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If you’re exploring your political options in Plymouth County, Iowa, this is the place to be. The Plymouth County Democrats are an active group of folks just like you, dedicated to helping people in need, offering a compassionate alternative, and informing area citizens about local issues.

About Us

Who are the Plymouth County Democrats?

We’re your neighbors. We’re fellow Iowans, farmers and teachers. We sit next to you in church, at the Legion, at the dinner table.

We went to school at LCHS, Gehlen Catholic, some of us went to Westmar back in the day. We’re Westerners, Rockets, Panthers, Blackhawks. We sat next to you on the school bus.

We’re your friends. We’re your family.

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Day of Service

Monday, January 21, 2019

In lieu of their regular monthly meeting of the county central committee, the Plymouth County Democrats will be observing Martin Luther King, Jr., Day as a day of service. 
Local Democrats will be joining other volunteers in a food drive at the Le Mars Fareway, located at 18 First Avenue NE, to benefit the Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (CSADV).  Pending final confirmation with volunteers, this drive will operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

In Kingsley local Democrats will be sponsoring a food drive all day at Chet’s Food, 128 Main Street, to benefit The Dwelling Food Pantry. 

In Akron local Democrats will be sponsoring a food drive from 5 to 8 at Maynards, 200 Reed Street, to benefit the Akron Food Pantry.

All three locations will be accepting non-perishable food items and paper goods. 

Thoughts

Day of Service

In lieu of their regular monthly meeting of the county central committee Monday, January 21, the Plymouth County Democrats will be observing Martin Luther King, Jr., Day as a day of service.  Local Democrats will be joining other volunteers in a food drive at the Le Mars Fareway, located at 18 First Avenue NE, to benefit …

Plain Conversation to Focus on Tariffs and Trade

“Trump’s Tariffs: Global, National and Local Perspectives” is the title of the next Plain Conversation, an educational series sponsored by the Sioux County Democrats. Patrick Bass, a professor at Morningside College, and Lauren Kaemingk, a commodity futures broker from Sioux Center, will speak on the topic Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Fruited …

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