Highway Cleanup- Sunday, June 12 at 4:30 pm

 

Dems stepping out to Cleanup Highway 55 in earlier cleanup

Dems stepping out to Cleanup Highway 55 in earlier cleanup

The spring Valley County Democrats Adopt-A-Highway clean-up has been re-scheduled for Sunday, June 12, 2016, at 4:30 pm. A no-host social time at Home Town Pizza in McCall will follow the clean-up. Anyone willing to help should meet at the Elk Creek Church parking lot on Highway 55 at 4:30 pm. Safety vests and trash bags will be provided. Participants should wear hats, sunscreen, and sturdy shoes and bring gloves and water. For more information call Jim Arp at 634-5833.

Continue the Spirit of the Caucus Party- Overflow crowd at South Side Grill

Valley County residents backed into the main dinning room at South Side Grill organized by the Valley Democratic Party to meet Sean Gould who is running for Valley County Commissioner and James Piotrowski for Congress. Many new faces from the caucus along with old hands attended the fun event and people across the political spectrum that are impressed with our candidates. Donations and volunteers for upcoming campaigns were obtained.

Successful Valley County Democratic Presidential Caucus

Over 270 people attended our Presidential Caucus March 22 at McCall Donnelly High School. The turnout was a record statewide with  nearly 24,000 people in attendance. This year’s caucus turnout beat the previous best, which was in 2008 at about 21,000. Sanders prevailed in the state with 18,640; Clinton with 5,065.

Elected as Valley County delegates for Bernie Sanders were Matthew Ganz, McCall, Chance Cooney, Cascade; Bill Siffords, McCall; alternate Tamara Code, McCall, alternate Dan Wilson, Roseberry; and alternate Jacqueline Crowley, McCall.

Elected for Hillary Clinton were Karen Balch, Cascade and alternate Frank Eld, Roseberry.

Delegates will be attending the June 16-19 Statewide Convention in Boise.