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Monday, April 8, 2019

4/22 - Earth Day Potluck

Barron County Democrats'
Earth Day Potluck Supper
Monday, 4/22 @ 5:30PM
Cameron Community Center
512 W Main St, Cameron (map)

Join us Monday 4/22 for a pot luck supper with the Barron County Democrats!

As April 22 is Earth Day, our speaker, Kent Shifferd, will address today’s climate crisis.

We will also honor three people from our community with “Kubbe” awards. The Kubbe is recognition for those persons who have demonstrated civic values while serving the common good.

There is no charge for the event, and we ask that everyone bring a dish to pass.
Please click here to RSVP.
The RSVP form offers suggestions for dishes.
You can also RSVP by calling Pat at 608-886-7821.

Monday, April 1, 2019

VOTE TUESDAY 4/2!

VOTE TUESDAY, APRIL 2!
Polls Open: 7:00AM - 8:00PM

Elect Judge Lisa Neubauer for WI Supreme Court
Find Your Polling Place: MyVote.WI.gov

This is really important. Contact everyone you know and make sure they're voting for Neubauer too! (Lots of people forget about Spring Elections like this.)

Monday, March 18, 2019

Thurs 3/21 - Barron County Dems Meeting

Barron County Democrats Meeting
Thursday, 3/21 @ 7:00PM
16 W John St, Rice Lake (map)

Join us for our March meeting. We'll have updates on the Spring Election including Lisa Neubauer's campaign for Supreme Court and local races.

Neubauer Yard Signs will be available for pick-up!

Make your plan to vote April 2nd! Visit MyVote.WI.gov to preview your ballot, find your polling place, or request an absentee ballot.

Lots of other chances to get involved and great events coming up. Check our calendar for more!

Please bring an item to donate to the Food Pantry!

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Thurs 3/7 - Climate Change Solutions Discussion in Spooner

An Exploration of Climate Solutions
Thurs 3/7 @ 7:00PM
Spooner DNR Station (map)
(Facebook Event Link)

The vast quantity of carbon released into the atmosphere by the industrialization process of the last 100 years has increased the earth’s temperature with dramatic effects on our climate, environment, and wildlife.

This forum will present various government responses now in the spotlight to control manmade carbon production and limit further warming:
  • The Green New Deal
  • Carbon Fee & Dividend
  • Other mixes of policy & technology

Speakers will present the pros and cons of each and further discuss a robust blend of policy and technology.

Event sponsored by: Citizens Climate Lobby, Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter, and Wisconsin Conservation Voters. (Note this is not a DNR-sponsored event.)