Together We Win! Diversity Is Our Strength
APRIL 12 & 13 at Plumbers Local 98, Madison Heights, MI 48071
The first Camp Millie of 2014 is fast approaching (less than a week away). We have a great schedule planned, filled with information from people who’ve been successful in running for office. You seldom see this kind of experience at one training; an opportunity to learn from those in the know.
Campaign Finance Reform Experts & Activists To Speak
Register Now for April 4, 2014 in Ann Arbor.
Co-Sponsored by the Justice Caucus
By: Rudy Serra
Past Co-Chair and Co-Founder, Justice Caucus
Founder and Former Chair, MDP Stonewall Caucus (now known as “LGBT Caucus”)
Attorney – Former Judge
Camp Millie -- Together We Win!
Diversity Is Our Strength
Plumbers' Local 98, 555 Horace Brown Dr., Madison Heights, MI 48071
April 12-13, 2014
The Justice Caucus Camp Millie training program for activists, candidates and campaign staff is back!
The Justice Caucus, Michigan’s progressive democratic caucus with over 2500 members statewide, opposes the proposed “Chained CPI” cut to Social Security benefits. Committed to social and economic justice, the Justice Caucus is described by State Senator Glenn Anderson as, “the conscience of the Michigan Democratic Party.” Our members include disabled and retired people, veterans, students, working people, small business owners, professionals and others.
Justice for Michigan PAC, the political action committee of the Justice Caucus, has announced that U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will give the keynote address at its 2013 Millie Jeffrey Awards Dinner. Sen. Bernie Sanders is the longest serving independent in U.S. congressional history.
Did you know there are nearly 20,000 people throughout the state of
Michigan who are eligible to vote at the MDP Convention?
So, who can vote?
The Justice Caucus is pleased to announce an exciting program at the Michigan Democratic Party convention on Saturday, February 23rd. The meeting will be held at 10am in Room W2-65, Cobo Hall.
Citizens United v. FEC
The Invisible "Person" in Michigan Elections