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Welcome to the Douglas County Democrats news blog!

Mid-July 2022 News from Douglas County Dems

Douglas County Fair Parade

Saturday July 30th in Castle Rock.

Please come join us. Our signage will be all about our candidates. We will need people to carry the banners for each of our HD, SD and County Candidates. We had between 50 and 60 folks walking in the HR July 4th Parade. Let's have that and more.

Get the details and sign up on our mobilize link.

August 5, 6, and 7 Douglas County Fair

Friday to Sunday: Spend time at the Douglas County Fair Marketplace with the Douglas County Democratic Party.

We need folks to sign up to help out with the booth. We will have local candidates there and hopefully there will be some statewide candidates join us throughout the weekend. Get the details and sign up on our mobilize link. Additional information will be provided to those who sign up.

If you'd like to donate candy please let me know.

Sunday July 24th Fun-raiser for Ruby Martinez

Support Ruby Martinez, our HD 45 candidate.

YOU are invited.... Ruby Martinez Our Candidate for House District 45


When: Sunday July 24 2-4 PM Where: 7970 Hillview Street, Parker, CO 80134 There will be ice cream, donkeys, and good exchange of ideas! Please join us.

Sunday July 24th Fundraiser for Bob Marshall

3:30pm - 5:30pm

at the residence of Indira Duggirala, DCDP Secretary and Chair of South Asian Democrats of Colorado

You'll have an opportunity to hear from Douglas County Democrats before Bob addresses our guests. We are looking forward to seeing you and thank you for your support.

And visit Bob's campaign website here.


We are utilizing the online event publicity platform at Mobilize.US as it helps us know who our active volunteers are. I suggest you go to Mobilize.US and sign up for an account. This way you can get regular emails telling you of events you might be interested in. It is a growing platform designed specifically for Democratic events. HELP WANTED - We at DougCo Dems are in dire need of an events coordinator.

If you are interested in this volunteer position, I would love to hear from you.

If you have an event you wish to have publicized in our occasional email newsletter – and/or this News blog – please email Angela at

Please don't hesitate to send a link to this News Blog to your friends and neighbors, and encourage them to contact us here to offer volunteer help.

We can make changes by joining together in solidarity.

The Colorado Democratic Coordinated Campaign wants to employ Field Organizers in our Congressional District

The Colorado Democratic Party is seeking candidates to work as Field Organizers during the 2022 campaign cycle. This 2022 election season features competitive races in Colorado that include the re-election of Sen. Michael Bennet and statewide leaders such as Gov. Jared Polis, Attorney General Phil Weiser, Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Treasurer Dave Young. In addition, there are important elections for several US House seats and candidates for positions down the ballot.

The Coordinated Campaign will register, persuade, and mobilize voters to elect Colorado’s Democrats in 2022.

You can apply for these opportunities online right now. See below.

Check Out the Job Description

Have a look at the full job description.

How to Apply

To apply, fill in the online application form.

Posted 7/11/2022.

WOW! What a turnout. The main organizer of this march told me she didn't sleep the night before because she feared we would have only eight people show up. She was nearly in tears as she watched the parking lot fill with cars and people poured out of those cars. I want to commend Nancy Loeb-Mann and Julia Varnell-Sarjeant for seeing a need and filling it. We estimated that we had 200+ people from the very young to those who marched for these rights back in the '70s. We had participants from Jefferson, El Paso, Denver, and Arapahoe counties and people from Wyoming and North Dakota.

An important note is that we received such a positive response. The responses from other pedestrians as well as those in their cars on the street were overwhelming. No one threw anything at us, and no one yelled obscenities. The negative responses were minimal, with a few thumbs-down gestures. I was so proud of all the people who took to the street to stand up for reproductive rights.

I hear from many in Castle Rock that they fear taking to the streets, dropping literature, displaying a sign, and letting the community know they are part of the democratic party. But, I would tell you, that wasn't the case on Saturday. I know that many attended the rally in Denver, which is terrific. I hope next time you will consider joining in with Douglas Co. My conversations with many folks indicate that they think there aren't people like them in this area. While we might be small, we are mighty. But, unfortunately, many folks don't speak up. If you are one of those people, please know there are more of us, and you are welcome to join in. We need every person who shares our values and world views to come together to make a difference. So, would you please reach out to us and get involved.

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