DCI JAN 19-21 at UMASS Conference Center in Lowell
The Democratic State Committee’s Campaign Services Subcommittee is bringing back the Democratic Campaign Institute (DCI). This is a 3-day program featuring political operatives from Massachusetts and also from across the nation. Attendees will received hands-on training on all elements of successful campaigning. Included topics are : capaign plan development, stategic messaging, fund raising basics.
DCI takes place January 19, 20 & 21, 2018 at the UMASS Lowell Inn & Conference Center. Registration is $75. It begins 5pm on Friday Jan 19th, concluding by 2pm on Sunday Jan 21st.
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Limited hotel rooms are available for $119.00 plus taxes and fees at the UMass Lowell Inn, though many participants will choose to commute. For hotel information contact DCI@massdems.org
FRAMINGHAM DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE
November 19, 2017
136 Maynard Road, Framingham, MA
BUSINESS MEETING 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Beverly Hugo Elected to School Committee, District 1
Framingham DTC Chair Beverly Hugo was elected to Framingham School Committee on Nov 7, 2017 in Framingham’s first ciy elections.
Story on all Framingham 2017 school commitee elections: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/20171107/experience-carries-hugo-to-framingham-school-committee-win-in-district-1
On November 7, 2017 Democratic candidates won some huge victories in various elections across the country. This included the governors races in Virginia and New Jersey.
These victories could indicate a strong Democratic showing in the 2018 mid-term elections.
Questions and Answers/Information for Fall Elections
Download printable pdf document.
The Importance of Voting
It is our right and privilege as citizens of the United States and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to participate in this fair and just process. To do so enables us to elect officials who will act on our behalf for the general good of the people. It is up to us to protect our democracy by exercising our fundamental right to vote.
2017 Election for the City of Framingham
On April 4, 2017 the Town of Framingham voted by charter to become a city. The election on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 requires the establishment of a Mayor and an 11-Member City Council (two Councilors-at-Large and nine District City Councilors) as well a nine-member District School Committee. This election is particularly important because these individuals will become our leaders in the City of Framingham.
Every vote counts, mark your calendars:
Preliminary Election on Tuesday, September 26, 2017
City Election, on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
1. Voter registration and Polling Precincts
- Voter registration deadline for the Preliminary City Election has closed.
- Voter registration deadline for the Final City Election: Wednesday, October 18, 2017, by 8 pm.
- Go to the MA Secretary of State’s Election page
See Where Do I Vote? and Am I Registered to Vote?
(Direct link here)
You can register online or in person at the Town Clerk’s office, Room 105, in the
Memorial Building. If you have moved into Framingham or within Framingham
since the last election, it is more efficient to change your address at the Town
2. Preliminary City Election (Read more…)