Do you want to defend the common good and make sure all children have access to quality education? You need to run for school board! Despite all the attacks, public education is the last great equalizer in this country and being a school board member means you have the ability to protect that. Some people … Read more Run for School Board. Yes, YOU!
As we all know all too well, Covid-19 has thrown a wrench into 2020. And it’s taken a toll on the DPBC Events schedule. No Spring Fling, no Steak Fry, and no Holiday Party. Most unfortunately, a consequence of losing the 2020 Holiday Party is losing the food donations collection. Please, for those of us … Read more Food Donations Needed
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On Thursday, October 29, you have the opportunity to testify on why you believe in the importance of nonpartisan, fair and representative maps at a public hearing held by the People’s Maps Commission. The hearing will take place virtually from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The hearing is the second in a series of at least … Read more Show Your Support for Fair, Representative Maps
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The Coalition of Voting Organizations of Brown County, WI – COVO – is offering FREE rides to early voting hours. COVO is a non-partisan group assisting with voter registration, absentee ballots, getting a photo ID for voting, and any other help you may need to vote. Call them at 920-445-8671 to schedule your ride, at … Read more FREE Rides to Early Voting
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The Democratic county parties that comprise the 8th Congressional District have pooled their resources to create a $300 reward system that will pay for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of individuals who are doing malicious damage to and theft of Democrat candidates’ signage. This behavior by individuals who have issues with the … Read more Reward Offered to Stop Theft and Vandalism of Political Signs
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