Our County Reorganization was held Saturday, February 9 at 1:00 p.m. in Eagle. This is the biennial meeting when new officers to run the Eagle County Democratic Party for the next two years are elected. Only members of the Eagle County Democratic Party Central Committee are eligible to vote. Central Committee members include: current members of the Executive Committee, all Democratic federal, state, and county elected office holders residing in Eagle County, and all current Precinct Committee Persons elected at the 2018 Caucus.

The new Eagle County Democrats Party Officers, elected for a two year term, are:
Melissa Decker, Chair
Donna Grauer, 1st Vice Chair (Roaring Fork Valley)
Bob Rutledge, 2nd Vice Chair (PCP training & recruitment)
Keith Sylvain, 3rd Vice Chair (Technology & Recruitment)
Diane Levin, Secretary
Annie Goodman, Acting Treasurer

A full executive committee and delegates to the state reorganization were also elected.

The new Executive Committee Members at Large are:
Bruce Carey, Inga Causey, Cathy Click, Annie Goodman, Pat Hammon, Joy Harrison, Elyse Howard, Claire Noble, Nancy Shane, Brian Stockmar and Michelle Sylvain

Pat Hammon and Joy Harrison were elected as the Eagle County Democrats’ bonus members to the State Central Committee.

The following members were elected to District Central Committees:
Congressional District 3 Central Committee:  Pat Hammon and Joy Harrison
Senate District 5 Central Committee:  Claire Noble, Joy Harrison, Karen Eyrich and Gail Flesher
House District 26 Central Committee:  Inga Causey, Karen Eyrich, Pat Hammon, Joy Harrison, Debbie Marquez, and Claire Noble
Judicial District 5 Central Committee:  Inga Causey and Claire Noble

We would like to express our appreciation to the outgoing executive board for all of their hard work and to congratulate them on the very successful elections in 2018!

It is more important than ever for Democrats to come together and mobilize for the necessary work ahead.  We intend to facilitate concrete action to challenge the administration and our Republican members of Congress. Now is the time to get involved, and as Georgia’s Congressman and civil rights leader Representative John Lewis would say, “make some noise.”

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