Democracy is not a spectator sport. Thoughtful discussions about the issues in and values of our country are essential to make this country work. Differing viewpoints are necessary to find solutions that benefit all. The strength of our country depends upon strong, participatory, local communities and an open, reciprocal communication with those we elect to represent us at the administrative and legislative levels.
“All politics is local,” said former Speaker of the U.S. House Tip O'Neill. And all voices matter. We hope you will add your voice to ours to show our commitment to support the families, schools, businesses and town services and administration in Salem.
Salem Dems meet every Thursday for Coffee & Conversation at Farmhouse Roasters, 163 Main Street at 10:00 am.
Beginning Tuesday, August 20 we will meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm. Most months we gather at Margaritas, 1 Keewaydin Drive, Salem. It's best to check the calendar to confirm the location of the monthly meetings.
All registered Democrats in Salem are members of the Salem Democratic Town Committee (SDTC) and are welcome to all of our events and activities. We encourage like-minded, unaffiliated voters to join us as well. All committee officers and candidates must be registered Democrats.
If you would like to know more about the work of the committee and become more actively involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair Janet Breslin
Vice-Chair Sean Lewis
2nd Vice-Chair Greg Davis
Treasurer Vince Griseto
Secretary Bonnie Wright
The Salem Democratic Town Committee is an all volunteer civic group. We have no paid staff and receive no funding from county, state or national parties. The committee relies on individual donors and fundraising events to support our various community activities and awards.
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