Nemaha County democrats to meet one week later
Submitted by JoLene Bloom
Due to conflicts with the Seneca Public Library, the Nemaha County Democrats will meet a week later than previous scheduled — at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Seneca City Library east annex — instead of the usual third weekend.
Discussion will include the end of the year ethics commission report, which was filed Jan. 6, a KC3 grant for greater Democratic participation in the year’s elections, the Presidential Primary balloting for May 2 through the U.S. mail or by voting at Terrace Heights from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Washington Days at the Topeka Ramada Inn on Friday and Saturday, March 6 and 7.
The county Democrats plan to host meet-and-greets for the new director of the Kansas Democratic Party, Ben Meers, as well as for U.S. Senate candidates Usha Reddi, Robert Tillman and Dr. Barbara Bollier and U.S. House candidate Michelle de La Isla this spring.
Anyone wishing to join the group is welcomed and can contact JoLene Rae Bloom, county chair, at [email protected] or 785-336-3641.