Officers Elected For 20-22

FDC April Business Meeting Conducted Via Zoom

The April 2020 business meeting of the Framingham Democratic Committee took place on April 5, 2020 using Zoom on-line conference.  (This was necessary due to the restrictions on large gatherings forced by the COVID-19 emergency.)

The agenda included election of officers for the term 2020-22.

The following were elected without opposition:

Mike Hugo – Chair
Rozzy Hooper Hamersley – Co Vice Chair (re-elected)
Cesar Stewart-Morales – Co Vice Chair
Robert Case – Secretary
Larry Stoodt – Treasurer (re-elected)
Margareth Shepard – Co Affirmative Action & Outreach (re-elected)
Carmen Chico – Co Affirmative Action & Outreach

Democratic Caucus 2020

Framingham Democrats Will Caucus March 8


The Framingham Democratic Caucus to elect state convention delegates will take place on Sunday March 8, 2020 at Framingham High School, 115 A Street, Framingham with registration at 1pm, call to order at 2pm.

The purpose of this caucus is to elect Framingham’s delegation to the 2020 Democratic State Convention taking place at the end of May in the city of Lowell, Tsongas Center.

Framingham has been allocated 34 delegates, plus 6 alternates to send to the state convention.

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Early Voting For Presidential Primary

First Time Ever Massachusetts Will Allow Early Voting In Pres. Primary

Early voting will be allowed in the 2020 Massachusetts Presidential Primary for the first time ever.  The primary will be on Tuesday March 3rd with early voting starting on Monday February 24th to Friday February 28th.

See full schedule for Framingham:

Reception To Support Organizing Corps 2020

Hosted by Senate President Karen Spilka

Special Guests:

Former Governor Michael Dukakis
Founder of OC2020, Meg Ansara

Date:  December 20, 2019

Time:  5:30pm to 7:30pm

Location: 18 Rome Way, Ashland, MA

MetroWest OC 2020 is the local chapter of Organizing Corps 2020, which is a ground-Game strategy which will leverage the upswell in youth volunteer enthusiasm and voter engagement.  Our strategy is to place diverse canvassers in their own diverse neighborhoods to talk to their friends, neighbors, families and likely voters of similar diverse background, and to encourage them to get out and vote for the Democratic candidate.

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