Sunday, February 28, 2016

Young Democratic Women Speaking Out

The most important question Democrats should be asking these days is not "How do we get young people out to vote?"  The question we should be asking is, "What issues concern you and what should your representatives be doing to address those issues?"

Well meaning politicians on the Democratic side are so intent on telling voters what they will do for them, they forget to ask if what they want to do is in fact what we want.  And especially so for young voters.  This is a shame, because it turns out they have a lot to say.

On Thursday, March 3, Charleston County Democratic Women will host three young women from our community, who will address just that issue.  It promises to be a great meeting, and I hope to see you there.

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Let’s Hear It!
From Our Future
March 3, 2016 * 6:00 PM
Holiday Inn Riverview

Savannah Frierson - Author and Administrative Assistant at the Avery Research Center, Ali Titus - Program Officer at the Coastal Community Foundation, and Monica Tanouye - Communications and Diversity Officer at the Coastal Community Foundation will talk about their perceptions of the political process, what they hope to see in the future and the ways they believe we can successfully work together for positive change in our community.

Join us to learn and add to the discussion in the Q&A following their presentations.

Please RSVP to

We encourage the participation of young Democrats in our meetings and the political process in our county, state and nation. We enjoy hosting our young members or members-to-be.

If you are a young adult or student of any age in search of a sponsor for the buffet dinner, please contact Jan Leonard ( by March 1, 2016, for more information.

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