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About Dan Kovats

Dan has been involved in campaigns for the last 10 years starting out in organizing and grassroots efforts, which are the lifeblood of the Democratic Party. During his last campaign he served as Campaign Manager to Rianne Hawkins for Springfield City Clerk and prior to that, Dan was the Downstate Regional Field Director for US Senator Dick Durbin’s reelection campaign. Dan also served for 11 months as an Outreach Assistant to State Treasurer Michael Frerichs.

Democratic County Chairs Vote to Endorse Brendan Kelly

For Immediate Release November 20, 2017 Contact: Dan Kovats, IDCCA Executive Director (773) 351-7818 / dankovats@gmail.com   Democratic County Chairs Vote to Endorse Brendan Kelly Democrats look to take back the Illinois 12th with strong grassroots support Springfield, IL – Today, the Illinois Democratic County Chairmen’s Association (IDCCA) has officially endorsed Brendan Kelly for Congress [...]

IDCCA President’s Message – November 2017

IDCCA President’s Message by Doug House, IDCCA President @ILDCCA @RICoDemocrats “The elections in Virginia and New Jersey were not a Democratic wave…. They were a tsunami!”                                      Tom Perez- National DNC Chair Our National Chairman sounded the battle cry signaling the resurgence of our Democratic Party! A trend that started in Illinois last spring [...]

Update from Susana Mendoza

Update from Susana Mendoza Illinois Comptroller, @susanamendoza10 One year ago, I was proud to be elected and sworn in as Illinois Comptroller. Since that time, I am proud of the long list of accomplishments that our office has been able to achieve. Democrats should be proud as well as we prepare to take the [...]

Voter Contact

Voter Contact by Natasha Smith, User Experience and Communications Manager, National Democratic Training Committee, @traindems Campaigns can seem daunting to people who have difficulty with small talk. Just the thought of approaching strangers and striking up a conversation with them can seem daunting. More people have problems with casual conversation than you might think. [...]

Illinois Democratic Women

Illinois Democratic Women by Jennifer Lee, Co-President, @ildemwmn Illinois Democratic Women (IDW) is a statewide grassroots organization that works for more equitable representation and participation of Democrat women at all levels of the Democratic Party and government. IDW members are a diverse group that have shared values and one common goal – to support [...]

Digital: The Great Equalizer

Digital: The Great Equalizer by Jessica Ellison Thomas, Find her on Facebook! If you are confused by the vast world of advertising, you are not alone. As a candidate, you know that you need to have an impact on the constituents in your district. That’s the obvious part. The question, then, is: How do [...]

IDCCA President’s Message – October 2017

IDCCA President’s Message by Doug House, IDCCA President @ILDCCA @RICoDemocrats The 2018 Election cycle is well underway in every county in Illinois. You can see it in every county as volunteers are going door to door to get signatures to help get candidates on the ballot. The energy is infectious. You can’t help but [...]

What To Look For In A Campaign Treasurer

What To Look For In A Campaign Treasurer by Natasha Smith, User Experience and Communications Manager, National Democratic Training Committee, @traindems   Every campaign needs a treasurer, whether it be for a small-town city council race or a Senate election. But choosing the wrong person for the job can be enormously costly. Here we’ll [...]

What are you willing to do?

What are you willing to do? by Kristina Zahorik, @mchenrydems State Central Committeewoman, 14th Congressional District Vice Chairwoman, McHenry County Democratic Party Five years ago, my former boss spoke to me from beyond the grave. I was reconnecting with former Senator Paul Simon colleagues at an event to support the SIU Paul Simon Public [...]