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The Mason County Democratic Party is an organization committed to supporting the Democratic Party efforts in Mason County, Michigan, and the United States.We meet the first Thursday of the month, 7:00 PM at the Oakview Medical Care Facility, 1001 E. Diana Street, Ludington. Please go to the Maple Room. For more information contact Chris Fonnesbeck at 845 7058, or Dee Payment at 843 8750. All are welcome.

Monthly Meeting
First Thursday
7:00 PM
Oakview Medical Care Facility

Office located above Nautical Yarn
on S. Rath St. downtown Ludington


Photos from July 31 Meet and Greet with Marc Schauer

What is ALEC?

See article here.

Tom Stobie for State Representative

Friends... Meet Tom

Fmr. State Rep. Dan Scripps


I'm writing to share some exciting developments in our 101st State House District, and to ask you to support our candidate – Tom Stobie.

You and I have experienced a lot of joy and heartache together. In 2008 we won an historic landslide victory. However, in 2010, we just missed successfully resisting the tidal wave that shook Michigan and lost the 101st seat to Ray Franz.

Since then, Franz has represented northwest Michigan poorly ... to put it kindly. He’s raised taxes on seniors and families, cut more than $2 billion dollars from our schools and children, pushed to turn our public schools over to for-profit corporations, opposed adding health insurance for 320,000 Michiganders, voted to weaken environmental protections for our precious dunes and wetlands, and even voted against funding the Pure Michigan tourism campaign that brings so many jobs to our region.

We’ve just missed beating Ray Franz the last two elections by only a few hundred votes (each time we received 49% of the vote). But, come this November, we can retake this seat with your help.

We’ve got a great candidate in Tom Stobie. He’s a veteran, teacher, coach, and administrator who ended his career as the Superintendent of Frankfort-Elberta Area Schools in Benzie County. Tom will fight back against Ray Franz and the extremist agenda that’s taken over Lansing. He’ll restore adequate funding for our schools, eliminate the retirement tax that Franz supported, protect our environment, support small businesses, and defend women’s rights.  Tom’s campaign is ramping up: he’s put together a campaign team with a track-record of defeating incumbents, and now has more cash in the bank than Ray Franz. Tom recently launched his website and Facebook page, and will officially launch the campaign on March 20th during a tour of the district.

I’m asking you to support Tom just as much as you supported me.

You’ll be hearing much more from Tom himself over the next few weeks, but I wanted you to know right away how strongly I support Tom and how confident I am that he will win this November and be a representative that makes us proud.

Thanks so much,

Dan Scripps

Local democrats protest in 2011.
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