2nd Annual Cass Rocks

We are excited to host our 2nd Annual Cass Rocks on Saturday, September 24th! 

Beat the crowd with online advance registration by 9/23/22 and save $5.00

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Cindy Voss for County Clerk

Cindy will

  • Run all elections openly and transparently
  • Ensure that everyone eligible to vote has the opportunity to vote
  • Inform and Educate voters on Missouri Voting Laws
  • Support on-line access to County Commission reports

Get to know Cindy

  • Cindy and her husband live with their 7 horses and two dogs in rural Cass County
  • Worked 13 years at Sprint Corporate Headquarters in Public Relations and Community Relations
  • Spent 3 years as a personal assistant and chef to the Ambassador to Great Britain

"I Will Support Voters, Not Suppress Them"


Barbara Robertson for Cass County Presiding Commissioner

Cass County Residents Deserve:

Transparency, engagement, and professional responsiveness with citizens.

Someone who respects and supports librarians and the library system…the greatest equalizer and opportunity maker we have.

Someone who respects and supports the county Health Department and makes public health decisions based on science and unstifled recommendations.

Someone who builds on the best of Cass County, seeks opportunities for improvement, especially in reputation, transportation, economic growth, job opportunities, and the health and welfare of all citizens.

Cass County Residents Deserve Barbara Robertson a Leader for the Future!

A leader that seeks input and collaboration from stakeholders.

Experienced manager in several industries, particularly small businesses including retail, wholesale, manufacturing, entertainment, healthcare, and our family farm.

Experienced leader in the non-profit sector as an executive director, board member, and fundraiser working with foundations and businesses to better the lives of women and the elderly.

South Kansas City native; 12-year resident of Cass County

Master’s in Social Gerontology from UCM, B.S. Journalism, University of Kansas

Are you ready to vote November 8th?

You will need a valid Missouri ID to vote! Examples of a valid photo ID - 

  • A nonexpired Missouri driver or non-driver license;
  • A nonexpired military ID, including a veteran’s ID card;
  • A nonexpired United States passport; or
  • Another photo ID issued by the United States or the state of Missouri which is either not expired or expired after the date of the most recent general election.

Early Voting

You can vote at the old Cass County Courthouse, on the Square in Harrisonville beginning October 25th - November 7th. You DO NOT need an excuse to vote early! Hours are 8-4:30 except for November 7th it will be 8-5 and Saturday November 5th it will be 8-12

Patty Johnson for House District 56

Meet Patty

Patty Johnson has been a resident of Cass County for 19 years. She grew up on the family farm in Saline County, Missouri. She graduated from the University of Missouri and obtained her law degree from UMKC School of Law. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother.

Patty has had her own law firm practicing law for 38 years, during this time Patty has been an advocate for children and families as a Guardian Ad Litem. Being active in her community has always been a priority for Patty. She's been a part of the Bel-Ray Sunrise Lions, Hope Haven Board, Harrisonville Business Women and is an active member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Raymore.

It's Re-organization Time!

Every two years, per state statutes, we must re-organize our party. Current committee people will gather to elect a Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer on Thursday, August 18th at the Old Cass County Courthouse in Harrisonville.
Only committee people elected as of August 2, 2022 will be allowed to vote. We have many open seats, if you'd like to see if the seat where you live is open please email us at [email protected]. This is a public meeting and all are welcome to attend. 

2022 Headquarters GRAND OPENING!


Drop in and meet your Cass County Democratic candidates, have a burger, hear some music and check-out our headquarters for the 2022 election cycle! 

What Now? A Post-Roe Discussion w/Democratic Lawmakers

With all the confusion around the recent Supreme Court decision and the subsequent trigger ban signed into law, there are a lot of questions about what this means for Missouri residents.
Join us Thursday, July 28th at Wallace Park in Belton for a Post-Roe discussion with Missouri State Representatives Patty Lewis and Emily Weber. They'll discuss the current state of reproductive healthcare access in Missouri, answer questions, and show us how  to take action and take back our rights here in the Show Me State.
Come early at 6:00 PM, bring your favorite finger food, we'll supply the beverages. Reps Lewis & Weber will be leading our post-Roe discussion at 7:00pm.
Don't forget to bring your July Community Service donations benefitting the Raymore and Harrisonville animal shelters. See the shelter needs, below. 
We'll have a brief meeting following our discussion regarding upcoming events and volunteer needs. 


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Celebrate Pride in Cass County!

Our 2nd Annual Celebrate Pride event is on Thursday, June 23rd, at Wallace Park in Belton.
We're extremely happy to announce our special guest, State Senator Greg Razer! Sen. Razer has been in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the state of Missouri for over 20 years while working for PROMO, Sen. Claire McCaskill, the Missouri House and now as the only openly gay Missouri State Senator. Sen. Razer has continued to champion legislation to pass the Missouri Nondiscrimination Act, known as MONA.
Join us at 6:00pm for a potluck dinner and meet Sen. Razer at 7:00pm! A short meeting will follow.

Pot Luck/Meeting Thursday, May 26th

We'll be having our monthly meetings at different parks throughout Cass County! This month we are kicking this off at Lord's Park (Large Shelter House) on Thursday, May 26th. 

If you'd like to join us for a pot luck meal we'll see you at 6:00pm. Bring a side dish and your dinner service. We'll provide hot dogs and drinks.

We'll recap the legislative session, talk about ways we can all fight back and look at all the events we have planned for this summer.

Hope to see you on Thursday night, May 26th in Harrisonville.