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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.

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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.

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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

April Meeting

April 12: Legislative Session of 2017
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!
This month, we will host three great legislators to talk about the first 30 days of Republican government in Kentucky. Join us to hear Senator Morgan McGarvey, Representative Reginald Meeks, and Representative McKenzie Cantrell will discuss this past legislative session and what it means for us. Come learn about what happened and what it means for our community. Come join us!

Metro Dems April Meeting
Wednesday, April 12
IBEW Hall, 4315 Preston Highway
Doors open at 6:00 PM — Program begins at 6:30 PM

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Getting the newsletter but not a member, or let your membership lapse? You can now join or renew your membership on-line through PayPal. Click here!

Lunch with Attica Scott

On Thursday, April 20, at 12:00, the Metro Dems will host a lunch with Representative Attica Scott, at the Bristol Bar & Grill Downtown. The lunch will focus on give us an update of the session, answer questions about a special session and what activism she needs to help her. Please RSVP by April 14 to ensure space. Click here to RSVP. Lunch at own expense.

Metro Dems April Luncheon
Tuesday, April 20
The Bristol, 614 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202
12:00 PM

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Next Actions

Saturday, April 8 – 9:00 to 10:00 at Western Branch Library, 604 S 10th St, 40203 – Cafe LOUIE will meet at the Western Library for a community forum with Councilmember Barbara Sexton-Smith and Representative Attica ScottDetails here.

Saturday, April 8 – 9:00 to 10:00 at Iroquois Library, 601 W Woodlawn Ave, 40215 – Cafe LOUIE will meet at the Iroquois Library for a community forum with Senator Paul Hornback, Representative Jeff Donohue, Representative McKenzie Cantrell, and Councilmember Marianne ButlerDetails here.

Monday, April 106:30 to 8:00 at First Unitarian Church, 809 S 4th St, 40203 – Kentuckians for the Commonwealth will hold its Jefferson County Chapter Meeting. Members of the chapter’s Participatory Budgeting workgroup will present the recently released “People’s Guide to the Budget” and discuss ways to impact Louisville Metro’s 2017/2018 budget. You can download a copy of the guide on KFTC’s website here and get more information here.

Wednesday, April 12 – 6:00 to 8:00 – Metro Dems monthly meeting. Details above.

Saturday, April 15 – 9:00 to 10:00 at South Central/Okolona Library, 7709 Preston Hwy, 40219 – Cafe LOUIE will meet at the South Central/Okolona Library for a community forum with Representative Al Gentry, Representative Jim Wayne, and Councilmember Vicki Aubrey WelchDetails here.

Thursday, April 20 – 12:00 to 1:00 – Metro Dems monthly downtown lunch. Details above.

Saturday, April 22 – 9:00 to 10:00 at St. Matthews-Eline Branch Library, 3940 Grandview Ave, 40207 – Cafe LOUIE will meet at the Iroquois Library for a community forum with Senator Julie Raque Adams, Representative Attica Scott, Councilmember Bill Hollander, Councilmember Brent Ackerson (tentative), and Councilmember Angela LeetDetails here.

Saturday, April 29 – 9:00 to 10:00 at Westport Library, 8100 Westport Rd, 40222 – Cafe LOUIE will meet at the Iroquois Library for a community forum with Senator Julie Raque Adams, and Councilmember Angela LeetDetails here.

Saturday, April 292:00 to 3:00 at Pikeville City Park, 243 Main Street, Pikeville, KY 41501 – Join Pikeville Rally for Equality & American Values to stand up for peace, diversity, and love and to stand AGAINST Neo-Nazis and everything they represent. This event is open to people of every race, religion, orientation and class. Details here.

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