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      How We Can Shape the Debate Together!

      Building a robust Baldwin County party operation takes proper planning, investment, and involvement from citizens — like you!  Our objective is to create the change we seek and Shape the Debate through a series of actions.

      Here are 6 Simple Steps You Can Take to Help the Baldwin County Democrats!

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      South Baldwin Dems Fall Social
      9530 Clubhouse Drive, Foley, AL
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      22595 Wedgewood Drive, Foley, AL.

      In The News

      In FocusAlabama educator pay raises coming Oct. 1: How much?

      Jefferson County math coaches and teachers prepare for a new school year and discuss ways to help students improve math skills Aug. 23, 2023 in Birmingham, Alabama. Rebecca Griesbach/

      By Trisha Powell Crain

      recent survey of teachers nationwide found teachers feel underpaid, and, on average, want a $17,000 increase in pay.

      Well, pay for Alabama’s public school teachers and community college educators is going up on Oct. 1 by 2% – the fifth raise in the past six years.

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      In FocusEnd of Public Access to Law-Enforcement Records

      ( Alabama Supreme Court on Friday ruled that a sheriff’s office did not have to turn over records about a fatal shooting by a deputy, a ruling that broadly interpreted an exemption for investigative records and prompted a sharply worded dissent by the court’s chief justice.

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      Baldwin County Democrats
      P.O. Box 73
      Fairhope, AL 36533
      Phone: (251) 210-8343

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