LG Candidates At May Meeting

5 Candidates Seek Lt. Governor Nomination 

The May business meeting of the Framingham Democratic Committee will feature presentations from the 5 Democratic candidates contesting in the Democratic primary for Lt. Governor in 2022.

Presenting will be: Bret Bero, Kim Driscoll, Tami Gouveia, Adam Hinds and Eric Lesser.

The meeting beings at 7pm and will be conducted virtually on Zoom.

AG Candidates At April Meeting

Candidates Forum Featuring Attorney General Candidates

The April 10th FDC business meeting will feature the three Democratic candidates contesting in the 2022 primary for Massachusetts Attorney General.

Presenting at this forum will be: Andrea Campbell, Shannon Liss-Riordan and Quentin Palfrey.

The meeting is on April 10, 2022 starting at 7pm and will be held virtually on Zoom.


Signature Collection Begins

Collecting Signatures For Nomination Papers

The Framingham Democratic Committee has launched collection drives to gather nomination signatures for Democrats contesting in the 2022 Democratic primary.  These are for races in which Framingham voters can cast ballots.  The collection is typically held at grocery store entrances in Framingham.

Help is needed to staff the tables.  If interested please contact Norma Shulman : nbshulman@gmail.com.


Sec. of State Candidates At March Meeting

March Business Meeting Will Feature Candidates Running For Sec. of State

The March business meeting of the Framingham Democratic Committee takes place on Sunday March 20, 2022 starting at 7pm.  This meeting will be held remotely on Zoom.

The meeting will feature an introduction of the two candidates running in the Democratic Primary for Massachusetts Secretary of State.  Appearing will be the incumbent William F. Galvin and challenger Tanisha Sullivan.

Caucus Results 2022

Framingham Delegates To 2022 State Convention

The 2022 Framingham Democratic caucus was held on Saturday February 12th, conducted virtually on Zoom.  Framingham’s delegation to the 2022 Democratic State Convention was elected at this caucus comprised of 37 delegates (19 female, 18 male) and 6 alternates.

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