Framingham DTC Re-Organization April 22
The Framingham DTC held its annual meeting on Sunday April 22 where biennial election of officers took place. FDTC member Mel Warshaw presented the Nomination Committee’s report, recommending candidates for the 2018-2020 term. The report was accepted unanimously and the following officers were elected without opposition:
Chair : Beverly Hugo
Co-Vice Chair: Adam Freudberg
Co-Vice Chair: Rozzy Hooper-Hamersley
Secretary: Barbara Fontes
Treasurer: Larry Stoodt
AAOC: Margareth Shepard
FDTC Officers elected for 2018-20.
L-R Adam Freudberg, Barbara Fontes, Larry Stoodt, Rozzy Hooper-Hamersley, Beverly Hugo, Margareth Shepard
Framingham DTC invites Facebook users to join its group
The Framingham DTC welcomes registered Democrats who are interested in the DTC to join the Committee’s Facebook group.
The group is called Framingham Democrats (DTC).
To join the group visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/534988066516749/
Spilka has secured the votes to become President of the Massachusetts Senate
It was reported in local news that Framingham’s State Senator Karen Spilka (D-Ashland) has the votes to become President of the State Senate in 2019. Karen Spilka was first elected to the Massachusetts Senate in 2004 after serving as State Representative in the House for several terms. Over the years she has risen up the leadership ladder that includes her current role as Chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee.
This is an exciting moment for Framingham and the 2nd Middlesex Norfolk district that Karen represents in the Senate.
Story on WGBH:
Two Vacancies Filled on March 18
At the March 18th meeting of the Framingham DTC, 2 vacancies in the regular 35-member body were filled. Gwen Holbrow and Robert Case, formerly associate members, were elected by acclamation to the 35-member body of the Framingham Democratic Town Committee.
Congratulations to both; they will serve until the next Committee reorganization in 2020.