BATON ROUGE -- The Louisiana Democratic Party will be in Shreveport all day on Tuesday, July 17, the next visit on the party's Days of the Democrats summer swing through the state.
LDP Chairwoman Karen Carter Peterson will lead the delegation of state party officers, legislators and party leaders when it arrives on Tuesday morning.
|LDP Chairwoman Karen Carter Peterson|
A day-long series of public and private meetings will punctuate the day, as the party works to reconnect with its membership.
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The Democratic Exchanges are a standard feature of the Days of the Democrats project, giving party leaders, lawmakers and Democrats to talk about the issues of the day in an informal setting.
The Days of the Democrats brings the leadership of the state party into each major population area of the state. The project also includes information gathering and fact-finding activities in each region. The party will compile, assess and synthesize the information gathered on these ventures to provide party members a common set of facts, common data and a shared vocabulary with which will serve as the basis for the formulation of future party strategy and platforms.
Day of the Democrats have been scheduled for the following regions and dates:
- Monroe, July 18;
- New Orleans, July 24;
- Lake Charles, August 7;
- Northshore, August 15
- Houma/Thibodaux, August 16
Previous Day of the Democrats events have been held in Acadiana, Central Louisiana, and Baton Rouge. Check the party's calendar on our website for new dates and visit information.
For more information on the Day of the Democrats events in your region, email us here