Key Dates For 2020 Elections
Please visit the site’s Election page for a listing of important election dates in 2020.
The list begins with the Presidential Primary on March 3 and goes up to the November election.
Also the page lists the remaining Democratic presidential debate schedule as well as the presidential primary candidates and US senate primary candidates.
Lowell Hosts 2020 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention
The 2020 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention takes place on Saturday May 30 at the Tsongas Center in Lowell. (There will be convention related activities on Friday night as well.)
This is a nominating convention with a contested race for United States Senate.
The Framingham Democratic Caucus to elect state convention delegates will be taking place on March 8 at the Framingham Pubic Library on Lexington Street with registration beginning at 2pm.
At the October 20, 2019 business meeting of the Framingham Democratic Commitee, the membership voted overwhelming in favor of three resolutions.
Ban single use plastic bags, PDF of the resolution:
H.R. 312, Mashpee Reservation Re-Affirmation, PDF:
FDC Resolution HR312 v.2
Resolution to create environmental task force, PDF:
Resolution to create an Environmental Task Force v2
Nov 3 Business Meeting – School Committee Candidates Forum
The November business meeting of the Framingham Democratic Committee will be on Sunday November 3, 2019 at 7pm taking place at the Framingham Green Community Room. The meeting will feature a forum among School Committee candidates running in the November Framingham municipal elections.
Daniel’s Table is Charify of the Month
The FDC charity for November is Daniel’s Table. Founded by Alicia and David Blais, its mission is:
“to create a sense of food security starting in the city of Framingham and through cooperation with other cities and towns expand our mission to wherever it is needed.”
Donations will be accepted at the November meeting and can also be made on-line at:
Organizing Corps 2020 or OC2020 has been launched as a ground-Game strategy that leverages the up-swell in volunteer enthusiasm and voter engagement since the last presidential election.
OC2020 is planning to use a strategy of placing 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.
Organizing Corps 2020 will recruit, pay, and train young people to work on the 2020 presidential cycle, starting in 2019.
For more see: MWOC2020 Leaflet fundraiser