Teresa Walsh, State Comitteewoman, is traveling to the Springfield State Convention on Saturday September 14 at 6 AM from the West Medford Walgreens and leaving Springfield at 3PM. There is room for 4 people in the car. Please contact Teresa directly by Thursday, 9/12 if interested in getting a ride to Springfield. 617.413.3914, firstname.lastname@example.org
The next meeting of the Medford Ward 8 Democratic Committee will be Thursday, July 18, at 7pm, at 57 Ashland Street.
All Medford Democrats are welcome.
Key agenda items will include:
- planning for a voter registration drive at the Medford Square Market
- proposal to endorse the Medford People’s Platform established by Our Revolution Medford
If you live in ward 8 (i.e., you vote at the Senior Center or previously voted at the VFW), come meet your Democratic neighbors at a casual afternoon reception. This is not a fundraiser. It’s just a chance to meet some people and hear a little bit (really, just a little!) about the Democratic Party’s work in Medford.
Date: Sunday, April 28
Time: 3:00 to 4:30pm
Place: Home of Roger Wile, 54 Forest St (old Medford High School), unit 313
Parking: On Forest Street; please do not park in the building’s lot
Light refreshments will be served.
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Date: May 11, 2019
Place: Medford City Hall, 85 George Hassett Drive
Registration begins at: 9:30 a.m.
Caucus begins at: 10:00 a.m.
The purpose of the caucus is to elect delegates to the Democratic Issues Convention to be held at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield on September 14, 2019. All registered and pre-registered Medford Democrats are eligible to participate.
Attending the caucus, whether to run as a delegate or to participate in delegate selection, is a great way to learn more about the Democratic Party. Here are the full details about how delegates are selected.
The next meeting of the Medford Democratic City Committee will be Wednesday, January 9, at 6:30pm. It will be held at Medford City Hall in the Alden Chambers.
The guest speaker will be Patrick Gordon, Station Manager of Medford Community Media. The focus of Patrick’s talk will be “How to Produce a T.V. Show.”
All Medford Democrats are welcome!
Today is Election Day! Polls are open 7am to 8pm. Find your polling location here.
It’s time to GET OUT THE VOTE! Canvassing and phone banking activities are taking place in Medford multiple times per day from today through Election Day.
Swing Left is also organizing canvassing trips to Congressional swing districts in New Hampshire and Maine.
And, of course, don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, if you didn’t already vote early! Polls will be open 7am to 8pm. You can find your polling place here.
There are multiple canvassing and phone banking opportunities throughout this weekend to support Elizabeth Warren, Maura Healey, Jay Gonzalez, Katherine Clark, and all our Democratic candidates.
Find the full list of dates and times here.
Our Congressional representative, Katherine Clark, and state Senator, Pat Jehlen, joined in on one of the Medford canvasses last weekend!
Next weekend, and through Election Day, there will be additional events throughout the city to get out the vote.
The Medford Democratic City Committee will meet Wednesday, October 24, at 7pm, in room 201 (Richard E. Lee room) at Medford City Hall.
The guest speaker will be newly-appointed Medford City Clerk Adam Hurtubise. He will speak on early voting. Massachusetts is holding an early voting period ahead of the general election in November. Adam will explain Medford’s Early Voting Program.
At its September 13 meeting, the Medford Ward 8 Democratic Committee voted to endorse the full slate of Democratic candidates for the November 2018 general election:
US Senator: Elizabeth Warren
Governor: Jay Gonzalez
Lieutenant Governor: Quentin Palfrey
Attorney General: Maura Healey
Secretary of State: Bill Galvin
Treasurer: Deb Goldberg
Auditor: Suzanne Bump
US Representative: Katherine Clark
Governor’s Councillor: Terrence Kennedy
State Senator: Pat Jehlen
State Representative: Christine Barber (34th Middlesex) and Paul Donato (35th Middlesex)
District Attorney: Marian Ryan
Clerk of Courts: Michael Sullivan
Register of Deeds: Maria Curtatone
The Committee also voted to endorse the following positions on the state ballot questions:
Yes on question 1 (establishing limits for nurse-to-patient ratios)
Yes on question 2 (establishing a committee to research and recommend a Constitutional amendment establishing that corporations are not people and allowing regulation of campaign donations)
Yes on question 3 (affirming the current law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity)