January Business Meeting On Zoom
The previously announced legislative breakfast meeting has been postponed. Further details are forthcoming.
The January business meeting will be held on Sunday January 22nd at 7pm. This will be a virtual meeting on Zoom.
Applications Now Being Accepted
The Massachusetts Democratic Party is now accepting applicants for the JFK Scholarship and Joe Moakley Internship Program.
The scholarship and paid internship opportunities are available to students enrolled in college or post-secondary programs and 2023 college graduates and post-secondary certificate holders who are residents of Massachusetts and registered Democrats.
The internship program is a part time, in person internship that averages about 15 hours per week.
JFK Scholarship recipients are expected to be active participants in democratic organizing or other political work. JFK Scholarship recipients may intern with the MassDems.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 10, 2023 at 5:00 PM (no exceptions)
FDC December Business Meeting At Special Location
The December business meeting for the Framingham Democratic Committee has been scheduled for Sunday December 11, 2022 taking place at a special location:
39 Edwards Street
The meeting is scheduled for a 7pm start. (This was the location for the 2021 caucus.)
Full agenda will be published on the website calendar. This meeting will focus on FDC operations and subcommittees.
Members are requested to bring a holiday themed food to share and gift for donation to children at the Pathways Shelter.
Link To New Administration’s Transition Site
To anyone interested in the Healey/Driscoll transition visit this link:
Will Represent Framingham Precinct 21A
Representative-elect Kate Donaghue prevailed with a tremendous victory in her election for State Representative for the 19th Worcester. This newly formed House district includes Framingham’s precinct 21A.
Kate is well known to Framingham Democrats as one of the hardest working political activists
Along with Kate, Framingham will now be represented in the State House by Jack Patrick Lewis, Danielle Gregoire and Priscila Sousa. All three were unchallenged in their general election races.