Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved and support the local party!


Make a donation!


All funds raised by the Clinton County Democratic Committee are reinvested into our efforts locally, whether we’re raising party visibility and engaging the community or contributing to local candidates’ campaigns.

Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated! Your contribution can help us turn and keep Clinton County blue!

We now have two ways to contribute! Whether you prefer to use PayPal or ActBlue, you can now easily and securely donate online.

Volunteer with us!

We regularly seek volunteers to participate in exhibiting events, community engagement activities (such as Relay for Life or Adopt-A-Highway cleanups), and much more!

In addition, we also hold voter registration drives and canvass for Democrats seeking office.

Attend our Spring Dinners and Fall Picnics!

Every spring we hold a dinner and each fall we host a picnic. These plated meal events offer opportunities to have fun, meet local Democrats, hear from candidates and get inspired!

They’re also our two major fundraisers, which ultimately help sustain our party and ensure we can continue outreach and support local candidates.  Please join us!

We also accept item donations — from gift cards and baskets to handmade wares and store bought goodies —  for the silent auction portion of the event. You can make a difference by donating to the auction!

Final Sale: Purchase a Clinton County Democrats t-shirt!


Show Democratic pride and support Clinton County Democrats by purchasing a signature t-shirt, stamped with the iconic kicking Democratic Donkey and our county outline. They make great gifts for the Democrats in your life!

Shirts are $10 and are 100% cotton. Large and X-Large are still available. Proceeds benefit the Clinton County Democratic Committee and Clinton County Democratic Women.

To learn more or to place an order, contact us at

Put signs for Democrats in your yard!

Are you willing to place signs for Democrats seeking office in your yard?

Studies show that signs in yards, versus public right-of-ways and other locations, have the greatest impact on community members and neighbors.