Join volunteers to help plant trees:
​October 28

    Carolyn Fiddler, a former Democratic statehouse operative and current political editor for Daily Kos says,  "Those eight Democratic pickups are a significant percentage of the 27 total state and congressional special elections held in Republican seats this cycle — almost 30 percent, actually. If Democrats were to flip 30 percent of Republican-held congressional seats in 2018, the House GOP caucus would lose 72 of its members. Republicans haven't picked up a single seat in a contested Democrat-vs.-Republican special election this year." Interesting comments and extra motivation for Democrats!

Democrats are picking up some
impressive statehouse elections.

No law could have prevented Vegas shooting, Senator Dianne Feinstein says.

   Volunteers are needed to help plant trees on North Tennessee Avenue between Dennis and North streets in Martinsburg from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Oct. 28. The tree planting is sponsored by the Martinsburg Shade Tree Commission and Cacapon Institute. It is a Carla Hardy WV Project CommuniTree event. Volunteers are encouraged to bring a shovel, work gloves, snacks and water. The trees and planting materials will be supplied by the sponsors. The holes for the trees will be dug by members of the Martinsburg Public Works Department. For more information, contact the project leader, Mary Lewis, at 304-264-4144.

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Our next meeting is

Monday, October 23

7-8:30 pm

111 Ellis Street, Martinsburg