Month: March 2019

Events Meetings News

What is a Democratic precinct officer? What do we do?

The Canadian County Democrats’¬†precinct meetings on March 14 are coming soon. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about precinct officers and opportunities to make a difference. What is a precinct officer? A Democratic precinct officer is a grassroots volunteer who helps out in the neighborhood where he or she votes. What does a precinct […]

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Writing resolutions for precinct meetings and county conventions

What is a resolution? A resolution is a written opinion or declaration submitted for consideration and a vote by an official group, like those assembled for Canadian County’s precinct meetings on March 14 or county convention on April 6. What should I do before I write a resolution? Check out the Democratic National Committee’s 2016-20 […]

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What does the OK Democratic Party stand for? Read our Constitution & By-Laws

Check it out before our precinct meetings on March 14 and County Convention on April 6! This information appears on the Oklahoma Democratic Party website at https://okdemocrats.org/odp-rules/. For political geeks who like to dig deep, this page includes more information about: 1) Roberts Rules of Order Cheat Sheet; 2) ODP Organization/Caucus Procedure; 3) 2017 Constitution: […]

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