Meet and Greet with Paulette Jordan, U.S. Senate Candidate, Wednesday, September 23, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Bistro 45


Democratic Highway Clean up, Sunday, September 27, 4:30 pm, Elk Creek Church

Those willing to help should meet in the south parking area of Elk Creek Church on Highway 55 at 4:30 pm. Safety vests and trash bags will be provided. Participants should bring gloves and wear sturdy shoes.? Social distancing will be practiced and masks are recommended. ?
Valley County Democrats clean up both sides of a 2 mile stretch of Highway 55 twice a year. For more? information call Jim Arp at 208-315-5082



Tonight our nation mourns an American hero, a giant of legal doctrine, and a relentless voice in the pursuit of that highest American ideal: Equal Justice Under Law.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg stood for all of us. She fought for all of us. As a young attorney, she persisted through every challenge that an unequal system placed in her way to change the laws of our land and lead the legal charge to advance equal rights for women. It was my honor to preside over her confirmation hearings, and to strongly support her accession to the Supreme Court. In the decades since, she was consistently and reliably the voice that pierced to the heart of every issue, protected the constitutional rights of every American, and never failed in the fierce and unflinching defense of liberty and freedom. Her opinions, and her dissents, will continue to shape the basis of our law for future generations. May her memory be a blessing to all people who cherish our Constitution and its promise.

Tonight, and in the coming days, we should be focused on the loss of Justice Ginsburg and her enduring legacy. But just so there is no doubt, let me be clear: The voters should pick a President, and that President should select a successor to Justice Ginsburg. This was the position that the Republican Senate took in 2016, when there were nearly nine months before the election. That is the position the United States Senate must take now, when the election is less than two months away. We are talking about the Constitution and the Supreme Court. That institution should not be subject to politics.

Steve Eaton Benefit Zoom Concert for Valley County Dems. Friday, Sept. 25 at 6 pm

Steve is a well know singer-songwriter across Idaho and beyond. He has written songs for Art Garfunkel, The Carpenters, the Righteous Brothers and Anne Murray. He has performed all over the states and abroad. Raised in Pocatello, Steve has always given back to the community with concerts from Domestic Violence Programs to progressive causes and candiates. 

Steve will donate his time tonight to help Valley County Democrats raise funds for our Chase The Vote Program for this very important Novemeber election.

$10 donation

Get Your Democratic Candidates Yard Signs Now!!!!!

We have Biden-Harris, Soto, Tony Moss and Sherhiy “Gus” Stavynskyy Yard signs.

Biden-Harris yard signs will be available for recommended donation of $15 which will go to the Valley County Democratic Party to support their efforts in electing Democrats at all levels of government. You can pay by cash, check or on-line contribution

You can pick up your yard signs by calling Marilyn and Jim Arp at 208-634-5833.

Rudy Soto- Live Town Hall, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 10 am, Veterans Park, McCall (Rt. 55 and Lenora Street)

As part of Rudy’s Van Tour of Idaho, he will be visiting McCall this Tuesday. Masks and social distancing is required. Please come out and meet live with Rudy Soto who is running for Congress for the1st District.

Born and raised in Nampa, Idaho, Rudy is a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation and the son of a Mexican immigrant. He is the first person in his family to graduate from college. Rudy proudly served his country as a soldier in the U.S. Army National Guard and continued his life in public service as a congressional staffer in Washington, D.C. From Capitol Hill, he became the legislative director for the National Indian Gaming Association. Rudy is ready to bring his passion for public service back to Idaho, by serving in the United States House of Representatives