Join us as we march with our DA neighbor chapter in Heidelberg in support of the 2019 Global Women’s March. The theme for the march this year is “ March for Our Human Rights."
The march in Heidelberg begins at 13:30 at the Friedrich Ebert Platz and will finish around 16:30 in at the Heidelberg Rathausplatz.
We will meet at the Mainz HBF and travel as a group to Heidelberg.
We are taking the IC 2015 which leaves from track 5 at 11:13. We will meet on track 5 Section D by the stairs.
Train Station Time Track Train Wiesbaden Hbf depart 10:48 6 S 8 S-Bahn Direction: Offenbach(Main)Ost
Mainz Hbf arrive 11:01 5a Mainz Hbf depart 11:13 5a/b IC 2015 Intercity Direction: Stuttgart Heidelberg Hbf arrive 12:04 7
We will arrive in Heidelberg early enough to have a coffee or a quick bite to eat at the Metropolis café in the train station with the Stuttgart Chapter and then take public transit to the start point.
Everyone is welcome! And we need more men too! Come all by yourself if you’d like, and we’ll get to know each other on the train ride.
Some may wish to take a different train or drive but do try to find us in Heidelberg either at the coffee shop or at the Friedrich-Ebert Platz starting point. We will want to take a group photo or two, pass out our DA signs and flyers, and march as a group with our DA Heidelberg partners to show our numbers are strong!
The Heidelberg Chapter is marching in support of the 2020 Global Women’s March because there is still so much to fight for. And, this will help get you pumped up to vote in November!
Democrats Abroad will be at the start with their banner, so look for us there. Bring a sign along if you want, and wear warm clothes.
See you there!
In January, we'll be meeting at the Common Grounds espresso bar at The Student Hotel. Come and join us for a coffee, some casual conversation, and discussion about the January 14 debate!
We'll also be there to offer help to anyone who needs assistance requesting their absentee ballot for 2020. Don't forget: as Americans living abroad, we must renew our ballot request every calendar year.
Visit votefromabroad.org today, and come see us at this event if you have any questions.
It's not required, but RSVP here so we have a rough idea of how many people to expect. We look forward to seeing you there!
Please share this event by inviting your American friends and acquaintances in Dresden! As always, we welcome new faces, even if you've never attended a meeting or an event before.
Happy New Year from Dems Abroad Hamburg! Join us at the SPD Eimsbüttel in Hamburg on Saturday, January 18 for the first chapter meeting of 2020.
At the meeting, we will have a recap of our chapter’s accomplishments from the past year, what we wish to improve in the coming year, and discuss the Hamburg chapter’s Get-Out-the-Vote outreach activities and strategy and brainstorm ideas for new ways of reaching voters. Come and learn about events, volunteer opportunities, and other ways to get involved and help out during the 2020 election season.
We will have coffee and cookies at 14:30 for volunteers and the official meeting begins at 15:00.
We hope to see you there!
Join us for monthly Cologne/Bonn chapter meeting directly following the Women's March in Bonn! We'll meet to debrief after the march, discuss the year ahead including the Democrats Abroad Germany Annual General Meeting to take place in Munich January 24-26, and start planning for the Global Presidential Primary in the spring. Looking forward to seeing new and familiar faces!
Please bring family and friends to this Saturday evening's Debate Watch - we'll get to see one other and to watch - unfiltered - Democratic Presidential Candidates Warren, Sanders, Klobuchar, Buttigieg, Biden, and newcomer Tom Steyer in the January Democratic Debate. And talk about them - unfiltered!Where: Founding member of Democrats Abroad Thessaloniki Chapter, Mary Kosmidis', offices atIasonidou 19, 3rd floor (it's downtown, near Kamara).When: Saturday, 18 January, at 7:00 pmBring soft drinks or a sweet, if you like; and we can order out for pizza (share the cost).More information: Call or email 231 052 9512 and email@example.comIt'll be great to see you Saturday!Randall Warner, Democrats AbroadThessaloniki RepresentativePeter Baiter, Democrats AbroadThessaloniki ChairFacebook: Democrats Abroad Greece - Thessaloniki
Please bring family and friends to this Saturday evening's Debate Watch - we'll get to see one other and to watch - unfiltered - Democratic Presidential Candidates Warren, Sanders, Klobuchar, Buttigieg, Biden, and newcomer Tom Steyer in the January Democratic Debate. And talk about them - unfiltered!Where: Founding member of Democrats Abroad Thessaloniki Chapter,Mary Kosmidis', offices at Iasonidou 19, 3rd floor (it's downtown, near Kamara).When: Saturday, 18 January, at 7:00 pmBring soft drinks or a sweet, if you like; and we can order out for pizza (share the cost).More information: Call or email 231 052 9512 and firstname.lastname@example.orgIt'll be great to see you Saturday!Randall Warner, Democrats AbroadThessaloniki RepresentativePeter Baiter, Democrats AbroadThessaloniki ChairFacebook: Democrats Abroad Greece - Thessaloniki
New years bring you opportunities to reflect, resolve, and celebrate. This particular new year also brings those opportunities to the country.In 2020, our resolution is to defeat Donald Trump on November 3rd. But first, we have the opportunity to choose (from an incredibly talented field) who we want to replace him.In the lead up to both the Iowa caucuses and Democrats Abroad’s very own Global Presidential Primary, join us on Sunday, the 19th of January, to watch the Seventh Democratic Presidential Debate and get to know our candidates with coffee, snacks and sweet treats!We sincerely hope to see you there, and look forward to working with you this year to ensure we elect our best candidate to the White House.
Help us kick off our 2020 election efforts! We'll be meeting to discuss events for the year, volunteer opportunities, and what you can do to DUMP TRUMP! You will also be able to get assistance with ballot request forms, including printing.
We are going to meet over coffee and cake at Cafe Heinemann in the Düsseldorf city center. The nearest U-bahn stop is Steinstr/Königsallee, or it's a comfortable 15-minute-walk from the Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof.
With the primaries just around the corner, every day seems to bring a new poll on which candidates on winning and which candidates are trailing behind. But are the polls really accurate? Does the data behind our these polls actually tell us anything about voters' real intentions and the major cultural shifts that are underway?
Join us on January 19th to hear from a man who can answer some of those questions: David Shor. As a young whiz on Obama's data analytics team in 2012 election, he predicted the results within 1 percentage point in all 50 states. Shor honed his skills in algorithms and polling working with Nate Silver, and today he works at Civis Analytics as the Head of Political Data Science.
Short will reflect on the successes and failures of polling during the 2016 and 2018 elections. Hear about how data analytics is evolving to better reflect a public that is more cautious and yet more digitally engaged. He will explain how Democratic campaigns can leverage data science to help us win in 2020.
A bit more about David Shor here.
Tickets are £15 (£7 concession) and will go quickly, so get yours today! Buy your tickets here.
Please note that this event is CLOSED to the press.