We want you!

Let's make change together! Become a member of the Flathead Democratic Women. With your help we can educate, influence, and shape the future of the Flathead Valley!

Make a difference

Ensure that your voice is heard!


See our elected officials, candidates, and party leaders. Learn about the issues that matter to Flathead Democrats.

Shape the future

Join us in building a great future for the Flathead Valley!

Stay informed

sign up now




Get involved

The Latest

TIF Funds Could Be Used For Work Force Housing
Kalispell is considering making tax increment finance funds available to workforce affordable housing projects.
In order to do so, the city’s Downtown Urban Renewal Plan and its West Side/Core Area Urban Renewal Plan must be updated to include workforce housing projects as eligible for TIF funds. The Kalispell Planning Board on Tuesday will consider amendments to those plans that make that change. The planning board meets at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 201 First Avenue East. Kalispell uses TIF funds within the boundaries of both plans as part of the “overall strategy to meet its needs of promoting economic development, improving area employment opportunities, improving area housing opportunities, and expanding the community’s tax base.”
MT Kids Sue Over Climate Policies
16 young people are suing Montana over energy policies they say are contributing to climate change by prioritizing fossil fuel sources.
Their lawsuit asserts that Montana — by fostering fossil fuel as its primary energy resource — is contributing to a deteriorating climate and violating the children’s right to a clean and healthful environment guaranteed in the state’s Constitution. By doing so, the lawsuit alleges, Montana is interfering with the children’s health, safety, and happiness. “The state’s reliance on fossil fuels, its energy policy, its continued development of fossil fuel extraction has all led to exasperated effects of climate change,” Gibson-Snyder said. “It’s a betrayal by the government.”

MT - 988 Suicide Hot Line
Thanks to a new national suicide hotline number going into effect on July 16, hope will be closer than ever for those in the state struggling with mental health, according to Montana officials who spoke at a press event on Tuesday.
The new 988 Lifeline comes from the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act of 2020. Gov. Gianforte sponsored the bill when he was Montana’s representative in the U.S. House. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, suicide is the ninth leading cause of death in Montana, and the state has the third highest suicide rate in the nation. The Montana fact sheet from AFSP also states, “74.91% of communities did not have enough mental health providers to serve residents in 2021, according to federal guidelines.”

There are many ways to get involved.

Be a participant!

Join the Flathead Democratic Women. Volunteer. Donate. Be part of the solution!

Be ready for 2020 go

register to vote!

It's never been more important to vote. The critical 2020 election will shape our country for years to come. Vote!