January Meeting: Midterm Analysis & Hate Won't Win Coalition

Tuesday January 17, 2023 06:30 pm

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, January 17th at the Bloomfield Township Hall at 4200 Telegraph Road, south of Long Lake Road. Socializing starts at 6:30 p.m. and meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. Come Join us!

Program includes: Emme Zanotti and Amritha Venkataraman from the Hate Won’t Win Coalition. We will also get a full debrief on the Election Results from the municipalities in our club area. We are becoming BLUER with every election!


February 15th Meeting: Max Lewis on the new MI districts

Tuesday February 15, 2022 07:00 pm

Tuesday, February 15th at 7:00 p.m. ZOOM Meeting

Featured Speakers:

  • Max Lewis, AFLCIO, to speak about the new maps adopted by the Michigan Redistricting Commission
  • Rep. Samantha Steckloff, candidate for the new House District #19, covering all of Southfield Township and a large part of Bloomfield Township
  • Sen. Jeremy Moss, candidate for the new Senate District #7, which includes all of Southfield Township and Bloomfield Township

Check out the new maps here

Register via Zoom today!

November Meeting

Tuesday November 23, 2021 07:00 pm

(Be aware this is the FOURTH Tuesday and not our usual third Tuesday of the month.)

  • Speaker: U.S. Congresswoman Haley Stevens
  • BBDems 2022 Executive Board Election

The current BBDems Executive Board Members are running for reelection, except for Vice Chair:

  • Club Chair: Debbie Rosenman (I)
  • Vice Chair: Emery Pence
  • Corresponding Secretary: Charles Gaba (I)
  • Recording Secretary: Andrew Corey (I)
  • Treasurer: Gail Whitty (I)
  • Trustee: Corinne Shoop (I)
  • Trustee: Nicole Bedi (I)

If you are interested in running for any of these positions, you need to be a paid member and live in the BBDems Club area. Please email Debbie to let her know you want to run.

Thanks to all the paid members from 2021! If you live in the Club area, you're eligible to VOTE in this election at the meeting on November 23rd.

NOW is the time to join the Birmingham Bloomfield Dem Club for 2022! We need you!

Visit BBDems.org/pay-dues and join NOW! ($15/yr)

NOTE: All Club area members who have paid before the November meeting will be able to vote in the Executive Board elections.

See you on Tuesday, November 23rd!

October Meeting: Right Wing Attacks on Local Offices

Tuesday October 19, 2021 07:00 pm

DON’T MISS this important upcoming meeting!
BB Dems Town Hall on Right Wing Attacks on Local Offices and Public Meetings
Tuesday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. on ZOOM

MLive, October 9th: ‘Extreme opposition’ to school mask mandates target Michigan health officials with threats of violence

Public health officials across Michigan are facing threats of violence from their neighbors while anger over school masking requirements boils into calls to strip health departments of their power and funding.

Health officials are targets of harassmentdeath threats and accusations of treason being voiced in chaotic public meetings as parents and political activists demand an end to measures meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Expressions of intense anger over health rules are pitting school boards and county commissions against health officials who worry the outrage is derailing efforts to protect their communities.

Sure enough, here in Oakland County, a mysterious new Political Action Committee formed by Republican politicianactivist David Staudt in mid-September has already started running full-page, misleading & flat-out false attack ads against local school board members who support mask mandates in the local newsweekly.

They're even openly bragging about being "well-funded" and promising to also go after the Oakland County Board of Commissioners and County Executive. They've vowed that "the ads in the Eagle are just the beginning."



  • Lucas Hartwell, former Grand Blanc student who alerted his community to a Q-Anon school member
  • Mike Whitty, professor and researcher on the growth of the radical right and their long-term strategy
  • Martin Brook, Bloomfield Township Clerk
  • State Representative Lori Stone, 28th district

Come hear about actions happening around the state and in our own community and learn what we can do to count these attacks. Register today!

Bloomfield Hills Board of Education Study Session

Thursday October 07, 2021 06:30 pm

Thursday, October 7th
Booth/Doyle Center, 7273 Wing Lake Road

Local school boards are under attack via a coordinated national campaign by political forces using the controversy over mask mandates during a pandemic to sow division in the community, as well as to bully/intimidate board members into resigning or not running again...leaving those positions wide open for their own candidates.

Sadly, three Bloomfield Hills Schools board members who support the mask mandate to help keep our children safe & healthy are having their names dragged through the mud via a campaign of lies and innuendo from a mysterious new PAC.

We need as many health-conscious Bloomfield residents as possible to show up at the next BHS board meeting on Thursday, Oct. 7th to show the board we have their backs.

The meeting is scheduled for 6:30pm but show up earlier if possible to make sure you get a good seat. If you're unfamiliar with the specifics of the BHS situation, contact Charles Gaba for more details.

Sept. BB Dems Meeting - Special Location & Date

Tuesday September 21, 2021 06:00 pm


IN PERSON! Birmingham City Commission Candidate Forum

6:00-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21st at the Birmingham NEXT Senior Center at 2121 Midvale Street (behind Seaholm High School) We are partnering with the Birmingham NEXT to meet all seven candidates and hear their plans for our local community. It will be in the gym, and we recommend everyone wear masks.

7:30-8:00 p.m. Our Club members will meet on site to discuss the forum and other issues/events

WALK with Senator McMorrow’s team in Berkley and Clawson!

Fun Run/Walk & Breakfast w/Rep. Haley Stevens

Saturday August 07, 2021 08:00 pm

Please join hosts Jeffrey Reider, Chuck Otis and Lori Pile for a fun run/walk and have breakfast with Congresswoman Haley Stevens!

  • Saturday, August 7th, 2021, 8:00 am – 9:30am
  • The Home of Jeff Reider and Chuck Otis 996 Chester Street, Birmingham, Michigan 48009

RSVP online via ActBlue

Contact: jeremy@haleystevensforcongress.com - (216) 650-1049

This will be an outdoor, socially distanced event and we kindly ask that all attendees be fully vaccinated.

Suggested contribution levels:

  • Young Professional: $25 | Guest: $50 | Friend: $250
  • Co-Host: $500 | Host: $1000 | Maximum: $2900

Breakfast by Food Truck will be provided!

Contributions to Haley Stevens for Congress are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Federal law requires Haley Stevens for Congress to use best efforts to report name, address, employer, and occupation of all individuals who contribute over $200 per election cycle. Contributions can be accepted from an individual totaling up to $2,900 per election and $5,800 per election cycle. Federal Multi-Candidate PAC’s may contribute up to $5,000 per election and $10,000 per election cycle. Federal law prohibits contributions to the campaign from corporations, labor organizations, national banks, from any person contributing another person’s funds, from foreign nationals who lack permanent resident status, and from federal government contractors.

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