DCDC Ally Groups
The Delaware County Democrats support and champion a variety of issues including social justice, the environment, voter rights and more. We are developing relationships with separate, local groups who champion these issues as well.
The following is a list of these ally groups, a brief description of their mission and their contact information.
Our vision is to foster a safe & welcoming environment for the BIPOC and AAPI community that live in and visit the Catskills Mountain Region and surrounding counties. We also recognize the intersectionality of race, ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation and sexual orientation and advocate for a safe & welcoming community for all.
Founded in 2015, Bushel is a nonprofit, volunteer-run, interdisciplinary collective dedicated to growing community and discourse through programming in the arts, agriculture, ecology, and action.
Located on Main Street in Delhi, New York (pop. 5,117), Bushel is an exploration of the relationships and conversations that can be forged in a low-population area by offering a space for exhibitions, readings, musical performances, film screenings, discussions, meetings, co-working, classes and workshops, swaps and skills shares, and other as-yet unexplored happenings.
Inspired by both traditional rural meeting places and non-traditional storefront experiments, Bushel remains unwritten, indeterminate, and open-ended.
Catskills Unity is a messaging campaign to express our shared commitment to building a strong, unified community dedicated to safety and equity for all of us who live, work, and attend school in the northwestern Catskills. Together we convey this message through our statement of solidarity, vibrant logo, and array of visual signage.
Visit our website for a list of distribution points for free stickers that help spread our shared message of safety, equity, and solidarity,
Fair for All
“Hate Spoils the Fun!” The Fair for All campaign calls on county fairs in New York to stop condoning hate by allowing the display and sale of racist merchandise.
This campaign was launched in 2017 as a way to challenge the on-going sale of racist paraphernalia at the Delaware County Fair in Walton, NY. Since the group’s inaugural press conference, involvement has expanded, and countless supporters have shared their stories of racism in all corners of the state. Our fight is no longer just a local one — Fair for All is committed to challenging the normalization of white supremacy at public family events state-wide.
Register to Vote!
Registering to vote is simple and takes less than five minutes to complete! At Rock the Vote you’ll find everything you need to know about how to register and how to vote in NY State. You can also contact the Delaware County Board of Elections!