Floyd County Democratic Women's Caucus
The Floyd County Democratic Women's Caucus was founded to engage women in public service. The organization's four point purpose is to 1) increase the number of Democratic women engaged in the political process, in elected and appointed positions; 2) educate and advocate for issues that are important to women; 3) inspire, recruit, train, and support progressive Democratic candidates; and 4) support the Floyd County Democratic Party and its Central Committee.
The organization meets once per quarter on the second Thursday in April, July and October. An annual holiday gathering is traditionally held the last week of December in conjunction with the Floyd County Democratic Central Committee and the Floyd County Democrat Men's Club. Additional community service and educational events are also held throughout the year. Membership dues are flexible, ranging from $10 to $75 dollars. For more information on the organization, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Floyd County Democrat Men's Club
The Floyd County Democratic Men's Club was founded to promote the ideals and principles of the Democrat Party and to further constructive cooperation between individuals, organizations, and the Democrat Central Committee; to raise funds and assist the Floyd County Democrat Central Committee in its operations, and to promote the election of Democrats and to promote fellowship among the membership.
The organization meets once per quarter, traditionally the second Wednesday in March, June, and September. An annual holiday gathering is traditionally held the last week of December in conjunction with the Floyd County Democratic Central Committee and the Floyd County Democratic Women's Caucus. Dues are $75 and include a meal at each meeting. For more information on the organization, please contact email@example.com.
Floyd County Young Democrats
The Mission of the Floyd County Young Democrats is to stimulate young people toward an active interest in governmental and civic affairs through a combination of social fellowship, community involvement, and political activism. Through the promotion of young people and their involvement in the political process, the FloydCounty Young Democrats work to support and advance policies of the highest principles and to increase the efficiency of popular government. Through this mission, the Floyd County Young Democrats not only work toward the highest degree of justice and social welfare for the citizens of our country, but also sculpt future leaders from the young citizens in the Floyd County and Southern Indiana community.
An affiliate of the Indiana Young Democrats and Democrats of America, the organization meets periodically throughout the year. Annual dues are $35 for regular members (18 - 36 years old), $25 for college enrolled students and free for high school students. Forever Young membership is also available for individuals over 36 years of age. For more information on the organizations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Floyd - Clark Stonewall Democrats
The Floyd - Clark Stonewall Democrats serves as a channel for the participation and involvement of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (hereafter "LGBTQ") people in the Democratic Party within Floyd and Clark Counties. the Its mission is to serve as an independent citizens' lobbying group before local officials, city administrators, neighborhood associations, and other organized groups; promoting LGBTQ involvement in the political process through voter registration and education projects; endorse specific Democratic Party candidates, candidates in non-partisan elections, and candidates who may or may not be affiliated with other political parties but who have no Democratic Party opposition and who are seeking an elective or appointive office affecting Floyd and Clark Counties; and providing personnel and financial assistance to endorsed candidates pursuant to applicable federal, state and local
An affiliate of the Indiana Stonewall Democrats, the organization meets monthly and frequently organizes special events and activities. Dues are $35 per person or $50 per couple. For more information on the organization, please contact email@example.com
College Democrats at Indiana University Southeast
As the official student arm of the Democratic Party, the College Democrats at Indiana University are dedicate to organizing college students at IU Southeast in order to encourage and develop the participation of young Americans in the political process and the Democratic Party. The organization strives to better our community and promote the principles of equality, opportunity, social justice, and freedom within a just and strong society. As college students, they are dedicated to representing the interests of students and youth within the political process.
Affiliated with the College Democrats of Indiana and the College Democrats of America, the groups meet regularly on campus. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Indiana Democratic African American Caucus - Southern Indiana Chapter
The Indiana Democratic African American Caucus (IDAAC) was founded to enhance the Democratic party’s inclusion of African Americans in decision making, elections, public office appointments and party positions. The regional chapter works to promote the active participation of the African American community in local institutions as it relates to political empowerment, international policy, communications, rural development, environmental protection and community self-determination.