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September 26th, 2021

#St. Louis StopTheBans Rally October 2nd, 10 a.m.

Luther Ely Smith Square

20 N. 4th St. Saint Louis

In 2019, we all fought back against Missouri House Bill 126 and its attacks on Missourians' reproductive freedom. So far, federal courts have blocked HB 126's eight-week abortion ban, but the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals (one step from the Supreme Court) is considering whether to allow Missouri's ban to take effect. Come together to #StopTheBans, protect access to abortion, and demand reproductive freedom for all! RSVP and more information: Face Book event page:


Coming in October: St. Charles County Progressive Democrats Reboot

Just Regular People learning about local and state Democratic politics, and how to become involved in our Democracy. There is no such thing as a stupid question, and there are so many ways to become involved.

Mark your calendars for Oct 27, 7 p.m. More information coming soon.


Covid-19 Resources


Free Flu Shots

The St. Charles County Department of Public Health will partner with several area organizations to provide free flu shots for those ages 6 months and older during a vaccination clinic from 2-7 p.m., on Friday, Oct. 8 in the College Center building at St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville.

Appointments are necessary for this flu clinic and can be scheduled online at or by calling 636-928-WELL (9355). In accordance with Community College policy, individuals within all indoor public spaces on campus must wear a mask or other face covering, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.



Join the Democratic Legislative Network!

The Democratic Legislative Network is building a community of dedicated activists to support our ideals, our message and our candidates in Missouri. Fill out this form to help us put more Democrats into office! Sign up for our concise and actionable weekly newsletter here: DLN Newsletter Sign Up

What you can do for Missourians this week:

Call Gov. Parson (573) 751-3222 and tell him to pardon wrongfully convicted Missourians Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson. The story of these wrongfully convicted Missourians has made national news, as Governor Parson prioritized the pardon of the McCloskeys, the gun-toting couple who pleaded guilty to assault just recently. Meanwhile, Kevin Strickland has maintained his innocence for 43 years. We cannot stop advocating for Mr. Strickland and Mr. Johnson’s freedom.

Call Sen. Hawley and Sen. Blunt and tell them to PASS THE PRO ACT NOW! The U.S. Senate has just come back from recess and it’s past time we pushed our electeds to stand up for working people and to pass the PRO Act.

Sen. Blunt 202-224-5721

Sen. Hawley 202-224-6154



Stay up-to-date on what is happening with the Democratic Party in St. Charles County by liking the Face Book Page: and the St. Charles Co Progressive Democrats Club:

Ever thought about running for office?

Know someone who might be interested in being a candidate?

The St. Charles Dems are ready to help!

Call St. Charles Co Democratic Central Committee

Candidate advisory committee at 636-345-0256


From the Candidates

We have invited Democratic Candidates (or, at the county level, “friendly” candidates) affecting St. Charles County to share some of their thoughts here. Each week we will try to include submissions from candidates at the county, state and federal level. Order of publication is based on order of receipt of the submission. Disclaimer: This is for the benefit of voter engagement, and does not represent an endorsement of any candidate by the St. Charles Co Democratic Central Committee.

From Jessica DeVoto, Candidate for MO House District 104 (pending redistricting)

"We need to talk about climate change. Climate change is real, and it’s an existential threat not only to Missourians but also to the entire world. We need to invest in sustainable energy and business practices. We've all felt the effects of climate change. In recent years, we've seen hotter summers, colder winters, increased precipitation and flooding, and more frequent tropical storms. We can’t solve climate change with a few pieces of legislation, but we can make baby steps by making sure we reward people and especially businesses for making eco-conscious choices, such as planting trees, avoiding plastic packaging, installing and maintaining electric vehicle charging stations, and for utility companies, moving toward renewable energy sources. Do you have an idea as to how we can mitigate climate change. I'd love to hear it. For contact information, please visit my website:"


What Else is Going On in & around St. Charles County?

A Lot of Exciting Things!

Ongoing right now -

Indivisible We Will Persist St. Charles – Post Card Campaign


Indivisible We Will Persist is working with Indivisible Philidelphia to inform PA voters about the American Rescue Plan. Surveys show that voters across the country are unaware of what was provided to them through this bill nor that NO Republican voted for this bill. If voters do not see a reason to vote Democratic in the 2022 elections, then the US Congress could shift to GOP control.

100 pre-printed postcards will be mailed to your home. You will write 2 SHORT sentences and the voter's address on the postcard and stamp and mail. You have 2 months to complete and mail the postcards. That is only 15 a week.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Linda Scroggin, Co-Leader Indivisible We Will Persist, at

Sat Oct 2 - #STL StopTheBans Rally – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

1200 Market St, St Louis

Event by Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri, NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri and 13 others

Come together to #StopTheBans, protect access to abortion, and demand reproductive freedom for all!

RSVP and more information:

Tue Oct 12 – Senate Candidate Forum

Zoom details to follow soon! Mark the date!

Hosted by the Chesterfield Township Democrats, featuring all 6 current Democratic candidates, hoping the win Roy Blunt’s vacated seat next year.

Thu Oct 14 – Bingo Night - Indivisible virtual fundraiser.

Zoom details to follow soon. Mark the date!

Hosted by Indivisible We Will Persist

Thu Oct 14 – League of Women Voters St. Charles Unit meeting – 6:30

Zoom details to follow soon. Mark the date!

Thu Oct 21 – Candidate Forum – 7-8:30 p.m.

Hosted by Indivisible We Will Persist

Even though the primary will not be held until August of 2022, this forum will be an opportunity to learn about and meet some of the early-declaring Democratic Candidates for U.S. Senate. This event will be held via Zoom. Register here for the zoom meeting:

Sun Oct 24 – Golf Tournament – noon-9 p.m.

Saint Peters Golf Course, 200 Salt Lick Road, St. Peters, MO

Hosted by Meggie Biesenthal for Judge

Gather your family and colleagues and join #teammeggie for a fundraiser golf tournament. Shotgun tee time 12noon, reserve your spot by sending your RSVP. Ticket price is $125 per player, hole sponsor is $100.

Oct 27 – St. Charles County Progressive Democrats Reboot – 7 p.m.

Zoom event

Just Regular People learning about local and state Democratic politics, and how to become involved in our Democracy. There is no such thing as a stupid question, and there are so many ways to become involved.

Mark your calendars. More information coming soon.


Are you a digital artist, or someone handy with digital graphics?

Would you like to donate some Democratic themed work for display on the St. Charles County Democrats newly redesigned website? If so, please send your contact information to, with the subject line “Graphic Art.”


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