Respect the Past; Build the Future.
Brown County has always been home to those who value working as a community. The Brown County Democratic Party is committed to working as a community to build a better Brown County. We warmly welcome anyone who wants to work towards stronger schools, affordable housing, protecting our natural environment, and promoting economic growth. Through service to our community, providing a long-term vision for Brown County, and being a source of solutions for our pressing problems, we want to make a community that has a diverse demographic, strong economy, and a sustainable future.
The Democrat party is committed to solving the issues of Affordable Housing, Declining School Enrollment, and being a community that welcomes the next generation of residents. Find our Party Platform and the vision for a better Brown County Here
The Brown County Community faces several important challenges to its sustainability. The Democrat Party wants to actively solve those issues in a way that respects our past but also builds our future. Find out more, here.
Click here to find out more about Democrats seeking your vote to make Brown County a Better place to live, work, and play.
Critical Info at-a-glance
1. If you are interested in serving as Party Vice-Chair, please fill out the interest form to the left or contact Justin Schwenk. Per State rules, the Vice Chair is limited to being female since the chair is held by a male.
2. If you are interested in being a candidate for office please fill out the interest form to the left.
3. If you have an issue about County politics that you are passionate about, WE NEED YOU! Tell us about it in the Committee Interest Form to the left.
November 19, Thomas Horrock Campaign Kickoff
5:00pm @ Brown County Inn
November 28 Monthly Central Committee Meeting
6:30pm @ BC Community Foundation
New and Noteworthy
Democrats Making A Difference
01: Steve Gore Honored
Lee Hamilton Service Award
Longtime Party Member and Treasurer Steve Gore was honored in a ceremony at French Lick Resort with the Lee Hamilton Service Award.
Educator and Party Chair Justin Schwenk designed a project for his Dual Credit Government class to collaborate with Town of Whiteland officials to develop local public policies for responses to emergency situations. The project was awarded a Program Innovation Award from the Association of Indiana Municipalities.
02: Justin Schwenk Recognized
Civic Innovation Award Presented
03: Democrats Serve the County
Democrats Support Mother's Cupboard
Each month a team of our County Democrats serves families in need at Mother's Cupboard Food Pantry. Democrats serve each month on the 4th Thursday.