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DCDC members will be circulating a petition regarding our Delaware County Newspaper of Record. To understand why we’re doing this, you can read the text and informational background in advance here.
Coffee, pastries and petitions — oh my! Join fellow Dems at “Petitioning Kickoff”, a great “How To” for newbies and a vital refresher for experienced petitioners in Hamden on Saturday, February 24 from 11am-12:30pm.
The DCDC is sorry to share the sad news that Ed Raeder has passed. Ed served as Roxbury Town Council member for 29 years. Calling hours Friday. January 26 from 4-7pm, Miller/Hynes Funeral Home, Roxbury.
So, how can we use this Trump strategy, which originally came from Democrats, to get positive results in our own elections? The first thing we need to do is get Democratic candidates on the ballot…
You CAN follow your heart and change your party — but don’t wait. February 14th is the deadline!
The DCDC is sorry to share the sad news that Janice Burdick has passed. Janice was our go-to Delaware County Democratic Election Commissioner for many years and a DCDC Woman of the Year. Services will be held Friday, January 26.
“Oh, what a tangled web we weave…”
This quote from Sir Walter Scott came to mind on January 3rd as we watched the Delaware County Board of Supervisors leadership bob and weave to avoid carrying out their duty to appoint two newspapers of record (one designated by the Republican party, the other by the Democratic party) to publish county legal notices.
The lawsuit comes after the county told the paper it was canceling its contract as the paper of record because it didn’t like its coverage.
THANK YOU to everyone who stepped up to run for office on the Democratic line this year. You are all winners in our book. You gave Delaware County voters a choice, a voice and something to work together toward. Congratulations to our winning candidates. We had some significant Supervisor wins in Delhi and Middletown plus town council and more. For results…
Read responses to Reporter Questions from Sidney Town Council Candidate Kevin Greene that didn’t make the paper… and find out why. Share with your Sidney friends.
DCBOE reminder to avoid these common Absentee Ballot Errors.
IMPORTANT. The office has moved and is no longer on Gallant Ave. It is now on 97 Main, Suite 5, Delhi. You park in back. The entrance is in the side back door.
Plan your vote and bring a friend. Studies show your less likely to forget. Check our website for candidate information and Voter Tools for ballot initiatives and more.
Please join the Town of Sidney Democratic Committee for a Meet and Greet, Thursday, November 2nd, 6:30 pm at the Sidney Memorial Library. Meet and learn more about Deirdre Hay, who is running for NY State Supreme Court Justice 6JD, in the upcoming election. Questions are welcome.
STUDIES SHOW you are less likely to forget if you plan in advance when and how you’re going to vote. You especially remember when you plan with a friend to vote together. Consider early voting — you never know what might pop up on Election Day!
There are two propositions on the back of the NYS 2023 Ballot. Here is the text and what we learned and recommend.
Hear Glen Faulkner and Hiram Davis, candidates for Town of Middletown Supervisor, in a public forum on Sat., October 21 at 11am and a Debate on Mon., October 23 @ 7pm. The forum is at the Skene Memorial Library, Main Street, Fleischmanns. The debate is at the Galli-Curci Theater, Main Street, Margaretville. Both are free and open to the public.
Meet and Greet! Come mix, mingle and snack with Maya Boukai, candidate for Delhi Town Supervisor, at Cardio Club. Ask her questions, and see what she is all about as well as Amy Randall, running with incumbent Christina Viafore for Delhi Town Council. Help us spread the word about the 2023 campaign, and bring a friend. Please RSVP so the organizers are sure to have enough treats for everyone.
NYS Supreme Court is on the ballot in Delaware County this year. Learn about Democratic candidate Deirdre Hay in this Ithaca Voice article.
We’ll be at Delhi Harvest Fest on Courthouse Square next Saturday, 9/23, from 10 am to 4 pm. Come meet our Dem town board candidates: Maya Boukai for supervisor, and Christina Viafore and Amy Randall for town council. The Delhi Harvest Festival provides a fun-filled shopping experience for all. Take a walk down Main Street and visit Delhi’s local shops. Then visit the vendors on the Courthouse Square selling jewelry, home decor, baked goods, and more.
Visit the Middletown Dems at the Margaretville Park Pavilion behind Freshtown. Get a free bookmark, learn about local races, lovely thank you gifts for donations while enjoying this festive, free annual event complete with live music, fresh cauliflower, crafts, food court and more.
Meet Deirdre Hay, candidate for NY State Supreme Court Justice, and candidates for Town of Meredith. Free buffet dinner at the East Meredith Firehouse Thursday, September 21 from 4-7pm. RSVP by Sept 15.
WE’RE A GO! JOIN US! Free ice cream and live music by Ex Indigo. Get a bookmark listing important election dates and our Middletown Dem Candidates: Glen Faulkner for Supervisor, Brian Sweeney for Town Council, Alana Siegel for Clerk/Collector, John Biruk for Superintendent of Highways and Deirdre Hay for NY State Supreme Court Justice.
Individuals, across multiple NY counties, have been going door to door impersonating County Board of Elections staff.
SOLD OUT! You can still purchase an ad in our digital ad book. If you purchased tickets, click “Read more” for important brunch updates, a map and…
Visit Del Cty Dems at the Walton Fair big commercial tent August 14-19. Get free bookmarks, take our Quick Quiz, do a Dem Voice Selfie, learn about local elections, Dem events and more.
The following Resolution was sent to the Delaware County Board of Supervisors on June 23, 2023.
If you support this, use the button below for information on how to contact your town Supervisor. (They meet June 28).