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We are always excited to welcome new members to our club! On this page, you can join the club, renew your dues, or donate to the work. If you have any questions, you can email the Webmaster at “Webmaster at Metro Dems dot com.”

To Join Metro Dems

Joining Metro Dems is a two-step process: filling out the membership form, then paying your dues. You do both of these using this page.

Fill Out the Membership Form

Pay or Renew Your Dues

Your dues help pay the ongoing expenses of the club, such as meeting space rental, food, audio-visual equipment, and speaker honorariums. In addition, your dues go to help fund special projects, such as our annual service project, our booths at various events, and the debates we hosted this year.

There are two membership types: Standard at $30 a year, and the $15 Young Dem membership for those who are current members of that excellent organization. (The Young Dem membership also applies to high school and college Young Dems.) Just choose the membership type you wish to pay for in the drop-down below, then click the Buy Now button. If you need to pay for more than one membership, you can change the quantity on the next screen.

Membership Types
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Donate to Metro Dems

If you want to help support the work of the club beyond your dues, you can donate using the button below. Donations help us to even more to advance progressive causes and elect more and better Democrats. Remember, donations to Metro Dems are not tax-deductible, but ARE welcome!

Recent Posts

June Update

June 14: Kentucky Tax Reform
Who May Be Helped, Who May Be Hurt
Join us with State Representative Joni Jenkins and Anna Baumann with Kentucky Center for Economic Policy to discuss the proposal for a special session to deal with tax reform. Who may be helped and who may be hurt. How will you be affected and what can we do. See more here.
Metro Dems June Meeting
Wednesday, June 14
IBEW Hall, 4315 Preston Highway
Doors open at 6:00 PM — Program begins at 6:30 PM
June 10: Repair Affair
Volunteer to Help Neighbors in Need
This year the Metro Democratic Club has pledged to help New Directions Housing Corp in their mission to help our neighbors in need.

The average annual income for Repair Affair homeowners is less than $8000! We’re talking elderly and or disabled homeowners in our own community. New Directions Housing Corp is striving to help 150 homeowners in Southern Indiana and Louisville, and last year they repaired an amazing 186 homes.

Let’s show the city that Democrats care and join us June 10 for the 24th Repair Affair.

Please contact Troy Ransdell at if you wish to participate. Also check out the Facebook event and let your friends know how they can do good in the community.

Next Actions

Friday, June 9 – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Old Louisville Tavern, 1532 S 4th St, 40208 – Come meet the Louisville Young Democrats! This is a casual get together where you can hear a little more about who they are and what they do, and mostly just enjoy good company over a refreshing drink. Details here.

Monday, June 12 – 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm at Teamsters Local 783, 7711 Beulah Church Rd, 40228 – Okolona Roundup!  Bring a friend and enjoy a night together with our Democratic officials! Bean soup, brats, hot dogs, and refreshments will be served.

Monday, June 26 – 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm at Main Library, 301 York St, 40203 – Kentuckians for the Commonwealth will host its monthly economic justice meeting to discuss building a local economic justice campaign focused on equitable development, affordable housing and healthcare, and participatory budgeting. Meeting will be held in the Board Room on the Mezzanine Level. Details here.

Wednesday, June 28 – 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm at Louisville Democratic Party Headquarters, 1501 Durrett Lane, 40213 – Jefferson County Democratic Party Executive Committee will hold its monthly meeting. Any Democrat may come observe.

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