Bob Sojka writes on what Election Day means for Democrats

Twin Falls County Democratic Chairman Bob Sojka’s commentary on election.

http://magicvalley.com/news/opinion/columns/inside-politics-election-day-s-meaning-for-twin-falls-democrats/article_919dd9e3-697c-5204-9fd8-a6cdb5a87b86.html

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Central committee meeting set Wednesday

The December Central Committee meeting and Vice Chair Election will be held WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7th at 6:30 p.m. at Rock Creek restaurant in Twin Falls. 

The two main business items will be electing a new CC Vice Chairperson and scheduling / organizing the Annual TFCDP Holiday Party.  Any active registered Twin Falls County Democrat may run for Vice Chair.  A one page statement of candidacy should be emailed to bobsojka@cableone.net or sent via postal mail to: TFCDP, P.O. Box 2496, Twin Falls, ID 83303-2496 by December 1st 2016. It will be shared with the CC in advance of the meeting. Election is by eligible CC members and Precinct Captains. 

ALL PRECINCT CAPTAINS SHOULD ATTEND. The business meeting is expected to be short. Candidates and Officers will give perspectives and conversation on the 2016 campaign following the business meeting. 

Sincerely,

Bob Sojka

TFCDP Chair

A big thank you to the candidates, volunteers

Although the numbers didn’t add up for the Democratic candidates in Twin Falls County, we should be proud of the people who ran for office.

They gave their time  and put their guts into their campaigns. It is no easy thing to put yourselves out there for the public.  But they visited thousands of homes and talked to hundreds of people. They put in many hours and worked hard to show there is a good alternative to the failed GOP-controlled regimes. They cared enough to want to make the county and Idaho better .

They deserve our respect.

Then there were the many, many volunteers who gave their time and money to make calls, man booths, canvas and more. And the Democratic county committee members also deserve applause for their work and organization, as well as Jessi Boyer for her spectacular work in the campaign office.

No matter the final tally, these people are all winners.