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2016 Spring Dinner & Silent Auction w/guest speaker Jay Heck of Common Cause in WI


The Sheboygan County Democratic Party invites you to attend our annual Spring Dinner and Silent Auction. Join the officers, executive board, and like-minded community activists for an evening of great food, drinks, and friends.

We are pleased to announce that our guest speaker will be Jay Heck, Executive Director of Common Cause in Wisconsin, for this year’s event.

Common Cause is a nonpartisan grassroots organization dedicated to upholding the core values of American democracy. It works to create open, honest, and accountable government that serves the public interest; promote equal rights, opportunity, and representation for all; and empower all people to make their voices heard in the political process.

The Dinner will be held on Sunday, May 22nd at Sheboygan Town & Country Club (W1943 Co Rd J, in Sheboygan).

Dinner will be $30 per person or $20 for students. Cocktails & Silent Auction will begin at 4:00 PM, Dinner at 5:00 PM with our speaker program to follow.

A silent auction will be held to raise money for the local party. Donations of items for the silent auction can be dropped off at Tim Lorenz’s home, 2708 N. 7th Street in Sheboygan (457-2911), or at Deb Klock’s home, 529 North Street in Plymouth (912-5268).  ...Full Article


On November 12, 2015, the Sheboygan County Democratic Party held a forum and asked you what are the important issues facing us in Sheboygan County. YOU came and YOU spoke. All of the issues were listed and prioritized according to the discussion groups. Our Education Committee has taken this information and produced a list of these issues that are now action plans for the Party.

The number one issue was voter registration and protection. Education and American jobs were also at the top of the list. What are we doing with this information?

A large scale effort, with many volunteers, are canvassing to insure voters have the information they need to get registered and obtain proper ID. If they need help accomplishing this, assistance is given. This is an on-going project. If you are able to help, contact Mary Jo Stoelb at 920-627-3122. She is coordinating the project.

Also, at the party headquarters open house, on April 24, 2016, from 2:00 p.m. until about 4:00 p.m. Robert Reich’s increasingly famous film “Inequality For All” will be shown. All are welcome to attend. Do not miss the film’s accurate economic explanation of where the nation is, how it got there, and what could be next. ...Full Article


 Social Security

Medicare, Medicaid, Healthcare Reform, Food Safety

New Deal, Great Society, Peace Corp, Vista, Job Corp

Civil Rights, Women’s Right to Vote, Equal Rights, Voting Rights Act,

Motor Voter

Equal Pay Act

 Consumer Protection, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,

Banking and Wall Street Regulations, Security and Exchange Commission,

 Funding for Science, Medical and Engineering Research, Space Exploration,

Federal Reserve System, Anti-trust Legislation

National Science Foundation,

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

 Support for Public Education, Head Start,

School Lunch and Breakfast Programs

 National Labor Relations Board, 8 Hr. Work Day, 40 Hr. Work Week,

Overtime, Unemployment Benefits, Workers’ Compensation, Minimum Wage,

 Environmental Protection, Increased National Parks and Wilderness Areas,

 Federal Emergency Management Agency

Child Labor Laws

Endangered Species Act

 Veterans’ Benefits, GI Bill

 United Nations, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Marshall Plan

 Vehicle Safety Requirements, Reduced Emissions, Fuel Economy Standards,

Corporate Average Fuel Economy

 Tennessee Valley Authority

 Federal Loan Program

 Public Broadcasting System

 Economic Growth (Democratic Presidents: Woodrow Wilson through 

Barack Obama) ...Full Article

How to get a photo ID for elections.

Madeleine Behr, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin3:26 p.m. CST January 25, 2016

The state’s voter identification law will be in effect for primary and general elections this year. Although the law was official last year, it wasn’t in place for the spring 2015 elections because of the short time between the law passage and Election Day.

Now, anyone who wants to vote this spring must have photo identification with them.

There are two elections coming up — the Feb. 16 primary, which includes a state

Supreme Court primary and local government primaries, and the April 5 spring elections, which includes local government races and the presidential preference primary.

Here’s how to make sure you have the right ID to vote:

  • No special “voter ID cards” exist. The law did not create new IDs, but required that existing photo IDs be used to vote
  • A Wisconsin DOT-issued driver’s license or ID card, military ID card or a United States passport are accepted for voting
  • Revoked or suspended driver’s licenses are acceptable
  • Expired driver’s licenses are acceptable only if they expired after the last general election, from Nov. 4, 2014
  • Student ID cards from a Wisconsin university or college must have an issue date, signature of student and an expiration date no later than two years after the issue date to be accepted.
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