Success Recipe for Democrats- You are the key ingredient!

Great things are happening in Tennessee!

Democrats are leading on the issues Tennesseans care about most: 

  • More jobs with better wages.
  • Protecting our public schools so all kids have a great education with well trained teachers.
  • Holding the current GOP mob running the state accountable for refusing our Medicaid expansion dollars. This corrupt decision denies vital healthcare to over 400,000 deserving Tennesseans and daily throws away 2.5 million dollars that should be coming into our state to keep hospitals open and energize our state economy! 


Working together with Democrats all over the state, the Tennessee Democratic County Chairs Association is pulling our weight in the effort to bring opportunity, fairness, and plain old hard work back to our state government. hands_all_in.jpg

Upcoming Training

Regional Campaign Volunteer Training- All Democrats Welcome!

Click Here to learn more and RSVP

The Knox County Democratic Party will be hosting a campaign training for campaign workers and candidates on Saturday, May 10th 2014 from 9 am - 4 pm.

Learn campaign basics, messaging, field strategy and fundraising from experts around the state!

This training is free and open to all Democrats.  Come early starting at 8 am for a free breakfast-  training starts sharp at 9 am!  Additionally, a free lunch will be served.

Become a Monthly Donor for the TDCCA!

We need your help to keep offering the training and support that Democratic Volunteer leaders need. With just $5, $10, or $15 a month or more we can keep moving forward to Election Day 2014 and beyond! 

Click here to learn more and add your donation!

 

Paid for by the Tennessee Democratic County Chairs Association and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. Federal law requires us to report the name, address, occupation and employer of those who contribute more than $200 in a calendar quarter.

Contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions. Todd Sharp, Treasurer

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