The Boxford Dems will meet at Town Hall, 7A Spofford Road, on Tuesday evening, January 8th at 7pm for a brief business meeting followed by a presentation on Ranked Choice Voting (“RCV”) by a speaker from www.VoterChoiceMA.org. The presentation will include an explanation of the process, a discussion of where RCV is already being used, and a mock election. Refreshments, and time for questions and lively discussion will follow. If you ever wondered how RCV actually works, this is the presentation for you. This meeting is open to the public.
Today is the day we have been waiting for. Christina and Tram have worked tirelessly as have many of our own members to win their seats as state representatives for our community. There is still work to do.
Our candidates need sign holders. There are several intrepid BDTC members holding signs right now. They need more help. If you can spare an hour or two any time from now to 8pm, please let the campaigns know. They could use at least 3 more sign holders each hour!
Our candidates still need people to go door-knocking to get out the vote. Today is about making sure their Boxford supporters actually go to the polls and vote.
If you can spare even one hour, contact the campaigns directly.
Friends and supporters of Tram came together to have lunch with her on Friday at the Boxford Community House. Folks from Boxford and beyond enjoyed delicious food and interesting conversations. Many in attendance had voted early and were happy to share that news with Tram.
The League of Women Voters of Topsfield/Boxford/Middleton is hosting a Candidates Forum on Wednesday, October 17th at 7:30 pm at the Masconomet High School auditorium in Boxford.The forum is for candidates for the 2nd Essex, 4th Essex, 13th Essex, and 18th Essex Districts in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. This forum provides an opportunity for the voters to meet the candidates before the general election, and for candidates to present their views and qualifications.
The Boxford Democratic Town Committee is looking for high school and college student volunteers to work on local campaigns for Democratic political candidates and ballot initiatives. You can earn community service credits, while gaining first-hand experience with democracy in action.
For further information, please contact info@BoxfordDems.org. If you don’t live in Boxford, we can put you in touch with your local Democratic Committee. And please help us get the word out by sharing this link with your own network.
The Committee to Elect Jimmy Tingle is delighted to invite you to a Meet & Greet Fundraiser for Jimmy Tingle, democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor. The event will be an interesting, informative and enjoyable evening. Save the date and please share the invitation with your friends and neighbors!