Caucuses & Clubs
Allen County Democratic Luncheon Club
If you enjoy Democratic politics and food, this is the club for you! The Allen County Luncheon Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month. The luncheon begins at 11:30 am with our guest speaker presenting at noon.
Allen County Democratic Party Women’s Club
A majority of Allen County is made up of women but when it comes to elected government officials, women are in the minority. The ACDP Women’s Club seeks to change that. We are a group with the simple goal to help support and elect Democratic women throughout the county while also hosting speakers and advocating for positions important to all women, regardless of political affiliation. If you would like to join this amazing group, please go to our Facebook page to contact us!
Allen County Stonewall Democrats
Allen County Stonewall Democrats works toward the goal of LGBTQ+ pIn 1969, the Stonewall riots in NYC were a watershed moment in the fight for LGBTQIA+ rights in America. Over 50 years later that fight continues as here in Allen County. The Allen County Stonewall Democrats are dedicated towards the goals of increasing political representation and engagement on behalf of the LGBTQIA+ community here in Allen County and throughout Indiana.
Allen County Young Democrats
The next generation of Democrats in Allen County begins here! Our mission at the ACYD is to recruit, train, and help elect more young Democrats throughout Allen County and Indiana. By engaging with the next generation of leaders, we are forming a team of talented individuals who will help to build a better, more inclusive, more diverse Allen County.
Indiana Democratic African American Caucus – Fort Wayne Chapter
IDAAC/FWC is to enhance the Democratic Party’s inclusion of African Americans in decision making, elections, public office appointments and party positions. To promote the active participation of African Americans in the local, state and national levels of the democratic process. To support the right of the African American Community to control its own institutions as it relates to political empowerment, international policy, communications, rural development, environmental protections and community self-determination.