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We Need to Hear from You

Saturday, April 23rd, 2011

We need to hear from you. We cannot shape the direction of the Tennessee Democratic Party without your input.

Click the Logo to Take the Tennessee Values Survey

 

So we put together a survey to get your thoughts. It will only take a few minutes, and it will ensure your voice is heard.

Can you take a second to share your feedback?

Your ideas will help Democrats fight for rural folks and working people so that there are jobs and educational opportunities for all Tennesseans.

Click here to fill out the Tennessee Values Survey now.

We’ll announce the results of this survey on May 21 at the Tennessee Values Summit in Jackson, Tenn. Please join us and Democrats from across the state to discuss our values and start laying the groundwork for 2012.

Register to attend the Summit by clicking here.

Thanks for your hard work and your feedback.

 

TNDP Announces The Tennessee Values Summit on May 20-22 in Jackson, Tenn.

Friday, April 15th, 2011

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Democratic Party will host a statewide conference and workshop for Democrats in Jackson, Tenn. on May 20-22.

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Bringing One Tennessee Together

The Tennessee Values Summit will be the first step in 2011 the party takes to refocus on its “ground game,” said Chip Forrester, chairman of the state party.

“Tennesseans have a long history of engaging with one another at town hall-style events,” Forrester said. “So we’re going back to our roots. We’re going to bring Democrats together, discuss our values and talk about the best ways to communicate why we choose to stand up for rural folks and working people.”

The Tennessee Values Summit will take place at the Doubletree Hotel in Jackson. Democrats will open the Values Summit with a reception 7 p.m. Friday. The conference will conclude at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.

Democratic leaders and organizers from around the state will be in attendance.

Programs and workshops will educate Democrats on how best to message current issues and provide strategies for grassroots party building in their communities.

In an email to supporters, Forrester explained the program: “Learn how we plan to take back Tennessee for rural folks and working people by showing our families, friends and neighbors what it means to be a Democrat.”

The Summit motto is: Bringing One Tennessee Together.

Online registration is now open. For more information visit: http://www.tndp.org/page/the-tennessee-values-summit.

A copy of TNDP announcement:

Friend,

It is with great excitement that we invite you to join us in Jackson, Tenn. on May 20 – 22 for the Tennessee Values Summit 2011 presented by the Tennessee Education Association.

To bring one Tennessee together in 2012, we’re going back to our roots.

Join us in Jackson at the DoubleTree Hotel for the Summit to discuss our values and learn how to best communicate our democratic priorities to our friends and neighbors.

Space is limited. Register now to attend The Tennessee Values Summit in Jackson on May 20 – 22.

Learn how we plan to take back Tennessee for rural folks and working people by showing our families, friends and neighbors what it means to be a Democrat.

Take advantage of a spirited program designed to educate and inform Democrats on how to best message current issues. Hear from our Democratic “Young Guns” and organizers and connect with fellow Democrats from around the state.

We’ll kick off The Tennessee Values Summit at 7 p.m. Friday, May 20 with a Welcoming Reception. Panels and meetings will begin Saturday at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.

Your $40 registration fee includes admission to the welcoming party and four meals. Applications for free registration are available based on need, email kate@tndp.org for details.

Sign up to attend The Tennessee Values Summit today.

If you have any questions, please contact the Party offices by calling (615) 327-9779.

Please join us in Jackson as we work hard to bring back opportunity for Tennesseans.

Chip Forrester
Chair, Tennessee Democratic Party