The Democratic Town Committee announces vacancies in five voting districts.
Vacancies exist in District 1 (Vance), 10 (Saint Francis), 11 (Holmes). 12 (Pulaski) and 13 (John Paul II). Vacancies for registered Democrats may be filled in the current term by voting members in the district at a regular meeting of the Town Committee
Town Committee members are elected in the city’s 15 voting districts in even-numbered years (state and federal elections). The current term ends in March 2020.
A Presidential Debate Watch Party will be held Thursday, September 12th, at the Roma Sports Bar & Grill, 382 Allen Street New Britain from 8 to 11 p.m.
Democratic Town Committee members, volunteers and friends are invited to the watch party that will include pizza, appetizers and refreshments for the third nationally televised debate involving the crowded Democratic field.
The suggested donation is $20.20 payable to the New Britain Democratic Town Committee. Proceeds will support the DTC’s Get Out The Vote efforts in the 2019 Municipal Election.
Seating is limited. Please RSVP to email@example.com or contact John McNamara, 6th District Democratic State Central Committeeman 860-827-9469. Leave a message.
The Democratic Town Committee (DTC) is holding a Backyard Picnic hosted by DTC members Isabelita and Santos Cancel on Saturday, September 14th from 3 to 6 p.m. at 406 Stanley Street, New Britain.
It’s an opportunity to meet Mayoral Nominee Chris Porcher and members of the Democrats for Change slate and local and state party leaders featuring “Taste of New Britain” picnic fare and beverages. The event will help register voters and help get out the vote for the November 5th election.
DTC Members and associate members may contact John McNamara to donate a covered dish, appetizer or dessert for the picnic. Please contact John McNamara firstname.lastname@example.org or Rosemary Klotz email@example.com or leave a message at 860-827-9469 if you can contribute a potluck item for the picnic.