The Massachusetts Democratic Party needs your local leadership
NORTH OF BOSTON – Are you thinking about running for your local Democratic town/ward committee? The Massachusetts Democratic Party needs your local leadership, and wants you to get involved in leading your community.
The Democrats look at town and ward committees as the backbone to their grassroots organizing abilities, heavily depending upon the activism and connections of their delegates to build networks in the local communities.
Every town and ward has a window of February 11 to February 26, 2012, to hold a caucus to elect delegates who will gather with their counterparts from other communities on June 2, 2012 at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield for the annual state convention. All caucuses are scheduled to start after 9 AM on Saturday or Sunday and no earlier than 6 PM on a weekday. It must be held in a public place that is accessible to the disabled and does not inhibit participation by any Democrat.
Local committees notified the Democratic State Committee of the time and location of their caucuses by January 9, 2012.
For more information, visit the Massachusetts Democratic State Committee website
A list of caucuses in the NoBo region communities is available below.
Amesbury Town Hall
62 Friend Street
Amesbury MA 01913
Andover Memorial Library
2 North Main St
Beverly Public Library
32 Essex St.
Beverly, MA 01915
Boxford Community Center
4 Middleton Road
Boxford, MA 01921
Marianne C. P. Rutter
Chelsea Public Library
569 Broadway St.