• published What a difference voters make! in News 2017-11-13 07:40:04 -0500

    What a difference voters make!

    We want to thank you all for voting and getting out the vote in the elections this week. Whether you attended our phone banks; made calls from home or with friends; posted on your Facebook page; liked our Facebook page so our election information could reach more members; or called folks from home and reminded them to vote, your efforts contributed to the tremendous success the Democrats had on Tuesday.

    A special shout out to our top callers to voters:

    1. Tricia Augustine;

    2. Rachael Hines

    3. Kimberly Hoover

    You all ROCK!

    We can't say it enough, voting and getting others to do the same is what makes the biggest difference! Tuesday was not just a great night for Democrats but it was a great night for America!

    In addition to winning both Virginia and New Jersey Gubernatorial elections, there were some stand out achievements that should be noted. Virginia elected Danica Roem to the House of Delegates, who will be one of the first openly transgender elected officials. Offended by a sexist post during the woman's march by New Jersey Freeholder John Carman, 32 year old first-time candidate Ashley Bennett decided to run against him and won! An unprecedented number of House of Delegate seats in Virginia were flipped by pro-choice women. Several women and minorities were elected around the country proving to the world what America is all about diversity and inclusion.

    There are more critical special elections coming up that we will be phone banking for. Shockingly, the special election for an open seat in the US Senate for Alabama is too close to call, despite the accusations of pedophilia by Roy Moore. Make sure all your Alabama voters friends and family get out to vote for Democratic candidate Doug Jones!

    If you have not signed up for our free online call portal please contact our Chairwoman Patricia Reed at and she will help you get started.


  • is hosting Progressive Drinking & Holiday Get Together 2017-11-13 07:32:34 -0500

    Progressive Drinking & Holiday Get Together

    Before the holidays officially start, let's meet up to toast all the wonderful things DALCC has accomplished this past year. New to Democrats Abroad? Don't be shy; our monthly drinking nights offer a casual environment to learn how Democrats Abroad in Singapore (and around the globe) are helping to make a difference back at home in the States. We're a friendly group of people who love to discuss policy and politics. In addition to talking, we'll have postcards on hand so you can write your representatives.

    Please make sure to like our Facebook Page to stay up to date with the latest news for DALCC.

    December 11, 2017 at 12pm
    Wine Connection Bar & Bistro - Cuppage Terrace
    39 41 Cuppage Rd
    Singapore 229462
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  • Act soon to support tax reform for Americans abroad

    Most Americans aboard agree that we need to replace citizen-based taxation with territory based.  Republicans Abroad are putting forward a proposal for this tax reform. Let's work in a bi-partisan manner to push this initiative.  

    Please sign the petition here, or send a postcard (like the one below) by September 30th!


  • published Call for Vice Chair Position DALCC Nominations in News 2017-08-23 21:23:52 -0400

    Call for Vice Chair Position DALCC Nominations

    Dear DA Lion City Members,

    Our current Vice Chair, Bill Gelman, has had to step down and we are currently seeking a replacement. Our by-laws stipulate that the Chair and Vice-Chair must be different genders, so we need a male to fill the position.  

    The role and responsibilities of the Vice Chair are as follows:

    • DPCA Voting Member
      • Attend and vote at the regional meeting (in person or WebEx)
      • Attend and vote at annual DPCA global meeting (in person or WebEx) or ensure the other Country Committee(CC) leader carries your proxy
    • To partner with the Chair and take on some of the responsibilities at the local, regional, and global level. For a detailed breakdown of these responsibilities click here.
    • Be prepared to step in for the Chair if necessary.

    If you know anyone who would be willing to contribute to the Democratic cause in this manner, please reach out to Patricia Reed, Chair DALCC at or Melissa Herron, Head of Nominations at 

    Democratically yours,

    The DALCC Exco