Democratic Women of Shelby County (DWSC)

Our next Monthly meeting on Saturday, October 9, at 11:00 am. Due to the ongoing pandemic, we'll be meeting virtually. To request the meeting link, please email Please join us.

The Democratic Women of Shelby County have released a statement in support of State Representative Gloria Johnson, a Democratic woman elected to serve the citizens of Tennessee Legislative District 13, Knox County. Representative Johnson voted against the election of Cameron Sexton, a Republican State Representative, as the Speaker of the House, and he has been engaging in abusive conduct and bullying her ever since that vote. The DWSC joins others in supporting Representative Johnson and condemning the reprehensible and bullying actions of Speaker Sexton. Please see the entire statement below, and sign this petition calling for Sexton's abuse to stop. Equity for TN State Rep Gloria Johnson

The Democratic Women of Shelby County have released a resolution regarding the Byhalia Pipeline in Memphis.

The DWSC is pleased to announce this year's recipients of the Myra C. Stiles Scholarship.

Amiya Boyd is graduating from Middle College High School.

She will be attending Xavier University majoring in Business Management and Spanish.

Mikayla Higgins is graduating from Whitehaven High School.

She will be attending University of Missouri-Columbia majoring in Journalism.

Harrison Dillard is graduating from Germantown High School.

He will be attending the University of Mississippi majoring in History.

If you would like to make a donation in Myra's honor to our Myra Stiles Scholarship fund, please click here to donate.

Join the DWSC anytime. Dues are only $25, but please add $1 if paying online. Click here for more information about joining.


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We will not post candidate information in primary races unless there is no democratic opponent.

Nor will we post candidate information in nonpartisan races.

We are proud of our Democratic candidates participating in the various races.

We “DO NOT “ endorse in Primaries and the sheer number makes it impossible to list all campaign activities.

We do however wish them all the best and pledge our collective support in the General Election.