This Week 3 Things You Can Do: Vote, Party, Walk

You can build a stronger community, a little at a time. Here’s three things you can do this week, about taxes edition.

1: Something to Say: Have You Voted Yet?

Ask your friends and neighbors – have you voted yet? School board election ballots are due at the Yellowstone County elections office by Tuesday, May 7 at 5pm. The Yellowstone Democrats have not taken a position on any candidates in this non-partisan race, but our good friends in union labor, Billings Education Association endorsed these three: Zak Terakedis, Clementine Lindley, and Sarah Kottke.

Yellowstone Dems DOES endorse both the safe schools mill levies, as they align with our democratic values of improving education, protecting children’s safety and improving community safety.

2: Something to Do: Meet candidates Mark Nicholson and Anne Ross

Show support this Friday, May 10 at 5pm for legislative candidates Mark Nicholson, candidate for SD 24, and Anne Ross, candidate for HD 48, at a local meet and greet event! Find out what makes these two the right candidates to represent south Billings area and meet fellow democrats for a casual fun time.

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3. Something to Join: Campaign Kickoff Day of Action

It’s time to walk the walk for a better Montana! Join our Inaugural Statewide Day of Action this Saturday, May 11 at 9am or 12pm at Pioneer Park in Billings for good, old fashioned grassroots campaigning door to door with our neighbors! Training and snacks will be provided, then we head out for a few hours to spread excitement for Senator Tester and our great Yellowstone County legislative candidates!

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Also this week, Billings community board meetings include the Library board and more. Check out the 3 Things calendar for times, locations and agendas of what’s going on this week.

This is part of our weekly newsletter, “3 Things You Can Do” to help you build a stronger community through information on issues and opportunities to create connection in your neighborhood, on your own time. Each newsletter includes:

  • Something to talk about: facts about a topic or issue that impacts our local community
  • Something to do: a prompt for a small gesture to get out and connect with your family, friends and neighbors
  • Something to join: opportunities to participate or lead in your local community

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