To promote the work of the Eighth Ward Independent Democratic Association, City of St. Louis.
Meet your elected officials and candidates one-on-one. Hear informed speakers discuss important civic and political topics. Build better government by helping to elect well-qualified Democrats. Join us on the 3rd Thursday of the month, 7:30 pm, St. Margaret of Scotland Church basement, 39th & Flad. No meetings July, August, November, December.
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May 17 and June 21, 2018 8th Ward Dems meetings + June 10th Luau Fundraiser
May 17 and June 21, 2018 - 7:30 pm - 8th Ward Dems meetings - hear from Democratic Primary Election candidates on the August 7, 2018 Missouri primary ballot on both dates. June 21st meeting is our endorsement meeting, when members (per our bylaws) vote on which Democratic candidates to endorse in the primary. CHILDCARE PROVIDED AT BOTH MEETINGS.
And here's the info on our June 10th Luau Fundraiser:
The thoughts expressed here related to some of the discussion at our 8th Ward Dems meeting yesteday evening (3rd Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018). Jeanette Mott Oxford is a former Missouri state representative who represented part of the 8th Ward and received our endorsement when she ran for election.
The 8th Ward Dems will meet on September 20, 2018 and October 18, 2018, at 7:30 pm at St. Margaret of Scotland Church in the church basement. 39th & Flad. Childcare provided. (Meetings are on the third Thursday of the month in the months when we meet.)
Last day to register to vote in the November 6th, 2018 election is October 10, 2018 (postmark date if you are mailing in a registration).
Meeting Date: 2/15/18
Call to Order at 7:35 pm. Chairman Marc Stoff started the meeting by stating that the EWIDA would continue to work for the values it always has, supporting the rights of working people and the poor, and supporting Democrats.
Minutes of Previous Meeting were read by Marc Stoff,
Chairman. It was moved & seconded to approve the minutes, motion carried.
Committeeman Report:Paul Fehler briefly thanked everyone who supported him during his
campaign, and stated that he plans to continue to be around for a long time. He
then had to leave (sick child).
Barbara Beck was tied up accepting new memberships and signing people in to the
meeting, and asked for her report to be passed down the agenda
Guest Speaker: Nicole Hudson – Deputy Mayor for Racial
Equity and Priority Initiatives
Nicholas James, collective bargaining rep for the Service
Employees International Union spoke about the history of the Union movement in
the US, with its sta…