Join the Kent Democratic Committee for a Daylight Savings Brunch on Sunday March 10th from 11am-1pm at the home of Michele Berdy & Drew Howland.
Come meet neighbors, friends and future Kent candidates.
The suggested contribution is $35 a person or $60 a couple, but gifts of any amount to the Kent Democratic Committee are appreciated.
Join us as we support the campaign of Scott Reing, Democratic candidate for Putnam County Legislature - District 7. Bring your friends and family to learn how Scott plans to provide an important check on the rubber-stamp culture in the Republican-controlled Putnam County Legislature!
If you aren’t able to attend, but still want to support the campaign you can donate here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/scottforputnam
Please join the Putnam County Democratic Committee in partnership with the Carmel Democratic Committee as we host an exclusive event recognizing Putnam County's 2018 Democratic candidates, featuring special guest Governor Andrew Cuomo and special honoree Putnam County Sheriff Robert Langley Jr. Honorees include Maureen Fleming for Putnam County Executive, County Legislature candidates Nancy Montgomery (District 1) & Scott Reing (District 7).
Event hosts: Heather & Neal Zuckerman, Jim & Ilena Mills, Marc Pekowsky & Ivy Blum
Tickets available here: http://carmelnydems.nationbuilder.com/?recruiter_id=516
Join the Kent Democratic Committee for an evening of Supper & Salsa! Family games for children and good conversation with with neighbors for adults. Todos son Bienvenidos!
- 5-7pm Supper
- 7:30-9:30pm Salsa with DJ Harry T. of Salsa Warriors, dance instruction provided
$10 per person, $15 per family
Join us on June 28th for the Putnam Valley Kickoff & Petition Signing Barbeque for Maureen Fleming, Candidate for Putnam County Executive, and Nancy Montgomery, Candidate for Putnam County Legislative District 1!
Stop by for summer grilling and good company. Stay for as little or as long as you like. Bring the kids! Even if you only have 5 minutes to pop in on your commute home, we'll be happy to see you!
If you're a registered Democrat, you'll be able to sign petitions to get these smart, capable women on the ballot!
Please join us to meet Karen Strain Smythe, Candidate for New York State Senate, 41st District.
Karen understands firsthand that Hudson Valley families deserve someone in Albany who will fight for economic development support, increased school aid, tax relief, real support for women and greater protections for our natural resources. Winning this seat is crucial for the Hudson Valley and the work that needs to be accomplished in the State Senate.
Karen ran her family's union construction business and currently works as an executive at a local nonprofit. She has served on numerous Hudson Valley boards, including Vassar College, where she is currently a trustee. Karen was born and raised in Poughkeepsie and raised her family here. She is running to represent the 41st State Senate District, which encompasses most of Dutchess County and half of Putnam County.
HOSTS: Melissa & Tom Ptacek
CO-HOST: Nancy Montgomery, candidate for Putnam County Legislature District 1.
Please RSVP to Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-424-6112
All are welcome, but suggested contribution levels are as follows:
Time For A Change: $100
Hudson Valley's New Senator: $250
No cash contributions are permitted, check/credit card only. Please make checks payable to Friends of Karen S. Smythe, PO Box 2797, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 or make a contribution online at bit.ly/SmytheJune24. If you can't attend but want to help, please consider making a donation at the link above.
Kent! Please join us on Sunday June 24th between 11a-1p for brunch and good company. Stay as little or as long as you like! Bring the kids! If you're a registered Democrat, you'll be able to sign petitions to get Maureen on the ballot for County Executive. Regardless of party affiliation, you are welcome and we hope you'll consider helping Maureen Fleming grow her campaign fund with checks made payable to Fleming for Putnam.
RSVP to email@example.com
Suggested contribution: $35 per person or $60 per couple
The Jim Gordon Dinner, in general, serves to remember the contributions of Putnam Valley Democrat and County Legislator Jim Gordon, while honoring the Putnam County Democrats who are working hard to promote positive and progressive ideology here in Putnam County today through their political leadership and community service. This year's honorees are Kent Supervisor & Candidate for Putnam County Supervisor Maureen Fleming and Chairman of the Putnam County Democratic Committee Jim Borkowski.
For tickets and more information, visit www.PVDems.com.
Up2Us presents a conversation with New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli on Sunday, April 15th at New Castle Town Hall.
Topics that may be discussed include:
- How the federal tax bill impacts New Yorkers
- How Comptroller DiNapoli is fighting corruption and his stance against pay-to-play initiatives
- Doing well and doing good: shareholder activism and targeted investing to achieve a double bottom line
- Division of Diversity Management in the Comptroller's Office
- Oversight of State Agencies and Local Government
RSVP is required: http://up2uscomptroller.peatix.com
Join Putnam Valley Town Justice Gina Capone, Putnam County DA Robert Tendy and Putnam Valley High School Student Support Specialists for a panel discussion on the opioid epidemic in our community. This event is in partnership with Drug Crisis in Our Backyard, a Carmel-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families struggling with addiction.
Open to the Public - Free Admission
Sponsored by the Putnam Valley Business Network
Protecting Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in NYS
The Putnam County Democratic Committee is pleased to announce
that they will be sponsoring a talk by Shannon Wong from the
NYCLU on Thursday March 30th at the Mahopac Library from 6PM
This event is free and open to the public. Parking is limited, so please
car pool if possible.
Protecting Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in NYS
Shannon Wong, Chapter Director
Lower Hudson Valley, NYCLU
Please join us to learn about local and state advocacy efforts. Ms
Wong will provide an overview of NYCLU’s advocacy priorities,
explain the legislative process and discuss ways to get involved.
The topics we will discuss are:
• Ensuring quality public defense
• Protecting reproductive freedom
• Fighting hate, discrimination and harmful government action,
• Protecting New Yorkers, including immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ
people, minorities and students in public schools