Leadership

The Knox County Democratic Party is led by an executive committee that serves two-year terms. The executive committee consists of central committee members elected during the even-year primary election, plus appointed and ex officio members. Ex officio members are full members but are granted membership on the basis of other positions served in the community.

Executive Committee Officers, term expiring April 2022
Meg Galipault, Chairwoman
Adam Gilson, Vice Chairman
Joyce Skocic, Secretary
Linda Michaels, Treasurer

Executive Committee Membership, term expiring April 2022

Paula Barone, Mount Vernon 1A
I’ve been a member of KCDP since student days and have served the community in various capacities. My husband and I would love to talk to fellow citizens who are interested in running for office. paulamariebarone@gmail.com

Mary Rugola-Dye, Mount Vernon 2B

Adam Gilson, Mount Vernon 2C
I believe in good, smart, effective government–a government of, by, and for the people, working on behalf of the ALL the people, regardless of identity, to solve intractable issues, guarantee equality of opportunity, and work toward an ever more just future. adamgilson@knoxcountydems.org

Janet Chandler, Mount Vernon 3A

 Joyce Skocic, Mount Vernon 3B
I believe in the Democratic values: respect and justice for all; do unto others…; we care about people over profits and help each other.  We are all in this world together. Let’s protect it and make it a better place. jskocic49@icloud.com

Jim Arnott, Mount Vernon 4A

Andrea Perry McKay, Mount Vernon 4B

Franklin Brown, Berlin
Democrat because I have a heart
fbrown5@columbus.rr.com

Denny Rawson, Brown

Dave Janiszewski, Clinton B

Linda Michaels, College
cares about social security, Medicare/Medicaid, worker safety, fair wages, curbs on rampant capitalism, and social justice

call KCDP 740-393-3367

Jill Grubb, Gambier A
at age of 12 picketed for equal housing in DC

jillgrubb44@gmail.com

Mary Chapa, Harrison

Elaine Stull, Howard B

Elaine Stull, Howard B
I am concerned about equality among all people. I am aware that the environment needs our help to heal.  I fear for our country and will do whatever I can to help change the course we have been on for the past few years. elainestull2@gmail.com

Rob Fetters, Howard C
I believe that governments should help ordinary people, including through protecting health and safety, funding educational opportunities, and defending freedoms involved in voting rights and labor union organizing.
votefetters@gmail.com

Kathleen Tate, Howard D

Tony Spiegel, Miller
I have a Master’s degree in Social Work
I completed two tours of duty in Vietnam; was diagnosed with PTSD and have hearing loss.

I am proud to be a democrat because i believe in every principle of the Democratic platform. My Father was a member of the Teamster’s Union and he always said, “The Democrats are for the working man and if you vote Republican, you are voting against yourself.” tony516@embarqmail.com

Margaret Dunn, Monroe A

Kathryn Edwards, Morris B
I value democracy, equal rights amendment; right to choose; social justice; LGBTQ rights
. kle.knoxvote@gmail.com

Erin Salva, Wayne
Democracy is fragile when we the people are divided and demonized by leaders who put political power over political service. Freedom is not a right it is earned in service to the greater good. salvae@kenyon.edu

Nancy Bevan, at large

Perry Brokaw, at large
Government should care for people. pbrokaw69@aol.com

Henry Clennon, at large

Meg Galipault, at large
I have always believed in social justice, the civil liberties of the individual balanced with the greater good of the community, the dignity of workers, and the right to decent health care. Yes, we can. meggalipault@knoxcountydems.o

Roberta Rawson, at large

Joan Slonczewski, at large

Janet Bryne Smith, at large

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Samantha Scoles, Mount Vernon City Council

Julia Glynn Warga, Mount Vernon City Council

Sam Barone, Legacy
Richard Mavis, Legacy
Jim Zak, Legacy