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Mark Miller on the DPV Review

Editor’s Note Mark Miller has served many years on his municipal board of trustees, where his duties included managing local elections. Last year, he was elected clerk of Kalamazoo Township. He is also Chair of the MDP Sixth District. At the second SCC meeting last year, Mark, along with 27 other Democrats, was appointed to the Standing Rules and Political…



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Mark Miller on the “Line by Line” Review

Editor’s Note Mark Miller is what my grandfather would have called a mensch. He didn't use the word often. Long before I got here Mark was fighting for clarity, transparency, and democracy in the Michigan Democratic Party and beyond. He has served many years on his municipal board of trustees, where his duties included managing local elections. Last year, he…



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MDP Rules Committee Wraps Up “Line by Line” Review

On January 23, the Michigan Democratic Party Rules and Political Reform Committee wrapped up business on the “line by line” review of the rules mandated by the State Central Committee at its second meeting last year. In the months leading up to the February 2017 MDP Convention, Michigan for Revolution Chapters and allies across the state organized at the county…



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MDP Leadership Struggles to Address Assaults on Members

A group of concerned Michigan Democratic Party members released the following statement to the press earlier this evening. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MI DEM LEADERS STRUGGLE TO ADDRESS ASSAULTS ON MEMBERS On 10 October 2017 the Michigan Democratic Party (MDP) Rules Committee held a meeting at the MDP offices in Lansing. During the meeting, one member engaged in what any organization with…



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State Central Committee Motions Announcement

The Michigan Democratic Party (MDP) State Central Committee (SCC) is meeting this coming Saturday, April 29th, in Holland, Michigan. There are several motions being prepared by Michigan for Revolution. In order to give SCC members time to review and consider our motions adequately, we’re publishing them in advance. The links are below. I encourage anyone with any questions to post…