Interview With Amanda Bradley


Interview With Mandy Brown


Interview With Joseph Lewis


Interview With Damon Rogers


2022 Donation Summary

2022 was one of WCDP's busiest years to date! We fielded a lot of candidates, spoke to a lot of citizens, hosted a lot of functions, and worked with a lot of donors to promote democracy and equality in Williamson County, TN. From January through October, 2022, which was the majority of the 2022 campaign season, here is a summary of our donations:

Our total intake from donors was $28,257.60. Only 3% of these donations were above $500, putting WCDP firmly in the area of grass roots and small donors who are working together to effect change. 33% of our donations were between $100-$500, for a total of $14,893. And then all the rest of our donations -- the majority of our supporters -- donated less than $100 during January-October of 2022. 

What happens to the money?

When you give to WCDP, you are helping campaign for and support democratic candidates who believe in equal rights, strong public schools, and healthcare for everyone. You are helping WCDP give back to the community, with donations to charities and other organizations also effecting change in our county. You are helping us spread the word that there is a thriving and enthusiastic network of liberal friends here in Tennessee, ready to welcome you and protect your voting rights and healthcare. 

And we are growing! Won't you be part of our movement?

You can donate to WCDP at: 

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Support WCDP on Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday is coming up on November 29th. This national day of giving highlights non-profits working to make a difference in their communities and we hope you will consider supporting WCDP this year. In 2022 we recruited, trained and supported Democratic candidates who stood up for public education, infrastructure, and healthcare for all residents in their communities. We also understand that diversity makes our communities stronger and everyone deserves to feel safe and valued in their community. That is why we supported organizations like Franklin Pride, Wilco Iris, the African American Heritage Society, The Franklin Justice and Equity Coalition, the Williamson County Homeless Alliance, Graceworks Ministries and the Hard Bargain Association through donations of food, time, and event sponsorships. 

Our organization is funded primarily by small donations and donors who are your neighbors and friends. We've set a goal of raising $2,000 to kickstart our efforts in 2023 to field candidates who care, register voters, and conduct outreach to better understand the needs of our community. Thanks to a generous donor who has pledged to match total donations up to $1,000, your gift will be doubled when you give today! We are grateful for your help in meeting our goal this Giving Tuesday.

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The Hugh Williamson Unity Picnic was a sold out success!

Thank you for supporting the WCDP! 

We had a great time on Saturday, October 1st for our Hugh Williamson Unity Picnic, our first fundraising event in four years. We enjoyed beautiful weather, a delicious lunch catered by Menu Maker Catering, made new friends and heard from inspiring speakers. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped us pull the picnic together, the supporters who bought tickets, the sponsors and individuals & small businesses who donated silent auction items. 

Sen. Heidi Campbell with supporters
WCDP District Captain Damon Rogers & TFDW President Marisa Richmond with supporters
What a great crowd!
Derrick Solomon, Exec Dir of Hard Bargain Association, Jenn Foley, WCDP Chair & Courtenay Rogers, WCDP Vice-Chair
Deborah Campbell Sparks & Dr. Jason Martin
Chris Sanders, Executive Director of TN Equality Project
Dr. Jason Martin & Sen. Heidi Campbell
Wanda Bruce Graham (President of Williamson County Democratic Women), Deborah Campbell Sparks, Marissa Richmond (President, TN Federation of Democratic Women)
Show your Pride! 
Dr. Jason Martin & supporters


Speakers Included:

Silent Auction Items

Our silent auction included items graciously donated by our supporters and helped us off-set the costs of the picnic. Winners have been notified, and please check out the small businesses that supported WCDP. 

Thank You to our Sponsors!


Elect Deborah Sparks County Commissioner for D7!

The Williamson County Democratic Party (WCDP) has nominated Deborah Campbell Sparks to be the Democratic candidate on the ballot for the special election to fill the vacant District 7 seat on the Williamson County Commission. The special election will be held on November 8th to fill the seat formerly held by Bert Chalfant, who passed away in August. 

“We mourn the loss of Mr. Chalfant, who was a tireless public servant in Williamson County and wish to extend our deepest condolences to his family. We believe that Deborah Campbell Sparks will be a passionate advocate for the residents of District 7,” said WCDP Chair Jenn Foley. 

Sparks, who recently ran for County Clerk, is a 5th generation resident of Williamson County and has lived in Brentwood for 32 years. She says her main reason for seeking office centers on the importance for county commissioners to possess strong financial literacy and awareness of state and federal policies to manage the growth of our county.

“I have in-depth experience in all facets of grant funding and contract negotiation as well as financial and analytical expertise in accounting operations and budget management.” said Sparks, “I sincerely believe that my experience would be a great asset to the county commission and I look forward to serving the people of Brentwood in District 7 .” 

To learn more about Deborah and donate to her campaign, please visit her website

The special election for the District 7 County Commission seat will be held on November 8, 2022. Early voting begins October 19th and the last day to register to vote is October 10th.