"Our mission is to be the voice of Michigan's Jewish community in the Democratic Party. Together we will grow a movement to combat antisemitism, elect more Democrats, and build a better, stronger, fairer Michigan."
- Noah Arbit, Founding Chair
Elevate Jewish voices within the Michigan Democratic Party
Provide a forum for Jewish Michiganders to discuss political issues with elected officials and candidates
Combat antisemitism and educate the public on its manifestations
Increase Jewish representation in Michigan politics and government
Recruit and train Jewish Democrats to organize and run for office
Elect Democrats who share our values to local, state, and federal office
Advocate for progressive policies that benefit all Michiganders
What is a Caucus?
A Michigan Democratic Party (MDP) caucus is a political organization comprised of and dedicated to serving a specific constituency group or voting bloc - in our case: Jewish Democrats. MDP caucuses serve as a forum for activists and community leaders to discuss pressing political issues, organize collectively, campaign for Democrats, as well as meet with party leaders and elected officials. Once a caucus is chartered, its leadership team becomes party to regular communications with MDP leadership, and is given a dedicated space to rally at biennial state party conventions. For a list of other MDP caucuses, click here.