Join fellow Democrats for the annual DEMOCRAT DAYS OF THE OZARKS (March 22-23)

Informative seminars

Inspiring speakers, including Mark Horvit, Jean Peters-Baker, Jack Laufer, and Crystal Quade

Interesting exhibits

Live and silent auctions

Service project to benefit The Kitchen

Food, music, and networking with like-minded friends

Learn more and order tickets online or at Democratic Headquarters, 1764 S. Fremont Ave. Springfield, MO

Download the PDF flyer to print and post.

Organized by the Greene County Democratic Central Committee

Democrat Club of Christian County donates to local charities

Every month the Democrat Club collects money for designated local charities. In 2018 we chose two charities: Freedom’s Rest (Christian County’s only domestic abuse shelter) and St. Joseph’s Food Pantry of Billings, with the monies split 60/40 between the two, respectively.

Marge Bramer presents check to Abbi Bryant, Community Outreach Coordinator for Freedom’s Rest

In January of 2019, Democrat Club member Marge Bramer gave Freedom’s Rest a check for $445, and our new Democrat Club President, Bob Rubino, presented St. Joseph’s Food Pantry a check for $296. Rubino also gave the Food Pantry the 448 “Best Choice” labels the Club had collected. These help them defray the cost of food purchases for the pantry. (Unfortunately, their monetary donations have been down almost 25% while the number of people needing assistance has increased!)


Bob Rubino presents check to Pat Houk, Coordinator for the St. Joseph Food Pantry

CCDCC nominates Sue Ann Childers for Eastern District Commissioner


Sue ann childers

On December 10, 2018, the Christian County Democratic Central Committee met for a Special Meeting to recommend someone for the Eastern District Commissioner. After a discussion of possible candidates to send to the Governor, Sue Ann Childers was unanimously chosen. A letter has been sent to Governor Parsons citing Childers’ experience as a past commissioner, her educational qualifications, and her many years as an educator in Ozark. The governor will appoint a replacement for Ralph Phillips early next year. Phillips won the race for Presiding Commissioner, therefore leaving an opening in the Eastern District.