We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

JCDW North Socials at The Bar in PV

Thursday June 6, 2024

We’re having a SOCIAL at The Bar 5316 W 95th Street, Prairie Village, KS 66207 where we’ll be joined by our other DA Candidate, Zach Thomas, & Senate District 10 Candidate, Andrew Mall.

Come, drink, dine, and socialize with other like-minded Dems.  Help us plan our path to win ALL THE RACES. 🍻

Candidates are welcome to bring materials to display/hand out.  

Each person will order and pay for their own meal and drinks.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday June 20, 2024

Come at 6:00 pm to socialize or at 6:30 pm for the meeting. 

Location: Black Bear Diner (11981 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062) 

June is gun safety month. On June 20, help us welcome Colleen Cunningham from Mom’s Demand Action who will discuss gun safety and advocacy.  We’ll also hear about Locks for Love (supported by Grandparents Against Gun Violence).  

Candidates will get 2 minutes to speak to friendlies and are welcome to bring materials to display or for hand out. 

We are also having a GUN SAFETY rally at Olathe’s Fourth Friday, so we will share Locks for Love on June 28th from 5:30-7:30 in front of the Johnson County Courthouse. 

Flip it Blue!

Flip it Blue is Back!

When: Sunday, July 21st from 4-8 PM

Where: Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park and West 87th Street Parkway, Lackman Rd, Lenexa, KS 66215

Get Tickets Now

Come celebrate freedom with us at our annual Flip It Blue event, JCDW South’s biggest annual fundraiser! The money raised at this event will go directly to state and local Democratic candidates. 

This is the year we BREAK the supermajority in Topeka. So let’s celebrate with food, games, prices, and best of all, like-minded Democrats ready to take 2024 by storm! You’ll even have the chance to mingle with both elected officials and candidates. 

Our THEME is “Put in Drive,” so come in with your car racing themed attire. Feel free to get competitive; prizes will go to the best themed outfit.

But wait, there’s more! 

Flip it Blue is fun for the whole family. We’ve got balloons and cotton candy and a fabulous playground right next to the pavilion. 

Tickets are $35 for members, $40 for nonmembers, but more is always welcome. 

Early Bird Special: Early ticket sales help a ton when the caterer (this year, a food truck), asks for a head count. So, we’re offering 2 free raffle tickets for each Flip It Blue ticket purchased by Friday, June 30th. 

We need your help to make Flip it Blue a success!

 

The Raffle and the Silent Auction are fan favorites every year, and they only work because people like you donate fabulous items! Here’s what we need:

For the Silent Auction – items valued at $100 or more (to be auctioned to the highest bidder).

For the Raffle – items valued between $25 and $50 

Attention All Candidates!

Both JCDW North and South endorse Democrats running for state, county, and local offices who meet our endorsement criteria.  You must be a member to apply for contributions.  Cost is only $40 per year and must be paid out of your personal account.  We endorse annually in August, after the primary. 
North — generally within the I-435 loop
JCDW North Membership  OR JCDW North Young Dems Membership 
South — generally outside of the I-435 loop JCDW South Membership OR JCDW South Young Dems Membership

*The Young Dems discount is exclusive to members of Johnson County Young Democrats


📣SHOUT OUT to the VoterNetwork and Maryam Abid!

The Voter Network is dedicated to creating a culture of informed, enthusiastic Kansas voters. Relationship Canvassing is the art of asking your neighbors and friends (relationship) to register, making sure they are informed and vote. Friends asking friends increases turnout in every instance – for those who don’t typically vote – it’s an increase over 25%

ASK EVERY ONE TO REGISTER, CHECK THEIR REGISTRATION USING KSVOTES.COM

Group of canvassers posing for a photo

ATTEND JOCO CANVASSING TRAINING

Connecting new volunteers with experienced canvassers

helps to create social connections and cohesion in our organization. 

Everyone should attend the canvassing training – at least to know how we are talking to residents of JOCO and maybe to refine how you approach your friends and relatives as well.  

Our experienced canvassers have had a wide variety of training, and some have never had formal training. We now have a JoCo Dem Data Team that can utilize the data we collect at the door. If we want to collect valid and reliable data, we need to standardize our data collection methods across Senate Districts.   Canvass Training Dates:

Saturday, June 15th, 2-4 PM – JOCO Dems Office

Saturday, July 6th, 2-4 PM – Central Resource Library, Carmack Room

Sign Up Here

 

FROM OUR FRIENDS:

Music Bingo for a Cause – Johnson County Pride event

Wednesday June 5th, 7-9 PM
Servaes Brewing Co. 10921 Johnson Dr, Shawnee, KS 66203

 

 

 

 JOCO Wear Orange Event- Moms Demand Action

Saturday, June 8th, 9AM
Harmon Park W 77TH PL & DELMAR St Prairie Village, KS 66208

 

Johnson County Democratic Party SOCIALS!!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars and get involved with the JOCO Democrats.


It’s where all the cool JOCO peeps come to mingle 


We are the one’s we have been waiting for. 

JCDW Calendar < – Link to the JCDW Calendar so you will be up to date on all the Events 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women
Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 


DONATE TO 2024 CANDIDATES BY DONATING TODAY!
All $$ Goes to Democrats running in Johnson County

JCDW South

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

JCDW North Socials at The Bar in PV

Thursday May 2, 2024

We’re having a SOCIAL at The Bar 6101 Johnson Dr, Mission, KS 66202.  Join us to make Johnson County a better place to live.  >> THIS IS A CHANGE FROM OUR USUAL PLACE. WE ARE MEETING IN MISSION.

 

Come, drink and dine, and socialize with other like-minded Dems.  Help us plan our path to win ALL THE RACES. 🍻

Candidates are welcome to bring materials for display/hand outs.  

Each person will order and pay for their own meal and drinks.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday May 16, 2024

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting. 

Join us at Black Bear Diner at 11981 South Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062

Let’s talk about VOTING!

The Voter Network will join us to give us an update on voting in Kansas, laws  on the books and proposed, and how we can successfully register voters using KSVotes.org! 

Candidates are welcome to bring materials and will have 2 minutes to speak and polish their Elevator speech in front of friendlies. 😀

WRITE POSTCARDS!

Want to get involved right now in the election?  There are several opportunities now and in the future to write postcards.  Currently Nikki McDonald and  Johnson County Move On have postcard writing.   

Nikki McDonald has a meeting slated at the Johnson County Democrats Office from 6-8 pm on Friday, May 10th and will provide postcards and message as well as snacks and drinks.  To sign up with Nikki McDonald click here


JOCO Move On
is sending you names and addresses and you purchase the postcards.  To sign up to participate send an email to Al Frisby at alfrisbyformerriam@gmail.com

NOTE:  Purchase post card stamps at USPS.com. Remember to do this prior to the postage increase in July!  ($0.68 to $0.73)Purchase postcards at Amazon, both blank and with “vote” images.

 

 

Need Silent Auction/Donation items

for Flip it Blue in July. 

Values from $15-$500 welcome!

 

Contact Juliet Sinclair or CassieWoolworth

 

Flip it Blue is Back!

 

Get your tickets for Flip it Blue,

our grand fundraiser!

Sunday, July 21, 2024

4-8pm at Sar-Ko-Par Park in Lenexa

               *Early-bird special includes two Silent-Auction tickets

 

📣SHOUT OUT to Rita Carr at the CoC!

A very special thank you to Rita Carr with the Continum of Care (CoC) for coming out and telling us all about how Johnson County is helping out the homeless by connecting them to resources.  It was great to hear about the good planned for our community – a lively discussion with lots of great questions! Julie K. Brewer, our own candidate for JOCO County Commissioner, Seat 3, is the previous CEO of CoC!

Many thanks to all who came (almost 30 people) – it was great to hear from all the candidates! 

We are the ones we have been waiting for!

 

Group of canvassers posing for a photo

ATTEND JOCO CANVASSING TRAINING

Connecting new volunteers with experienced canvassers

helps to create social connections and cohesion in our organization. 

Everyone should attend the canvassing training – at least to know how we are talking to residents of JOCO and maybe to refine how you approach your friends and relatives as well.  

 

Our experienced canvassers have had a wide variety of training, and some have never had formal training. We now have a JoCo Dem Data Team that can utilize the data we collect at the door. If we want to collect valid and reliable data, we need to standardize our data collection methods across Senate Districts.  

 Sat, 5/11, 2-4pm

The location for all sessions will be the Carmack Room at the Central Resource Library on 87th. 

Sign Up Here:

https://forms.gle/8Pwukjedhr8GYsYq5

JOCO SOCIALS!!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars and get involved with the JOCO Democrats.

 


It’s where all the cool JOCO peeps come to mingle !

 

2024 Election Funds – JOIN US!!!

Both JCDW North and South endorse Democrats running for state, county, and local offices who meet our endorsement criteria.  You must be a member to apply for contributions.  Cost is only $40 per year and must be paid out of your personal account.  All our fundraising is spent that August after the primary (please give generously😉).

North — generally within the I-435 loop JCDW North Membership
 – 
North Young Dems Membership

South — generally outside of the I-435 loop JCDW South Membership 
– South Young Dems Membership

SAVE THE DATES!!

Wed, May 1st , Time TBD  – Mel Pinick’s launch party @ BB’s

Sat, Jul 27th, 9-10:30 am – Pancakes on the Prairie @ Lone Elm Park

 

 

JCDW Calendar < – Link to the JCDW Calendar so you will be up to date on all the Events 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women
Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 


DONATE TO 2024 CANDIDATES BY DONATING TODAY!
All donations are distributed THIS YEAR!!

JCDW South

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

Act Blue Link

 

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

JCDW North Socials at The Bar in PV

Thursday April 4, 2024

We’re having a SOCIAL at The Bar 5316 W 95th Street, Prairie Village, KS 66207 & will be joined by Vanessa Riebli, who is running for Johnson County District Attorney. Please join us to meet this Democrat working to make Johnson County a better place to live. 

Come, drink and dine, and socialize with other like-minded Dems.  Help us plan our path to win ALL THE RACES. 🍻

Candidates are welcome to bring materials for display/hand outs.  

Each person will order and pay for their own meal and drinks.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday April 18, 2024

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting. 

Join us at Black Bear Diner (11981 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062) 

Our speaker is Rita Carr, Director of Community Planning for JOCO Continuum of Care (CoC).  A community collaboration that seeks to improve the community’s response to poverty and homelessness.  The CoC is made up of both private and public organizations and agencies who either serve those who are currently homeless or those who are most at risk.

Candidates are welcome to bring materials and will have 2 minutes to speak and polish their Elevator speech in front of friendlies. 😀

In Paola on the square, inside – should be a BLAST!
Hope to see you there!!!

Flip it Blue is Back!

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for:

 

Flip it Blue, our grand fundraiser!

Sunday, July 21, 2024

4-8pm at Sar-Ko-Par Park in Lenexa

 

WRITE POSTCARDS

Want to get involved right now in the election?  We need you to write postcards!  

Johnson County Move On is organizing a post card writing campaign.  They have “adopted” several races in Johnson County to support in various ways.  At the moment they are writing to new Democrats in Senate 10, who were moved there in the redistricting in 2022 to let them know that Andrew Mall is running to represent them.  

You need to purchase post cards and stamps.  Al Frisby will send you a list of about 30 names to address and talking points to write in the body.  Email Al at  alfrisbyformerriam@gmail.com
Purchase post card stamps at USPS.com
Amazon has post cards for sale, both blank and with “vote” images

We are the one’s we have been waiting for. 

 

Group of canvassers posing for a photo

ATTEND JOCO CANVASSING TRAINING

Connecting new volunteers with experienced canvassers

helps to create social connections and cohesion in our organization. 

Everyone should attend the canvassing training – at least to know how we are talking to residents of JOCO and maybe to refine how you approach your friends and relatives as well.  

 

Our experienced canvassers have had a wide variety of training, and some have never had formal training. We now have a JoCo Dem Data Team that can utilize the data we collect at the door. If we want to collect valid and reliable data, we need to standardize our data collection methods across Senate Districts.   Canvass Training Dates:

Wed, 4/24, 6-8pm   Sun, 4/28, 2-4pm   Sat, 5/11, 2-4pm

The location for all 3 sessions will be the Carmack Room at the Central Resource Library on 87th. 

Sign Up Here:

https://forms.gle/8Pwukjedhr8GYsYq5

JOCO SOCIALS!!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars and get involved with the JOCO Democrats.

 


It’s where all the cool JOCO peeps come to mingle 

https://heroichealers.org
📣SHOUT OUT to Karla Perez-Soloranzo with Heroic Healers!
Karla discussed giving back to our healthcare hero’s allowing them to heal, renew, and revive.  Thank you for showing us that tapping out for a day or weekend really does reinvigorate.

2024 Election Funds – JOIN US!!!

Both JCDW North and South endorse Democrats running for state, county, and local offices who meet our endorsement criteria.  You must be a member to apply for contributions.  Cost is only $40 per year and must be paid out of your personal account.  All our fundraising is spent that August after the primary (please give generously😉).
North — generally within the I-435 loop
JCDW North Membership
 – 
North Young Dems Membership
South — generally outside of the I-435 loop JCDW South Membership 
– South Young Dems Membership

JCDW Calendar < – Link to the JCDW Calendar so you will be up to date on all the Events 

 

Save the Dates:
Wed, May 1st , Time TBD  – Mel Pinick’s launch party @ BB’s

Sat, Jul 27th, 9-10:30 am – Pancakes on the Prairie @ Lone Elm Park

 

Or check out the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!  HERE

Winners! Young Dems 4 EVA!

Winners!Young Dems 4 EVA!

 

 

Visit the Hot, Hot Hot Trivia Trophy at the JOCO Dems office on 75th street.

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women
Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 


DONATE TO 2024 CANDIDATES BY DONATING TODAY!
All $$ is distributed THIS YEAR!!

JCDW South

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!

 

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

Thursday March 7, 2024

We’re having a SOCIAL & Postcards at The Bar at 5316 W 95th Street, Prairie Village, KS 66207.

Come, drink and dine, and socialize with other like-minded Dems, and pick up postcards to write.  Help us plan our path to win ALL THE RACES. 🍻

Candidates are welcome to bring materials for display/hand outs.

Each person will order and pay for their own meal and drinks.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday March 21, 2024

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting. 

Join us at Black Bear Diner (11981 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062) 

Our speaker is Karla Perez-Solornzo with Heroic Healers, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to give back to frontline healthcare workers by providing direct access to natural & holistic care so that they can refresh, refuel, and rebalance. 

Candidates are welcome to bring materials and will have 2 minutes to speak and polish their Elevator speech in front of friendlies. 😀

Flip it Blue is Back!

 

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for

Flip it Blue, our grand fundraiser!

Sunday, July 21, 2024

4-8pm at Sar-Ko-Par Park in Lenexa

 

WASHINGTON DAYS with the KDP

The Kansas Democrats are hosting Washington Days at the Hotel Topeka (City Center) on 1717 SW Topeka Blvd, Topeka, KS, 66612, on March 15th and 16th.  Featured speaker is Governor Tim Walz of Minnesota.   Blocks of rooms have been reserved, just mention the name or use this link: http://bookings.ihotelier.com/bookings.jsp?groupID=4164819&hotelID=13576.  For more information, contact annie@kansasdems.org.

Thank you to those who attended the JCDW North Social – fun, food, and frolicking, with all your favorite people.  Hope to see you in March!

JOCO SOCIALS!!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars and get involved with the JOCO Democrats.

 

  • 3rd Sunday every month at Coach’s bar and grill 9089 W 135th St, Overland Park, KS 66221

  • 4th Sunday every month at BB’s bar and grill,  1100 W Santa Fe St, Olathe, KS 66061


It’s where all the cool JOCO peeps come to mingle 

📣  Huge SHOUT OUT to the Executive Director of the Kansas African American Affairs Commission, Stacey Knoell, who came to Black Bear diner and gave us the ‘skinny’ as she visited with JCDW South.
Thank you for looping all of us in! 
Looks like there are multiple ways for us to WIN in 2024
& break the super-majority!

2024 Election Funds – JOIN US!!!

Both JCDW North and South endorse Democrats running for state, county, and local offices who meet our endorsement criteria.  You must be a member to apply for contributions.  Cost is only $40 per year and must be paid out of your personal account.  All our fundraising is spent that August after the primary (please give generously😉).
North — generally within the I-435 loop
JCDW North Membership
 – 
North Young Dems Membership
South — generally outside of the I-435 loop JCDW South Membership 
– South Young Dems Membership

JCDW Calendar < – Link to the JCDW Calendar so you will be up to date on all the Events 

Or check out the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!  HERE

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women
Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

DONATE TO 2024 CANDIDATES BY DONATING TODAY!
All $$ is distributed THIS YEAR!!

JCDW South

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

Thursday February 1, 2024

We will be having a Social on Feb 1st at The Bar at 5316 W 95th Street, Prairie Village, KS 66207. Come & socialize & help plan our path to win ALL THE RACES, oh and also get a chance to meet our next Sheriff, PV Police Chief Byron Roberson. 

Each person will order and pay for their own meal and drinks.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday February 15, 2024

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting. 

Join us at Black Bear Diner (11981 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062) 

The Indomitable Stacey Knoell, Executive Director of the Kansas African American Affairs Commission, will give us an update and discuss the impact of the KAAAC.

TRIVIA

JCDW wants to send a BIG THANK YOU to the Johnson County Young Dems for co-sponsoring our very first TRIVIA night!  It was kids vs adults and the kids made it look easy as Young Dems 4 Eva! took home the prize with a whopping 240 Points!  The trophy, once engraved, will be on display at the JOCO Dems office.

A heart-felt THANK YOU goes to all our 1st Trivia entrants – you helped us raise over $400 for candidate contributions this year.  Keep it coming by making plans to attend our next fundraiser, Groundhog Game Night on Feb 3rd. 

Groundhog Game Night Fundraiser

And… it’s Groundhog Day in the KS Legislature with the same-old same-old arguments so we’re playing GROUNDHOG GAME NIGHT.

Join JCDW South for our first GAME NIGHT of the year on February 3rd. Let the games begin!

Groundhog posing as knight, resting on sword stuck upright in ground, looking at camera as though to pose

Date: SATURDAY Feb 3

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Place: Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church (SMUUCh)

9400 Pflumm Rd

Lenexa, KS 66215

Get your tickets

HERE!

 

Woman sitting with funny baloon hat pointing to it masked smiling at the camera.

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for Flip it Blue, our grand fundraiser!

Sunday, July 21, 2024

4-8pm at Sar-Ko-Par Park in Lenexa


2024 Election Funds

Both JCDW North and South endorse Democrats running for state, county, and local offices who meet our endorsement criteria.  You must be a member to apply for contributions.  Cost is only $40 per year and must be paid out of your personal account.  All our fundraising is spent that August after the primary (please give generously😉).


North — generally within the I-435 loop

JCDW North Membership
 – 
North Young Dems Membership

 

South — generally outside of the I-435 loop

JCDW South Membership 
– South Young Dems Membership

 JCDW Calendar 

Link to the JCDW Calendar so you will be up to date on all the Events:
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r?tab=cc1

or check out the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!  HERE

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women

 

Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

Donate Today!

JCDW South

 

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

 

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!

 

 

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

Thursday January 4, 2024

Our next meeting will be January 4th.  

We will meet at 6:00pm for Dinner and Drinks at The Bar at 5316 W 95th Street, Prairie Village, KS 66207. Come, socialize, and meet our next Sheriff, PV Police Chief Byron Roberson. 

Each person will order and pay for their own meal and drinks.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday January 18, 2024

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting.

Join us at Black Bear Diner (11981 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062) 

JCDW South’s next meeting is our Elections and Planning meeting. Since next year will be vastly important, the South will be planning for 2024!

JOCO Young Dems and JCDW North present TRIVIA NIGHT

Join us on January 13th to break-in January with our first fundraiser of the year – January 13th TRIVIA!! Complete with conspiracy theories and actual Facts.  Cost $25 to enter; $15 for Young Dems, prizes awarded every round.
DATE: 1/13/2024
TIME: 6-10 PM
Game starts at 6:30
PLACE: JOCO Office
8971 W 75th St, Overland Park, KS 66204
Let’s start our year by raising money to KICK THE GOP TO THE CURB!
Register here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/jcdwn-yd-trivia

 

Groundhog Game Night

And… it’s Groundhog Day in the KS Legislature with the same-old same-old arguments so we’re playing GROUNDHOG GAME NIGHT.

Join JCDW South for our first GAME NIGHT of the year on February 3rd. Let the games begin!

 

Date: Friday 2/3/24

Time: 6:00-9:00pm

Place: Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church (SMUUCh)

9400 Pflumm Rd

Lenexa, KS 66215

Get your tickets

HERE!

 

Also don’t forget to mark down Flip it Blue for our grand fundraiser!

Sunday, July 21, 2024

4-8pm at Sar-Ko-Par Park in Lenexa

Membership Notes

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South both have equal dues for those over 35 years old, identifying as men or as women. Only $40/year to support Democratic Candidates! Thank you to all who continue memberships. Please rejoin or join for the first time to have a reverberating impact on our community via JCDW’s campaign donations to our candidates in 2024. 
Update on Kansas Federation of Democratic Women
You are encouraged to join or rejoin one of our Johnson County Chapters by going to the KFDW website. The new entity for processing dues is ACT Blue. This is still the link within our fundraisers and other donations. KFDW voted to not use the software that they’ve administered for several years. Special thanks to our IT whizzes in JCDW South for getting us through this. You may go through the same sign-in process and choose JCDW North or South as your home chapter. and eventually, submit your dues payment to one of these entities via an Act Blue Link. We are still associated with State KFDW for other administrative chapter functions.
Any State or Federal candidates wishing to request KFDW possible funding need to join one of the local chapters by Dec. 31st, 2023 to be eligible for campaign contributions. Local and county candidates have several more months to join our chapters to be eligible for campaign donations from JCDW North or South.
Bev
Membership Chair
JCDW North

 

Let’s help elect Democrats!

2024 Election Funds

The Kansas Federation of Democratic Women will be issuing funds for the 2024 election.

There is an application but you MUST be a member of JCDW North/South or WYCO by December 31 to participate. This is at the State level and not the county level. 

 

North — generally within the I-435 loop

JCDW North Membership

North Young Dems Membership

 

South — generally outside of the I-435 loop

JCDW South Membership 

South Young Dems Membership

 

JCDW Calendar

Make sure to check out the JCDW calendar at the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!

Visit the home page HERE

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women

 

Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

Donate Today!

JCDW South

 

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

 

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

Thursday November 2, 2023

Our meeting will be November 2.  We gather at 6:00 and meeting starts at 6:30.  We meet in person at the Democratic Office with a  Zoom option.

Jerry Stogsdill will be our speaker.  Jerry represents Kansas State House District 21 since 2016.  He currently serves on the Taxation Committee, Federal and State Affairs Committee, and Education Policy Committee.

Jerry was an educator for many years, serving on numerous boards and committees, which include Board of Trustees of the University of Kansas Center for Research, and president of Kansas National Education Association.  He has experience in business and is the current owner of two small businesses. He served on a committee of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce.  He served as an officer in the US Navy for thirteen years, active and reserve.
Jerry will talk to us about the upcoming legislative session, and what we can expect.

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday November 16, 2023

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting.

Join us at Black Bear Diner on Strang Line in Olathe.

 

Alliance for a Healthy Kansas

The Alliance for a Healthy Kansas’s primary policy goal is to ensure accessible and affordable health insurance to all Kansans, primarily through the expansion of our state’s Medicaid program, KanCare.  We represent a coalition of more than 130 organizations and community leaders who support the Alliance’s values and efforts to expand KanCare through involvement with Alliance meetings, activities and outreach efforts. 

Lacey Kennett is the Director of Communications for the Alliance for a Healthy Kansas, a nonprofit, non- partisan advocacy organization that works to ensure accessible and affordable health insurance for all Kansans, primarily through the expansion of the state’s Medicaid program, KanCare. Prior to her work at the Alliance, she spent more than ten years as an employee with the State of Kansas. Most recently she spent nearly three years at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment working in emergency preparedness and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before that she spent nine years at the Kansas Insurance Department doing public affairs, consumer assistance, and working as the executive assistant to the commissioner. She has a Master of Arts in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication from Emporia State University. In her spare time, she is an avid seamstress, bagmaker, and reader.

Save the Date!

Game Night is back! 

We’re back at SMUUCH for Game Night! 

Punxsutawney Phil saw… an election is coming!

Get your tickets

HERE!

 

Also don’t forget to mark down Flip it Blue for our grand fundraiser!

Sunday, July 21, 2024

4-8pm at Sar-Ko-Par Park in Lenexa

Answers to Some Common Membership Questions 

Here are some clarifications to some common membership questions.

Why are there two Chapters (North and South) in Johnson County?

Because of the large geographical area in Johnson County, it is more convenient for those who reside nearer to the North or South groups to attend a meeting without driving as far. Generally, 435 is the dividing line between the two chapters although anyone can be a member of either group. All members may attend or participate via Zoom, when that format is available, for either or both meetings. Attending meetings is a great way to hear from candidates for county or local offices. The Chapters’ lecture speakers are excellent and informative as well.

 

Can members affiliated with North or South attend and vote in either or both groups?

Yes.

 

How does the Kansas Federation of Democratic Women fit into the Johnson County Democratic Women’s Chapters?

The state organization is an umbrella organization for the various county chapter organizations and assists with administrative coordination for the county’s chapters such as processing credit card dues and keeping track of county member status. The KFDW publishes an online newsletter quarterly and does various educational functions for all of the counties’ chapters. They also may endorse candidates running for state-level

offices.

 

Are all of the meetings available on Zoom?

No. Please check each month’s newsletter to see which are available by Zoom and which are in person only.

 

May I join or renew my membership by credit card or check?

Yes. Our state umbrella organization, Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, is the vehicle through which credit card dues are processed and directly deposited into the selected Chapter’s account for county or local candidate donations. The KFDW or the county chapter may send out a renewal request when dues are nearing the expiration date, just under one year from whenever the member joins. For new members, a chapter must be selected for donations/dues from that chapter to benefit candidates selected and endorsed by that specific county chapter.

 

How do I pay dues via credit card?

Click or copy and paste the following link: https://www.kfdw.org

On the KFDW home page, click “chapters” for a drop-down menu of chapters’ names.

Choose Johnson County North or Johnson County South, then click to select.

Member sign-up and renewal page pops up. If renewing, then click on renewal and follow the steps. Please make sure that your email address is current and correct.

If new member, then choose the type of membership:

Regular- for those identifying as female and over 35 years of age

Associate-for those identifying as male

Student or Young Democrat-for those 35 or younger or students of any

age.

At-large does not apply in most cases and dues may go to KFDW

instead of the selected county chapter.

 

If paying dues by check, to whom should new or renewing members make their checks payable?

Please make, either Johnson County Democratic Women North or South, the payee. Joyce Hughes (21707 W 62nd St, Shawnee, KS 66218) is the present Treasurer for the North group. She can receive and process membership payments for North. Carol Shimeall (17705 W 155th Ter., Olathe, KS 66062) is the treasurer for JCDW South.

 

What should I do if the state organization sends a billing request?

You may pay through the KFDW website with your credit card OR you can contact the treasurer of your chapter and pay dues to the Chapter. If the automated dues membership renewal notice is in error, please let the chapter treasurer or other officer know.

 

Let’s help elect Democrats!

JCDW Calendar

Make sure to check out the JCDW calendar at the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!

Visit the home page HERE

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women

 

Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

Donate Today!

JCDW South

 

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

 

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!

We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North and South Postcard Meeting

Thursday October 5th, 2023

Join us October 5 at 6:00pm to write postcards for candidates. 

Come to the Democratic Office at: 

8971 W 75th Street, Overland Park, KS 66204

We have a lot of important local races in Johnson County!  Come help get Democrats elected!

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday October 19, 2023

Come at 6:00pm to socialize or at 6:30pm for the meeting.

Join us at Black Bear Diner on Strang Line in Olathe.

 

Kristan Chamberlain is the Executive Director of KC Can Compost. Her vision for an environmental and social venture began in 2016 when she met Joe Colaizzi, then Executive Director of Kansas City Rescue Mission. Together, they sought to create a viable enterprise that would provide a significant benefit to the Kansas City community, while at the same time create living-wage jobs for those transitioning out of homelessness. Kristan’s entrepreneurial vision, coupled with her experience in strategic planning, business management, and marketing provided the foundation necessary to develop and grow KC Can Compost – a socially and environmentally conscious business that is committed to the transformation of lives and our local environment.

KC Can Compost has 2 missions: to preserve our planet through the collection and composting of organic waste, and to educate and prepare men and women transitioning out of difficult circumstances, like incarceration and homelessness, for employment in the green economy.

Welcome to our new JCDW North Board Members!

JCDW North has filled several offices: treasurer, secretary, fundraising, and membership!   Thank you and welcome to:

 

Sheryl Rice- treasurer

Trisch Domingue- secretary

Palita Robinson -fundraising

Bev Reeves-Dudley -membership

Dawn Olney – temporary president 

 

We still need a few people to step up and work together to make this organization support Democratic candidates!

We need President, Vice President, Programs, and Communications.

Check us out at jcdwks.org!

See if there is a position you would like to take!  There is a lot of support for you to learn the ropes!  Please consider what you can do to keep JCDW North up and running so we can continue to donate to candidates.

 

Answers to Some Common Membership Questions 

Thank you to all new and renewing members of Johnson County Democratic Women (JCDW). The North chapter had a great meeting in September at the Antioch Library. The speaker was awesome and very informative about how the past affects the present with regard to societal gender treatment and roles. Thanks to Cassie for the technical support so that members on Zoom could hear the speaker and business meeting better.

Here are some clarifications to some common membership

questions.

Why are there two Chapters (North and South) in Johnson County?

Because of the large geographical area in Johnson County, it is more convenient for those who reside nearer to the North or South groups to attend a meeting without driving as far. Generally, 435 is the dividing line between the two chapters although anyone can be a member of either group. All members may attend or participate via Zoom, when that format is available, for either or both meetings. Attending meetings is a great way to hear from candidates for county or local offices. The Chapters’ lecture speakers are excellent and informative as well.

 

Can members affiliated with North or South attend and vote in either or both groups?

Yes.

 

How does the Kansas Federation of Democratic Women fit into the Johnson County Democratic Women’s Chapters?

The state organization is an umbrella organization for the various county chapter organizations and assists with administrative coordination for the county’s chapters such as processing credit card dues and keeping track of county member status. The KFDW publishes an online newsletter quarterly and does various educational functions for all of the counties’ chapters. They also may endorse candidates running for state-level

offices.

 

Are all of the meetings available on Zoom?

No. Please check each month’s newsletter to see which are available by Zoom and which are in person only.

 

May I join or renew my membership by credit card or check?

Yes. Our state umbrella organization, Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, is the vehicle through which credit card dues are processed and directly deposited into the selected Chapter’s account for county or local candidate donations. The KFDW or the county chapter may send out a renewal request when dues are nearing the expiration date, just under one year from whenever the member joins. For new members, a chapter must be selected for donations/dues from that chapter to benefit candidates selected and endorsed by that specific county chapter.

 

How do I pay dues via credit card?

Click or copy and paste the following link: https://www.kfdw.org

On the KFDW home page, click “chapters” for a drop-down menu of chapters’ names.

Choose Johnson County North or Johnson County South, then click to select.

Member sign-up and renewal page pops up. If renewing, then click on renewal and follow the steps. Please make sure that your email address is current and correct.

If new member, then choose the type of membership:

Regular- for those identifying as female and over 35 years of age

Associate-for those identifying as male

Student or Young Democrat-for those 35 or younger or students of any

age.

At-large does not apply in most cases and dues may go to KFDW

instead of the selected county chapter.

 

If paying dues by check, to whom should new or renewing members make their checks payable?

Please make, either Johnson County Democratic Women North or South, the payee. Joyce Hughes (21707 W 62nd St, Shawnee, KS 66218) is the present Treasurer for the North group. She can receive and process membership payments for North. Carol Shimeall (17705 W 155th Ter., Olathe, KS 66062) is the treasurer for JCDW South.

 

What should I do if the state organization sends a billing request?

You may pay through the KFDW website with your credit card OR you can contact the treasurer of your chapter and pay dues to the Chapter. If the automated dues membership renewal notice is in error, please let the chapter treasurer or other officer know.

 

Let’s help elect Democrats!

Meet our new JCDW North Board Members!!

 

Dawn Olney, Interim-President

I have been a member of JCDW for around five years, serving as Programs Coordinator.  I enjoy learning new things and going into issues that affect real people every day. People think “Politics” is separate from real life, and that can’t be further from fact. I feel very strongly that women need health care and it is wrong to target a population of Americans, such as LGBTQ+ citizens, with discriminatory laws.  So it is important to elect Democrats to all levels of office. I started working elections in 2006, and have been a Precinct Captain in Prairie Village for 7 years.  I am President for the rest of 2023 so we can try to get all the positions filled and keep JCDW North running and donating.

 

Trisch Domingue, Secretary

About 10 years ago I was invited to a gathering of Democratic women, which encouraged my desire to be involved with my political party of belief and choice. Beverly Ring’s request that I help with an “orphan” precinct hooked me! Soon after I got involved with supporting Johnson County Dems.

While volunteering at the county office, Anne Pritchett shared information about Johnson County Democratic Women and the national organization, Federation of Democratic Women. I have been an active member in both North and South clubs, volunteering at community events and monthly membership meetings. Most recently, I have accepted the role as secretary of the JoCo Democratic Women-North. Membership has been as beneficial to me as I strive to be to the organization.

 

Palita Robinson, Fundraising

I have been a member of JCDW since 2013. I held the position of Membership Co-Chair for 3.5 years.  I now have the opportunity to be part of the fundraising committee.  Supporting getting Democrats elected is what it’s all about. I enjoy being part of an organization of like-minded people.

 

Sheryl Rice, Treasurer

I’ve been involved in Johnson County Democratic Women-North for the past few years. I’ve done everything I can do to help; from sitting in a Democrat booth at Old Settler’s Day to handing out candidate signs. 

Cassie Wiltanger-Woolworth made me aware that the North Chapter needed a Treasurer. I spoke to the interim-president, Anne Prichett, about the vacancy and offered my services. Before I was disabled, I was a bookkeeper, so I knew I could do the job. The rest, as they say, is history.

 

JCDW Calendar

Make sure to check out the JCDW calendar at the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!

Visit the home page HERE

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women

 

Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

Donate Today!

JCDW South

 

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

 

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!


We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North and South JOINT Meeting

Thursday September 7, 2023

Please join JCDW for a joint North and South meeting on September 7.  Please note the different meeting place and information.

September 7, 2023
Antioch Library
8700 Shawnee Mission Parkway
Merriam, KS 66202
We will gather at 6:00.  We need to be out of the room with chairs stacked by 8:00, so to facilitate that,  the speaker will start at 6:15.   We will have business and candidates talk after the speaker.   It will be hybrid with a Zoomoption.
Our speaker is Professor Alesha Doan, a professor from the department of Sexuality Studies at the University of Kansas.  She will give us some insight into the laws and policies negatively affecting women today and the cultural misogyny behind them.

Alesha E. Doan is an Associate Professor at the University of Kansas and holds a joint appointment in the School of Public Affairs & Administration and the Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Department. Professor Doan’s interdisciplinary research program is situated at the intersections between gender, public policy and organizations, with a substantive focus on reproductive politics, sexual violence, and gender & the military. Her research examines the ways in which gender is infused into the social and political structures that shape formal and informal practices. Professor Doan interrogates how these gendered practices create obstacles for people that limit their decisional autonomy, and create inequities in organizations, policies and the lived experiences of people. Her publications include articles in a variety of journals as well as four books: Abortion Regret: The New Attack on Reproductive Freedom (co-authored, Praeger 2019), Organizational Obliviousness: Entrenched Resistance to Gender Integration in the Military (co-authored, Cambridge University Press, 2019), Opposition and Intimidation: The Abortion Wars and Strategies of Political Harassment (University of Michigan Press 2007), and The Politics of Virginity: Abstinence in Sex Education (co-authored, Praeger 2008).

Special North and South Postcard Meeting

Thursday September 21, 2023

Join us at the JoCo Dems office starting at 6:00pm. 

Join all North and South members to write postcards for our candidates!  

Candidates are welcome to drop what you have for our September 21st meeting.

WIN a PRIZE!

Bring some cash to the JCDW North and South JOINT meeting on September 7th!  We will have a raffle for two chances to win!  Either an Avon basket or a Bee House!  $10 will give you two chances to have your name drawn!   We have essential local elections in November 2023 – this fall – and a huge election in 2024.  We have lots of work to do and candidates will need money and our support!

Old Settlers September 7-9th

We are ROCKIN A BOOTH this year at Old Settlers in downtown Olathe!

Join Johnson County Democratic Women and JoCO Democrats to ROCK THE BOOTH.  We need volunteers on Wednesday night for set up, and then Thursday through Saturday to staff the booth, answer questions, pass out signs, give lit, accept donations, etc. To help sign up HERE.

Make sure to come support our candidates in the parade on Saturday September 9th!

Welcome to the new JCDW North Membership Chair!

 

Please welcome Bev Reeves-Dudley, the new JCDW North Membership chair!

From Bev:

I have been a member of JoCo Dem Women off and on since its inception. I am very proud of this organization and have delighted in watching its size, structure and influence grow over the past 2+ decades. I care about electing progressive, community minded candidates which the organization assists with its PAC status. Supporting good candidates who will advocate for Democratic policies is a great way to improve many peoples’ lives now and in the future. 

I am excited to humbly join this effort as part of this excellent, persistent, experienced group.

JCDW Calendar

Make sure to check out the JCDW calendar at the bottom of the home page for other JCDW related events!

Visit the home page HERE

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women

 

Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

Donate Today!

JCDW South

 

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

 

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!


We are the Johnson County Democratic Women, North and South

We are sister organizations, working together to engage women in politics and help get Democrats in Johnson County elected.

North Monthly Meeting

Thursday August 3, 2023

This meeting is hybrid. Either join us at the JoCo Dems office or on Zoom.

Please join Johnson County Democratic Women North on August 3 at the Democratic Office at 8971 W 75th Street, Overland Park KS 66204.  We also have a Zoom option.  We gather at 6:00 to socialize and the meeting starts at 6:30.
Our speaker is Mary English, the Building Performance Project Manager of the non-profit Metropolitan Energy Center. Prior to joining MEC, Mary worked in the building performance industry conducting energy assessments, testing, and consultation in both the residential and commercial sectors. 

Mary founded Small Step Energy Solutions which became a leading home energy assessment provider. Small Step worked with municipalities – including Kansas City, MO – to review and update their building energy code. She also worked closely with area developers to create sustainable developments and multifamily housing based on equity goals. Mary then moved into commercial-business sustainability, helping start-up businesses in passive house design, energy benchmarking, and efficiency upgrades in HVAC systems. She currently serves on the Programs Committee for USGBC Central Plains and the Equity Committee for Climate Action KC. 

In off hours Mary enjoys the great outdoors with her husband and dog; practicing aerial arts; and watching Royals baseball. 

South Monthly Meeting

Thursday August 17, 2023

Come at 6:00 to socialize or at 6:30 for the meeting.

Join us at Black Bear Diner on Strang Line in Olathe.

Teresa Woody with Kansas Appleseed will be joining us to talk about her work.

Teresa oversees litigation filed by Kansas Appleseed and our partners, evaluates potential areas of litigation, and works with local and national pro bono attorneys and organizations on identifying legal issues and/or litigation that could affect systemic change in Kansas.

Kansas Appleseed is a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization dedicated to the belief that Kansans, working together, can build a state full of thriving, inclusive, and just communities. We’re working for a future where:

  • All Kansans have the resources they need to support themselves and raise healthy families.
  • All Kansans can participate fully in the community under equal protection of the law.
  • All Kansans benefit from a fair and effective system of justice.

Kansas Appleseed works with community partners to understand the root causes of problems, support strong grassroots coalitions, and advocate for comprehensive solutions so all Kansans can reach their full potential. When necessary, Kansas Appleseed pursues impact litigation to protect Kansans’ rights and wellbeing.

 

 

Note the updated location at Black Bear Diner (11981 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062)

A Message from Cassie Woolworth, JCDW South President

CANDIDATE CONVERSATIONS – Thank you all for coming to JCDW South’s Thursday night Membership Meeting. It was a resounding success!  

A very special thanks to: Allison for Kansas, Linda Featherston for Kansas, Susan Ruiz for Kansas, and Re-Elect Kay Heley, Nurse for WaterOne Board for lending their expertise as the electeds!
It was especially nice to see Gardner and Edgerton represent! So excited to win that city back.
And I really appreciate all of “to-be” electeds! Katie Williams for USD231, Claire Reagan for Olathe School Board, Emma Jones for Public Education, Heath Freeman for School Board, Dan For Olathe School Board, Richard Borlaza , and Heather Kelser for Gardner City Council.  
Don’t forget! August 1st is Primary Election Day!
– Cassie

 

Flip It Blue

Thank you for another incredible event at Sar-Ko-Par Park. We had our amazing candidates joining this year. Lots of new people joined and but we also had many people returning for their third or fourth year! The event was great fun and it offered us all time to meet new people and take a quick break from canvassing.
We raised a little over $4,000 to add to our candidate donations this year. 💪 Special thanks to the elected officials who came and shared a laugh with us.
Also, special thanks to Chilakillers for their amazing menu – We had several compliments and plan on bringing them back for a repeat engagement.
Please plan on joining us next July for our next Flip it Blue event. Next year we’re going to have to do it harder, stronger and faster.  Get ready – It is a marathon, not a sprint.

A Quick Congratulations!

Congratulations to our own Anh Rongish on her appointment to the Olathe Human Relations Committee!

The goal of the committee is “to foster inclusion to ensure that all people are connected, safe, and have a sense of belonging as well as cultivate a welcoming diverse community where all people feel valued and relationships are built and fostered”.

 

 

About Us

Johnson County Democratic Women North and South are part of the  Kansas Federation of Democratic Women, which is part of the National Federation of Democratic Women

 

Our mission is to empower women to run for office and to support the election of like-minded Democrats to state and local office. We do this through education and training, but especially through donations to qualified candidates. Your financial donation to either of our organizations will go directly to Democratic candidates running in Johnson County. 

Donate Today!

JCDW South

 

Act Blue Link

JCDW North

 

Act Blue Link


Check out the Johnson County Democratic Party Event Calendar for more ways to get involved this month!