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On the Nomination of Sheriff

August 21, 2018Press Release

Contact: Geoff Gerling, Executive Director



For Immediate Release

Jackson County Democrats Select Nominee for Sheriff



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News, Notes and Events for Mid-August

August 13, 2018Blog Post

THANK YOU for Defeating Proposition A

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Election Week

August 7, 2018Blog Post

There are a lot of upcoming events you may want to know about as campaign season is in full swing.  If you have something you want to see listed next week, let Geoff know at


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Late July Notes and Events

July 24, 2018Blog Post

Missouri House Democrats are calling out Republican megadonor David Humphreys for what they are describing as “attempts to bully and harass” his political opponents into silence.

In a press conference held at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City last Thursday afternoon, Democratic House leaders spoke to the media about the matter.

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Third Quarter JCDC Meeting

July 24, 2018Press Release

Jackson County Democratic Committee

308 W. Maple

Independence, MO 64050



July 21, 2018


Dear County Committee Member:


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Mid-July News and Notes

July 16, 2018Blog Post

More State Budget Problems on the Horizon

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August election is fast approaching

July 10, 2018Blog Post

Check Your Voter Registration; Deadline for Primary is Wednesday

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New Lt. Governor...or not.

June 19, 2018Blog Post

Meet the New Lt. Governor

With minimal warning this afternoon, our newly sworn in Governor Mike Parson announced he was appointing State Senator Mike Kehoe as the new Lt. Governor to fill out the remainder of his unexpired term. Kehoe represents parts of seven mid-Missouri counties and was set to exit the Senate this year due to term limits.  Before his first election to the Senate, Kehoe was on the state Highway and Transportation Commission and owned an auto dealership.

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June is off to a hot start

June 11, 2018Blog Post

Still Riding the High of a HUGE Victory in Senate District 17

The hard work of countless volunteers and staff members from all across the state payed off in a huge way last Tuesday when Lauren Arthur won the special election for a Clay County State Senate seat by 19 points, a number nobody could have predicted.

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