The mission of the D30 Club is simple: we help elect Democrats. Fortunately for the hundreds of Annapolis-area Do-Something Democrats, we don't have to wait until the next presidential election to exercise our organizing talents and make a real difference in our community by living that mission.
The City of Annapolis election is November 7th, 2017. Two Democrats have announced their candidacy for mayor of Annapolis: Senator John Astle and businessman Gavin Buckley. You can participate in The Capital's poll on the election here. The campaigns are heating up now - keep an eye on the Club's events page for candidate-related announcements and events.
Stay engaged in 2017!
Don't feel like watching the inauguration? Join us for a Day of Service at the Anne Arundel Food Bank.
Do you want to effectively engage elected officials on the issues important to you? Join us for a panel on the 101s of legislative advocacy!
Thank you to the many Do-Something Democrats who joined the greater Annapolis community to march in Monday's City of Annapolis Martin Luther King Jr. Parade!
Not pictured: Alderwoman Sheila Finlayson, Alderwoman Rhonda Pindell-Charles, Alderman Joe Budge, Alderman Kenny Kirby, Anne Arundel County Democratic Central Committee Chairwoman Christine Davenport
33rd Democratic Club Monthly Meeting
Alexus Viegas for City Council Ward 7 - Campaign Launch
Almost 7:30 Breakfast Club | Speaker: Linnell Bowen
D30's Day of Service
Traveling to the Women's March on Washington
(New bus option leaving from Greenbelt)
Gavin for Mayor - Campaign Kickoff
D30's January Meeting
Countywide Democratic Forum: Planning for the Future
Can't miss articles of the week
Trump’s nominee to head EPA has opposed the Chesapeake Bay cleanup (Post)
ACA rally draws large crowds to Bowie State (Capital)
Guest column from D30 Board member Marc Rodriguez: City needs nondiscrimination ordinance (Capital)