Valley County Democrats: “Spirit of the Caucus,” May 13

The Spirit of the Caucus Lives!
Party with Local Democratic Candidates
Friday, May 13, 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Southside Grill, 339 Deinhard Ln, McCall


Valley County Democrats held their biggest ever Presidential Caucus this year. Bernie and Hillary folks inspired us with their energy. Let’s keep the movement alive and growing!!!

Please join us Friday, May 13, at Southside Grill in McCall to meet our local and statewide candidates.

Come just to say hello or stick around awhile and enjoy the no-host bar and the Taco bar for $10.

Meet Sean Gould who is running for Valley County Commissioner.

Sean was born in McCall. He met his wife Morgan Zedalia at McCall-Donnelly High School, where he graduated in 2001 . He’s on McCall Library’s Board of Trustees and McCall’s Environmental Advisory Committee. An active outdoorsman, Sean works as a raft guide and ski instructor.

Meet James Piotrowski who is running for U.S. Congress, District 1.

James is running to be problem-solver saying, “ I have watched for five years as our 1st Congressional District has gone without real representation in Congress and, like many of you, I’ve been frustrated,. Frankly, the final straw was when Raul Labrador decided to make it his sole mission to endanger Idaho’s public lands and destroy this singular legacy that was passed on to us and that we should pass on to future generations.”

Help us meet the challenge that former U.S. Rep. Larry LaRocco has outlined here:

“We have to decide whether it was fleeting or a long-term and enduring commitment. If we harness the energy and resources we devoted to the Idaho Democratic Caucus, we can alter the political landscape in Idaho for ourselves, families, neighbors and the many left behind in the economic recovery.”  —Larry LaRocco, former U.S. Congressman Idaho 1st District, April 23, 2016 Idaho Statesman

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, May 13 to continue our commitment for progressive change.

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Bill Thomas, Chair

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