Massachusetts North Shore Democrats
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Democratic Town Committees

What are Democratic Town Committees?

Democratic Town Committees (DTCs) and Democratic City Committees (DCCs) are official entities recognized by the Massachusetts Democratic Party and by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Several hundred local, community-based Democratic Committees function in Massachusetts cities and towns. Their responsibilities include organizing local Democrats, working to elect Democrats to public office, and increasing Democratic registration in their respective neighborhoods.

The North Shore region of Massachusetts has no fixed definition. It may be considered as the region north of Boston, extending to the New Hampshire border, encompassing the communities that border the Atlantic Ocean and including several inland communities This portion of the Massachusetts Cities and Towns map shows the North Shore region.

Most of these cities and towns have Democratic City or Town Committees that hold regular meetings, often with guest speakers, and engage in various activities that promote Democratic values. Committee meetings are open to the public. You do not need to be a member to attend meetings, and you are welcome to volunteer to participate in activities that fit your interests.

This Website is a gateway to the North Shore Democratic City and Town Committees. The DTCs section has links to the Democratic Committee Websites and Facebook pages, and we encourage you to contact a local or nearby Committee to learn what is going on in your community. We also include information on current officeholders and we provide links to many national organizations.

News

Sunday May 19, 2024

Ken Burns Keynote Address to Brandeis University's 2024 Graduates

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, June 11, 5:30 PM

Gloucester Democratic City Committee


Come celebrate Pride at our movie night fund raiser!

Join us, at Whale’s Jaw Cafe in Rockport at 5:30 for a light evening meal and then strut on over to the Cape Ann Community Cinema for the 1995 camp classic Too Wong Foo: Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar.

Tickets are $35 each and include your meal at Whale’s Jaw and a ticket to the film. Please purchase through Act Blue.

Vote For Democracy: 9 States That May Decide The Senate

While the presidential election gets the most attention, also of major significance is the election of U.S. Senators. This November 5, thirty-four Senate seats will be on the line. The numbers favor the Republicans: seats currently held by Democrats number 20, seats held by Independents number 3, and seats held by Republicans number 11.

Let’s look at the math. The U.S. Senate currently has 51 Democrats (including the 3 Independents) and 49 Republicans. With Joe Manchin (D) retiring, the Republicans almost certainly will pick up a seat in West Virginia. If Democrats retain all the remaining states that they (and their allied Independents) hold, it will be a 50-50 Senate, with Democrats getting a tie-breaking vote from the Vice President with a Biden-Harris victory. If Democrats lose just one more state, which could happen in a “swing” state or a “toss-up” state, they will lose control of the Senate—unless they gain a victory in a “leaning Republican” state (Texas or maybe Florida).

While every Senate race is important, the control of the Senate may very well be determined by the results in 9 states that could go either way. Democrats looking to contribute, or volunteer, should especially consider these Senate races:

Arizona

Primary: July 30
Incumbent Independent Senator Kyrsten Sinema is retiring. Election denier Kari Lake is running in the Republican primary. Democratic U.S. Representative Ruben Gallego and Alexander Keller are running in the Democratic primary.

Ruben Gallego

Florida

Primary: August 20

Republican Senator Rick Scott is running for re-election. Democratic primary candidates are Matt Boswell, Stanley Campbell, former U.S. Congressman Alan Grayson, Rod Joseph, Bernard Korn, Josue Larose, former U.S. Congresswoman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, Chase Anderson Romagnano, Brian Rush, and Matthew Sanscrainte.

Stanley Campbell

Rod Joseph

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell

Brian Rush

Michigan

Primary: August 6
Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow is retiring. Democratic primary candidates are Representative Elissa Slotkin, Hill Harper, and Nasser Beydoun.

Elissa Slotkin

Nasser Beydoun

Hill Harper

Montana

Primary: June 4
Democratic Senator Jon Tester is running for re-election and is unopposed in the Democratic primary.

Senator Jon Tester

Nevada

Primary: June 11
Incumbent Democratic Senator Jacky Rosen is running for re-election and will face Mike Schaefer and Troy Walker in the Democratic primary.

Senator Jacky Rosen

Ohio

Primary: March 19
Incumbent Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown is running for re-election and is unopposed in the Democratic primary.

Senator Sherrod Brown

Pennsylvania

Primary: April 23
Incumbent Democratic Senator Bob Casey, Jr. is running for re-election and will face Blaine Forkner in the Democratic primary.

Senator Bob Casey, Jr.

Texas

Democratic Congressman Colin Allred will oppose incumbent Republican Senator Ted Cruz in the November 5 general election.

Congressman Colin Allred

Wisconsin

Primary: August 13
Incumbent Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin is running for re-election and is unopposed in the Democratic primary.

Senator Tammy Baldwin

For a listing of all Senate Elections on November 5, Go to
U.S. Senate Elections 2024

U.S. House of Representatives: 22 States That May Tip The Balance

Elections for all 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives will determine which party controls the House. Twenty-two of these seats—considered "toss-ups"— may be the deciding factor.

To see where we can make a difference, Go to
U.S. House Elections 2024

Democracy Is On The Ballet


Something dangerous is happening in America.

President Joe Biden
January 5, 2024

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Election Deniers Are Running For Reelection