Heidelberg was once again the location for one of the many Global Women’s Marches, with about 400 marchers showing up in 2019. Democrats Abroad members from Stuttgart and Wiesbaden came over and joined us, adding to the enthusiastic support by Democrats Abroad in this March. The Global Women’s March theme this year addressed “Violence Against Women” as a major and ongoing issue, and Democrats Abroad, while supporting that theme, also focused on efforts to finally get the ERA ratified in the United States. Speaking to that topic at the Women’s March was Democrats Abroad Communications Coordinator Amanda Mohar (pictured here).
My name is Daniel Hoever-Eckardt. I’m 33 years old and I was born in Germany to a European mother and an American father. I’ve been a member of the DAHD chapter since 2016. Since the beginning of last year I’m a precinct captain for our newly developed Mannheim group.
With the Mannheim group we are having quarterly meetings and organized a GOTV table in front of the Mannheim Stadthaus and marched in the CSD Parade in Mannheim.
I also was actively helping at many of the chapter’s political and non-political events, like the Independence Day BBQ, Women’s March, Heidelberg Science March and others.
At Democrats Abroad Germany’s fall retreat I committed myself to actively support the Heidelberg Chapter Chair. By combining the role of Precinct Captain and Vice Chair I believe we can benefit from synergy effects
Therefore, I would like to ask for the honor of serving as your chapter vice chairperson.
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