Due to the virus we have been unable to meet in a safe environment therefore, the Oakville Democratic Organization has decided to host an outdoor meeting on July 21 at Bee Tree Park in the Jack Lower Pavilion starting at 6:30 PM. At this time we have confirmation of all District 6 candidates for the county council. Also Jean Pretto and Ann Zimpher running for the State Representative have confirmed. State Senate candidate Doug Beck has also confirmed. State Treasurer candidate Vickie England and congressional candidate Jill Schupp are attempting to work the event into their schedules. County Executive candidates have been invited with confirmation from Jake Zimmerman. We have also been sent invitations to State Wide Candidates as well. We are encouraging for everyone to wear face Masks. Being in the park we will be able to have proper Social distancing and make it as sanitized as possible. We welcome all members and their friends to attend. Bring your own beverages and lawn chairs just in case!. Hope to see you there!
U.S House 2nd District – Jill Schupp https://jillschupp.com/
Governor – Nicole Galloway https://nicolegalloway.com/
Secretary of State – Yinka Faleti https://yinkafaleti.com/
Treasurer – Vicki Lorenz Englund https://www.vickienglund.com/
Attorney General 2 Candidates
Rich Finneran https://www.richfinneran.com/
Elad Gross www.eladgross.org
State Senate 1st District – Doug Beck https://beckformo.com/
State Representative 94th District Jean Pretto https://jeanpretto.com/
State Representative 95th District – Ann L Zimpfer https://www.zimpferforrep.com
County Executive 4 Candidates
Mark Mantovani https://www.markforstlouis.com/
Sam Page https://sampage.com/
Jamie Tolliver https://jamietolliver4exec.org/
Jake Zimmerman https://www.jakezimmerman.org/
We are pleased to announce Ann Zimpfer is our candidate for the 95th district. She shared this with us to help get to know her!
My name is Ann Zimpfer and I am running for House Representative of the 95th district. I am running because I strongly believe that we need change in the 95th district. We need a candidate who truly wants to represent the folks in the 95th district.
I grew up in Cape Girardeau. My father taught at Southeast Missouri State University and my mother was President of the League of Women Voters during the 1970s. I graduated from SEMO with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. I later completed my Master’s Degree in Education from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar Missouri.
My husband and I are both involved in Team Activities For Special Kids, TASK. We have been active since its inception 24 years ago. Our eldest son was on TASK’s first T-Ball team for children with special needs. TASK has expanded, over the years, to serve over 400 families. We have served in many capacities with this nonprofit organization. My husband currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors and I teach cooking and STEM classes. I have also participated in their week long summer camp for over 15 years.
Since filing for Representative we have been working on developing our campaign to have a strong plan as we enter this race. I am excited about this run and the opportunity to be a true representative for the people in Oakville.
Our next club meeting on April 1st is cancelled. The County Executive has asked all meetings with 20 people in attendance be cancelled. In addition, the Missouri Democratic party has asked that all political meetings be cancelled. The Caucus to be held on April 6 is also cancelled. That caucus will be held within the congressional caucus on May 30. The location for the congressional caucus has not been determined. We will inform of that location when we have it. If you would like to be considered to be a delegate to the national convention you must fill out form MM by May 15 or at the congressional meeting. You can get the form from the Missouri Democratic Party. Any questions regarding the caucus contact Bob Ford or Joan Barry.
The primary will be held on March 10. The new system will print a ballot for each voter, a process which should take about 24 seconds. All ballots will be ‘fill in the square,’ then feed the ballot into the counting machine.
The ballot has more than 20 names – including many candidates who have withdrawn and others who are just on Missouri’s ballot.
Democrats are reminded that in order to participate in the caucus they must vote in the March 10 Democratic Presidential Primary.
The Oakville caucus will be held on April 6 at Oakville High School. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. No one will be admitted after the 7:00 p.m. start. The number of delegates to be selected will be conveyed by the party to the club based on the election results. At the caucus supporters of qualifying candidates will select delegates to the Congressional District meeting.
At the Congressional meeting some delegates to the national convention (in Milwaukee in July) will be selected. Others will be selected at the state meeting.
Delegates to the national convention will be responsible for paying their expenses – around $5,000 – to the national convention.
Wednesday, February 12 is the last day to register in order to vote in the Missouri Presidential Primary on March 10. If you know someone that needs to register, please share this information.
In addition, if anyone wants to participate in the Democratic Caucus to select delegates to the convention, they are required to have voted in the Democratic Primary.
Below is a link for voter registration information in Missouri.
Due to inclement weather, tonight’s meeting will be cancelled.
The Oakville Democratic Organization is again offering a Scholarship for two Oakville High School Seniors (one male and one female) for continuing education to attend a post-secondary institution.
To make the contest successful, the Oakville Democratic Organization seek to collect entries to send to the judging coordinator. Click here for a packet for applicants. Packets will also be sent to the principals and counselor department of Oakville High School.
The theme for this year scholarship is The 19th Amendment. The writing prompt is:
The Nineteenth Amendment, giving women the right to vote, represented a revolutionary change in our constitutional system.
• What was it about the Nineteenth Amendment that constituted such a change?
• Do you believe the addition of the Nineteenth Amendment to our Constitution brought substantial change to American society?
• In your view, what additional changes should occur in our society to fulfill the promise of the Nineteenth Amendment?
Essays must be sent to the judging coordinator and postmarked by Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. Scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $250.00 Two Scholarships will be awarded – one for male student and 1 for a female student. The contest is open to students in 12th grade from Oakville High School.
For more information on the scholarship contact Thomas S. Bamvakais (314 420-2329) firstname.lastname@example.org.
The South County Democratic Clubs are proud to present an evening with Senator Jill Schupp Democratic Candidate for the U.S. House Of Representatives Missouri District 02 on Thursday, January 30th 7:00 pm at Genesis Catering, 2651 Telegraph Road, St. Louis