100 volunteers each day (SaturdaySundayMonday and Tuesday) during GOTV.  Will you give us an hour or two of your time to help us turn out big numbers here for Jim Gray, Nancy Jo Kemper, our State House Candidates and Hillary Clinton?

THEN SIGN UP TO HELP FOR GOTV LIT DROPS HERE!

Think we deserve a Senator who will go to Washington and actually work to find solutions to the problems we face here in Kentucky and across the nation?  THEN COME LIT DROP!

Think we should elect a US Congresswoman who will look out for the interest of everyday Kentuckians and not for big banks like Wells Fargo? THEN COME LIT DROP!

Does the idea of a Republican controlled State House terrify you? THEN COME LIT DROP!

Want to see Hillary Clinton trounce Donald Trump in the popular vote and send a message that America rejects divisiveness and fear-mongering? THEN COME LIT DROP!

Lit drop packets will be available between 9:30 AM and 6:00 PM on SaturdayNoon to 6:00 PM on Sunday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Monday and 9:30 AM and 5:00 PM on Tuesday.  State Senator Reggie Thomas and State Representative Kelly Flood will be there Saturdaymorning to help us kick things off!

Lit drops will begin out of the Fayette County Democratic Party HQ at 431 S. Broadway each day.  Can’t drop lit but willing to make phone calls?  Sign up to phone bank here!

At the risk of sounding desperate….we really really really NEED YOUR HELP!

We’ll see you this weekend!

Yours,
Fayette County Democratic Party

GOTV Weekend

We are headed into the final stretch and we NEED YOUR HELP!!!

Lit Drops
Starting Saturday, November 5th, we’ll be doing lit drops throughout Fayette County. All Literature Drops will held out of FCDP HQ (431 S. Broadway). Shifts are at 9:30 AM, 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM & 6:00 PM (except on Sunday).
Saturday, November 5 – 9:30 AM, 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Sunday, November 6 – 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Monday, November 7 – 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Tuesday, November 8 (knocking) – ALL DAY until the polls close

Making Phone Calls

Phone Calls will be out of the Coordinated Campaign’s Office (148A Jefferson St).
Saturday, November 5
Sunday, November 6
Monday, November 7
Tuesday, November 8

Click here to volunteer!

Rides to the Polls

Fayette County Democratic Party will once again be offering rides to the polls on election day.  Talk to you friends, church members, neighbors and family and find out who will need a ride on election day.  To schedule a ride call 859-268-4448 or send an email to FayetteDemocratsKY@gmail.com.

FCDP Executive Committee

Chair
Clint Morris

Vice-Chair
Andrea Ewen

Secretary
Kim Ewen

Treasurer
Carol Raitz

Young Dems President
Mary Jo Crouch

Communications
Andrea Ewen

Committee Members
Chad Aull
Gina Bess
Patti Bingham
Ron Bingham
Kendall Boulder
Pam Broughman
Sandy Broughman
Ann Jay Bryan
Craig Cammack
Donna Moore Campbell
Diana Clewett
Mary Jo Crouch
Wes Duke
Angela Evans
Andrea Ewen
Denise Gray
Michael Haskins
Matt Housh
Priscilla Johnson
Zac Losey
Brenda McClanahan
Ken McClanahan
Crystal McGuffey
Bob McNulty
Rick Meadows
Josh Mers
Seth Norat
Chuck Powell
Nicole Rodriguez
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.

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