Meet Elad in Cass County

Join Elad Gross for Missouri Attorney General and the Cass County Democrats for an evening of fun and Democratic camaraderie!

Elad is a constitutional and civil rights attorney who often represents Missourians harmed by our government. He has successfully defended Missouri's Sunshine Law at our state Supreme Court, stopped our state government from persecuting whistleblowers, protected workers' rights on the job, and secured the release of innocent Missourians from illegal jailings.

Elad is a lifelong Missourian. He's running for Attorney General to protect our families; fix our broken justice system; prosecute corruption; and finally end Missouri's status as the puppy mill capital of the country. It's time we have an Attorney General who represents us.

Let Elad know you will be joining us:

We'll have lite snacks at beverages starting at 6:30 pm followed by Elad Gross at 7:00 pm

April Central Committee Meeting

Join us at 6:00 pm for dinner and/or a social hour. Central Committee Meeting starts at 7:00 pm. All are invited to attend.

Earth Day Celebration

2023 Earth Day Celebration!


Join the Cass County Democratic Party, in partnership with Deep Roots KC, Prairie Wildflower Foundation, Missouri Department of Conservation, Roberts Restoration, Native Garden Design, Paula Diaz: The GardeNerd, Ripple Glass, NCH Used Bookstore and Reading Room, and many others! 

When:  Saturday, April 22, 2023; Noon-3:00 PM, Rain or Shine

Where: Moon Valley Park, 500 Chestnut Circle, Raymore, MO

Special Guest, Jackson County Commissioner Jalen Anderson, will join us at 1:00 pm to talk about the proposed landfill. #KilltheFill

Activities include:

  • Creating your own Edible Beaver Dam (limited to first 25 kids)

  • Guided “Leave No Trace” Nature/Scavenger Hike

  • Native Seed Packets and Tree Saplings (while supplies last)

  • Information on Growing Native Gardens

  • Information on reducing, reusing, and recycling in Cass County

  • Watersheds and their importance

            AND MUCH MORE!

March Central Committee Meeting

Join us this Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 pm for dinner and/or a social hour. Central Committee Meeting starts at 7:00 pm. ALL Democrats and like-minded are always invited to attend! 

We have a lot of plans for the next several months! Are you ready to become more involved? We've got a place for you with us. 

Missouri House Update 2.10.23

Jeff City - Week in Review - Missouri House

The House passed HB 115 which allows direct access to physical therapists without a referral from a physician. All Cass County representatives (Haffner, Davis and Gallick) voted in favor of this bi-partisan bill.  

HCS HB 14 a supplemental appropriations bills was also passed with bi-partisan support, 148-2. Governor Parson had requested an 8.7% increase in salary for state employees, which still leaves them with some of the lowest pay in the US. One of the 2 NO votes was from Cass County representative Michael Davis. Apparently Michael Davis doesn't think our state workers are worth a raise! 

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On Wednesday, the House took up debate on HB 301, also known as the “Crime Prevention'' bill, which in actuality offers no substantive solutions to address any crime and gun violence affecting our state which has the 4th highest rate of gun deaths in the country. There have been numerous correlations between the unsafe gun laws and Missouri’s increased rates of violent crime. 

During the interim there was a bipartisan study group made up of 3 Democrats and 3 Republicans, who worked tirelessly on how to address public safety in our state.  Unfortunately, all these recommendations were stripped from its original version in committee.  

HB 301 targets major cities, particularly St. Louis, and removes local control, and a provision to disallow minors from carrying guns was also omitted from the bill (yes, you read that correctly, Missouri Republicans think it's just fine for children to carry guns in public without adult supervision!)  On Thursday during the final debate (third read), Republicans used procedure to silence the voices of St. Louis representatives and didn't allow them to speak.  HB 301 was passed along party lines. Cass County Rep. Mike Haffner, Rep. Michael Davis, and Representative Sheri Gallick all voted to strip local control from St. Louis and voted against banning minors from openly carrying firearms on public land without adult supervision! This bill now moves to the Missouri Senate. 


New Year - New Plans

We've got to take on a little housekeeping in our first meeting of 2023. In addition we'll be planning our event calendar, recruiting new committee members, and discussing our fundraising ideas. We WANT your input!

Join us at 6:00pm to catch up, and have some of the great food at El Dorado Mexican Restaurant. Meeting will start promptly at 7:00pm.

Let's have a fun and productive 2023!

Run for School Board

As the Missouri Legislature once again takes aim at defunding our public schools (they call it school choice, that's a lie!) we need board members who will fight for public schools, our teachers, and our kids!
School board elections are non-partisan (you won't have a D or an R next to your name). We are offering any assistance we can give to candidates who will not fall for the latest GOP led culture war (like CRT & Book Bans), fight for teacher pay raises (MO is currently 50th in the nation in starting teacher pay), and keep our schools funded and open 5 days a week. Are you willing to step up for our kids?
Filing runs from December 6th - December 27th. You will file at your local school superintendents office. There are 3 openings on the school board this election cycle in Belton, Harrisonville, RayPec, Pleasant Hill, Archie, Drexel, Cass Midway, and Sherwood.
Message us with any questions to: [email protected] 



How can I be sure I'm registered to vote?



What's New?

If you forget your ID you can vote! Just bring your ID back to your polling location before it closes.

If your ID has expired AFTER November 3, 2020 it is considered a VALID PHOTO ID.

Where do I vote in Cass County?



November 8th - Cass County Polls are open from 6:00 am - 7:00 pm


I'm at my polling location, they won't let me vote?



(816) 425-4613


Twitter @CassCoDems

Facebook @casscomodems

If you can't get through to us

Cass County Clerk -  (816) 380-8102

Call/text the Missouri Voter Hotline at (314) 652-3929


Last Day to Early Vote - Monday, November 7th

Join Us Saturday!

Come out and join us for our Get Ready to Vote Rally on Saturday, November 5th, at 4:00 pm. Vote for your favorite chili/soup, hear from our fantastic candidates and buy those last-minute raffle tickets for our Meat Bundle Raffle prior to the drawing. (Purchase your ticket here!). 

If you'd like to enter your soup/chili, just be here at 3:30 pm so we can get you set up.