The Women’s March of Southern Oregon was joined by an estimated 10,000 people in Ashland. This was not an anti-trump march, but a march of solidarity for women’s rights. The Jackson County Democrats live-streamed the March on facebook. We also recorded the complete video of Kate , a 17-year old Ashland High School student who gave a speech that began “Dear Mr. Trump” and fired up the crowd.
Thursday, January 26, 6:30 PM
OEA Building, 2495 S Pacific Hwy, Medford
On January 26th, the Jackson County Democrats gather at the OEA building for our biennial Reorganization and election of officers. The challenges ahead will require a committed leadership team to carry out and expand our mission over the next two years. We hope you will be there to participate in this important election and we ask you to consider running for one of the offices. The office of Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer will be voted in by those PCP’s elected in the June, 2016 primary election. An additional 3 DPO State Central Committee delegates, and 5 alternates, will be voted in by all PCP’s, including those appointed through the 12/20/16 Central Committee meeting.
If you want to run or for more information, email email@example.com or call the office at 541-858-1050.
Saturday, January 21, 11:00 AM
Ashland Public Library, 410 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, Oregon 97520
We march in solidarity with the Women’s March in D.C. and in cities across the country in support of diversity, inclusion, and human rights.
The Jackson County Commissioners listened to our community’s panel and picked Nathan Sickler today to be our new Sheriff. He spearheaded the Bodyworn Camera Program and is committed to diversity training. He was trusted by Sheriff Corey Falls to be left in charge upon his resignation. “My intention, if elected for this position, will be to guide the agency along a similar path that Sheriff Corey Falls has established for us,” said Sickler in his application cover letter on Dec. 15.