The Shelby County Democratic Party is assembling the largest and most well-trained field organization our area has ever seen. If you want to do your part to interact with Shelby County voters, register them, and get them to the polls to #TurnTNBlue, this is the training for you.
They will help recruit Democratic judges to observe elections at each polling place and verify candidates who wish to run as Democrats are, in fact, Democrats.
One hundred Memphis-area teens are now trained to disrupt public gatherings next year for a good reason: To boost voter turnout among young people.
A look at next year's local and state elections with Lee Mills, Chairman for the Republican Party of Shelby County, and Corey Strong, Chairman for the Shelby County Democratic Party with Bill Dries, senior reporter for the Memphis Daily News, and Host Eric Barnes.
Corey Strong, the newly elected chairman of the Shelby County Democratic Party, says to expect a brand-new strategy for winning elections in 2018.
If the SCDP becomes the true home of democratic values, attracts good candidates to run on those values, and champions those values day in and day out, we will not only win elections but see a truly blue Shelby County that is a clear reflection of our values.
The new chairman of the Shelby County Democratic Party says the local party has lost its voters and getting them back is the path to victory in the 2018 county elections and beyond.