May Monthly Social Tuesday May 30th

You are invited to join neighbors and friends on Tuesday May 30th starting at 6:30pm at Patrick’s Restaurant in Adel.  We will have special guest and candidate for the 3rd Congressional Democratic Primary, Anna Ryon!

Please disregard any posts of a social on Tuesday May 23rd.  There is no social on Tuesday May 23rd 2017.DCD Blank

Central Committee Meeting Reminder

Join us at our next Dallas County Democratic Central Committee on Monday May 8th 2017 at the Adel Library starting at 6:30 pm.

We will be discussing our summer events schedule from parades and booths to potential fundraisers and we would love to have your ideas and input!  All are welcome to attend and precinct voting members are asked to attend and vote on official business!  If you would like to be on the voting central committee please join us!


If you have any questions please feel free to email or call!




Remember to GET OUT AND VOTE on May 2nd between 7am and 8pm for a special election referendum vote for a new Dallas County Law Enforcement Center.  You will be able to vote at your local polling location!  Follow this link to find your polling location!

The Dallas County Democratic Party encourages you to vote in every election and we hope that you will find the necessary resources, information and knowledge to cast an educated vote in the best possible way!

A Message from Chairman, Bryce Smith…..

I want to invite you to the April Dallas County Democratic Central Committee Meeting on Monday May 8th starting at 6:30 pm at the Adel Public Library.

All registered Democrats are welcome to attend and current Voting Central Committee Members are asked to attend and vote on pertinent information that will help our Democrat party grow and thrive moving forward!  We are also looking for new Central Committee members to help make decisions about our County party!  Attending a meeting or two before making the small commitment to be a voting member is encouraged!

As your new chair I want to officially introduce myself at this meeting and give you a little background on why I am so eager and excited to be the chair of the Dallas County Democrats!  One of my goals is to bring everyone to the table to help brainstorm, activate, motivate and grow our Democratic Party here in Dallas County!  But I need you!  Now more than ever we need all hands and minds on deck and engaged!  I hope that we, the Dallas County Democrats, can count on you to stay involved, get re-involved, or join us for the first time, after all we are the party of equality, inclusion and social justice!

Our meetings are important and the more of you that attend the better our party becomes!

Hope to see you (bring a friend) on Monday May 8th starting at 6:30 pm at the Adel Public Library!


Dallas County Democrats Elect New Leadership

On Monday March 13th the Dallas County Democratic Central Committee elected a new chairperson to lead the county party for the next two years.  Adel’s, Bryce Smith was elected Monday to succeed county chairwoman Vicki Adams, who opted against seeking another two-year term.

“This is the start of a new and exciting chapter for Democrats in Dallas County,” Smith said after his election.  “Dallas county is going to play a significant role in the upcoming midterm election both at the state and federal level!  Smith most recently ran for the Iowa House of Representatives in the 19th District.  “Although my end goal was not achieved [winning] we as Democrats made great strides in turn out, voter registration and fielding good candidates.” Smith stated.

Smith said one of his goals as the new county chair is to unify the party, and he hopes to get local Democrats energized and active in their communities starting as local as the street they live on.

“We’ve got to keep the energy up and growing for the next 18 months,” Smith says, “Being only 25, openly gay, and a small business owner, there is so much at stake, not just for me, but everyone across Dallas county, I refuse to sit on the sidelines and let others take control of my future!”  He said the county party must play a more active role in recruiting and training local candidates, engaging young voters and welcoming those who are new to the county.

Smith’s activism and organizing has followed him since high school, as a student council member, then through college at the University of Northern Iowa where he was also a part of student government, he helped run local and state races through the 2012 and 2014 cycles and most recently ran for the Iowa House and hosted Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at his small business in Adel before the 2016 Caucus.

Smith is joined by vice chair: Mindy Knause, Dave McFarland, Marcia Wanamaker, Secretary: Austin Haywood and Treasurer: Art Behn.