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FCDP Members

FCDP Executive Committee

Chair Clint Morris

Vice-Chair Andrea Ewen

Secretary Kim Ewen

Treasurer Carol Raitz

Young Dems President ZacLosey

Communications Andrea Ewen

Committee Members Chad Aull Gina Bess Patti Bingham Ron Bingham Pam Broughman Sandy Broughman Rosalind Bryant Josh Buckman Ann Jay Bryan Craig Cammack Donna Moore Campbell Diana Clewett Courtney Daniel Paul Duffin Wes Duke Angela Evans Andrea Ewen Chris Ford Denise Gray Michael Haskins Josh Hicks Matt Housh Priscilla Johnson Shayla Johnson Brenda McClanahan Ken McClanahan Bob McNulty Seth Norat Chuck Powell Gail Swanson Joe Swanson Carol Raitz Margaret Ridley Cherlynn Stevenson 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.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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Winter Donation Drive

MLK Holiday Weekend Winter Clothing Drive

During the MLK holiday weekend, (January 18-20) as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we think of the question he once asked: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”

We recognize that winter is a difficult time for some of the most vulnerable members of our community. So during the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend we will be collecting winter coats/clothes (used or new) and other supplies at our FCDP Headquarters (431 S. Broadway). We will distribute collected items to two non-profits in town: The Hope Center and The Nest.
Drop Off Times: Saturday (Jan 18) 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM; Sunday (Jan 19) 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM; Monday (Jan 20) 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Items Requested (All Men’s, Women’s & Children’s): Winter Coats, Other Winter Clothing (Hoodies, Sweatshirts, Sweaters, Hats & Gloves), Socks (New), Blankets

Toiletries for The Hope Center: shaving cream, toothbrushes, toothpaste, lotion, razors, deodorant, soap, shampoo, etc.

Toiletries for The Nest: diapers (Newborn & 3-6), baby wipes, baby wash, baby lotion, baby powder, thermometers, diaper rash cream, shampoo, conditioner bar, soap/body wash, deodorant, feminine hygiene, shaving cream, razors, toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper, laundry detergent, tissues, dish soap

Help us make a difference in our community!

Winter Donation Drive

MLK Holiday Weekend Winter Clothing Drive

During the MLK holiday weekend, (January 18-20) as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we think of the question he once asked: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”

We recognize that winter is a difficult time for some of the most vulnerable members of our community. So during the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend we will be collecting winter coats/clothes (used or new) and other supplies at our FCDP Headquarters (431 S. Broadway). We will distribute collected items to two non-profits in town: The Hope Center and The Nest.
Drop Off Times: Saturday (Jan 18) 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM; Sunday (Jan 19) 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM; Monday (Jan 20) 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Items Requested (All Men’s, Women’s & Children’s): Winter Coats, Other Winter Clothing (Hoodies, Sweatshirts, Sweaters, Hats & Gloves), Socks (New), Blankets

Toiletries for The Hope Center: shaving cream, toothbrushes, toothpaste, lotion, razors, deodorant, soap, shampoo, etc.

Toiletries for The Nest: diapers (Newborn & 3-6), baby wipes, baby wash, baby lotion, baby powder, thermometers, diaper rash cream, shampoo, conditioner bar, soap/body wash, deodorant, feminine hygiene, shaving cream, razors, toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper, laundry detergent, tissues, dish soap

Help us make a difference in our community!

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FCDP Office Hours

Winter Hours - By Appointment
Regular Hours will begin in February 2020

FCDP Executive Committee

Chair
Clint Morris

Vice-Chair
Andrea Ewen

Treasurer
Carol Raitz

Secretary
Kim Ewen

Asst Secretary
Kelly Feibes

Young Dems President
Chris Couch

Communications
Andrea Ewen

Committee Members
Chad Aull
Gina Bess
Patti Bingham
Ron Bingham
Pam Broughman
Sandy Broughman
Rosalind Bryant
Josh Buckman
Ann Jay Bryan
Craig Cammack
Donna Moore Campbell
Diana Clewett
Courtney Daniel
Paul Duffin
Wes Duke
Angela Evans
Andrea Ewen
Chris Ford
Denise Gray
Michael Haskins
Josh Hicks
Matt Housh
Priscilla Johnson
Shayla Johnson
Zac Losey
Brenda McClanahan
Ken McClanahan
Bob McNulty
Seth Norat
Chuck Powell
Gail Swanson
Joe Swanson
Carol Raitz
Margaret Ridley 
Cherlynn Stevenson
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