Mesa County Democrats will gather for a big canvassing event September 10th and are asking everyone’s help to get the word out about which state and local candidates belong to the only remaining political party that deals in reality.
If you’d like to help elect rational Democratic candidates to local and state offices, meet at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 10 at the North Shelter in Long Family Memorial Park, 3117 F Road (Patterson Road). Canvassing will be finished by 11:30 so folks can make it to Pride Fest at Lincoln Park. The shelter has been reserved so there shouldn’t be any conflict. People will just be dropping literature for state and local Democratic candidates. No door knocking is involved. Turfs will consist of around 25 to 35 houses. They’ll pair up anybody with a buddy if they want one, and the time commitment is short– a maximum of 2 hours — but can be as short as you feel comfortable. The people who live in the houses will be medium supporters for the Democrats.
2022 Democratic candidates locally and state-wide include:
Michael Bennet running for re-election for U.S. Senator – https://www.bennet.senate.gov/public/
Adam Frisch running for 3rd Congressional District against Lauren Boebert (R) – https://www.adamforcolorado.com/
Jared Polis running for re-election as Governor – https://www.colorado.gov/governor/gov-polis
Dave Young running for re-election as Colorado State Treasurer – https://www.daveyoungforcolorado.com/
Jena Griswold running for re-election as Colorado Secretary of State – https://jenaforcolorado.com/
Phil Weiser running for re-election as Colorado Attorney General – https://www.philforcolorado.com/
Kathy Plomer running for Colorado State Board of Education, At-Large seat – https://plomerforcolorado.com/
Damon Davis running for State House District 55, against Janice Rich (R) – https://www.damonjdavis.com/
AliceMarie Slaven-Emond running for State House District 54 – https://alicemarieforhd54.wordpress.com/
You can read the Mesa County Democratic Party’s platform here (pdf).