Welcome to the website of the
Farmington/ Farmington Hills Democratic Club.
Our regular meetings are usually on the 3rd Wednesday.
We invite local Democrats to join us as we discuss issues and campaigns, and take action to help turnout our voters.
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(248) 956-0480

Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 19th!

The Farmington/ Farmington Hills Democratic Club
next meets on Wednesday, October 19, 2016.
A General Meeting followed by Our 2016 Debate Watch Party!
After a "meet & greet" at 6:30pm, the meeting starts at 7pm.
During this meeting, we will discuss updates on national and local campaigns, current campaign activities.
Campaign materials, such as lawn signs, should be available.

After the meeting, we will focus upon our debate watch party, where we watch the last 2016 Presidential Debate.
This should be fun! Join us!
-- #ffhdcmtg
The Farmington/ Farmington Hills Democratic Club meets monthly. Its functions include assisting in candidate search and development as well as voter outreach.
All Democrats are welcome.
Pipefitters' Local 636 Union Hall
30100 Northwestern Highway (downstairs)
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Support the FFHDC!

The club's activities are supported by donations, fundraisers, and dues. Dues can be sent directly to our Treasurer. Requested member information and the address are here , which will open in a new window.
Information on our Endorsement Process is here, which will open in a new window.

Save These Dates!


Election Day!
Tue, Nov 8

FFHDC General Meeting
Wed, Nov 16

FFHDC Holiday Party
Sun, Dec 11

Some things haven't changed ...

Well, I have been studying the Republican Party for over 12 years at close hand in the Capital of the United States. And by this time, I have discovered where the Republicans stand on most of the major issues.

Since they won't tell you themselves, I am going to tell you.

They approve of the American farmer-but they are willing to help him go broke.

They stand four-square for the American home--but not for housing.

They are strong for labor--but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights.

They favor a minimum wage--the smaller the minimum the better.

They indorse educational opportunity for all--but they won't spend money for teachers or for schools.

They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine--for people who can afford them.

They approve of social security benefits-so much so that they took them away from almost a million people.

They believe in international trade--so much so that they crippled our reciprocal trade program, and killed our International Wheat Agreement.

They favor the admission of displaced persons--but only within shameful racial and religious limitations.

They consider electric power a great blessing-but only when the private power companies get their rake-off.

They say TVA is wonderful--but we ought never to try it again.

They condemn "cruelly high prices"--but fight to the death every effort to bring them down.

They think the American standard of living is a fine thing--so long as it doesn't spread to all the people.

And they admire the Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it.

- Harry S. Truman: "Address in St. Paul at the Municipal Auditorium.," October 13, 1948.

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