DemDaily: Submit your Calendar Events!

The DemList Calendar is open for event submissions!

The Calendar offers a FREE forum for all Dems and allied organizations to submit and promote their events - on a local, state and national level.

The Rules
All events are free to post, but must be submitted directly by the event host for accuracy and verification purposes. Events will be reviewed and vetted for approval before posting.

Criteria
Official Events: Hosted by an official national, state or local Democratic Party.
Unofficial Events: Hosted by supporting organizations, companies, unions and allies and may include fundraisers, policy forums, conferences, state conventions, voter, volunteer and others.

Categories
Open: Open to the public, may be ticketed, require rsvp or reservation prior to event.
Closed: Invite-only, private events, may be ticketed.

Dates
The Calendar is now a permanent, ongoing resource and will start publicly posting your state-by-state event submissions from December 15, 2015 on!

It's Free!
DemList takes no pass-thru cost or fee for any events. All contact and inquiries go directly to the hosting entity.

Our goal is to provide a free and central resource to promote the activity and good work of the Democratic Party and friends nationwide.

The new DemList site is up and the individual state calendars will be live December 15th with your pre-submitted events, as well as key federal and state election dates, campaign finance and voter registration deadlines.

Contact us for additional event promotion features, and for information on purchasing early Ad Options now at a fixed rate through December 31st.

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Kimberly Scott
Publisher

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