Dear Neighbor:

Even though it is only fall, Maryland Democrats are already ramping up for the 2014 elections – beginning with an earlier than usual Primary Election on June 24, 2014.

That Primary will find us making important decisions about Maryland’s and Montgomery County’s future. Governor, Attorney General, County Executive, County Council, State Senators, Delegates – and more – will all be on the ticket. We are lucky to have so many talented and dedicated Democrats who have committed their lives to public service.

As an active and engaged Democrat, you know how important it is to register new voters, educate them on issues and candidates and engage them in the Democratic process. The Montgomery County Democratic Party needs your help to make this happen.

     That’s why we are asking for your financial

support through the annual Dollars for Democrats Drive.

Your contribution will help us:

• Provide up-to-date information about legislation,  programs and events.

• Conduct registrations drives.

• Maintain the County Party’s headquarters.

• Print and mail informative campaign literature.

• Conduct Get-Out-The-Vote campaigns.

• Communicate our message of working for the common good of society.

The Republicans Just Don’t Get It – This is Personal

Shutting down the Government, the threat of defunding the Affordable Care Act, bills to reduce food stamps – there’s one thing that we can all agree on, the Republicans just don’t get it. They have been playing politics at the expense of the American people.

It’s been estimated that more than 70,000 Montgomery County residents will be impacted by the Republicans’ actions to shut down the Government. This is personal – a direct hit to our local economy. Let’s not stand for this! In the face of what may be the least productive Congress ever, we as Democrats have a responsibility to take back the House. Your financial support today will help us elect Democrats and get the government working for the people again.


Thank You for Your Help. Click here to Donate to the Neighborhood Dollars for Democrats Drive.

October 29, 2013