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SharonClark's Journal
SharonClark's Journal
February 12, 2018

Polk County Iowa Democratic Caucus results will make you happy!

It’s official. The 2018 Caucus was the biggest midterm Caucus in the history of our Polk County Democratic Party. Since it all happened during a snowstorm, it’s all the more impressive.

Polk County Dems are lead by the energetic Sean Bagniewski and publishes a weekly update that includes all Dem meetings, candidate meet-n-greets, and the agenda of the next Central Committtee meeting.

Most importantly, the Dems are organized into areas or neighborhoods which allows more participation and greater ownership of the party, such as Beaverdale Dems, Southside Dems, Eastside Dems, etc.

We expect great things in November.

February 8, 2018

Send your GI Joe dolls and toy soldiers to the Trump.

Maybe that will satisfy his need for a military parade.

February 6, 2018

Polk County Iowa Midterm Caucuses are biggest ever!

from Sean Bagniewski, Polk County Democratic Party Chair...

Well, it was a night for the history books. Despite a terrible snowstorm, it looks like it was the biggest midterm Polk County Caucuses in our history!

Thank you to the thousands of Democrats who came together to help organize our Party for the County Convention and for the general election in November. This will be one of the most, if not the most, important elections in our Democratic history as we fight to take back the General Assembly and the Governor’s Office. Last night was the first step in that long battle ahead.

Thank you to the hundreds of people who volunteered to lead the 177 precincts across Polk County. From Site Leaders to Precinct Leaders to those working the check-in tables, everyone went over and above to make sure everything went smoothly. Thank you to our sisters and brothers in labor who plowed the streets so that we could all come together...

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