Sunday, January 21: Women’s March 2018 Goes Local

One year ago, millions of women and allies—including many members of our own committee—took to the streets in Wahington, D.C., Boston, and across the world in their commitment to fighting for social and political change. This Sunday, January 21, let’s join our neighbors and once again stand united in our dedication to equality, justice, and leadership rooted deeply in love and respect for all people.  Continue reading

North Andover Dems host Andy Vargas, state rep candidate

On Monday, October 2, North Andover Democrats held a reception for Haverhill City Councilor Andy Vargas, who is candidate for State Representative, 3rd Essex District.

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Haverhill City Councilor Andy Vargas with NADTC member Chris Allen

Hosted by Walter Kirby, the reception gave North Andover Democrats the opportunity to hear Andy outline his position on the issues facing his home city of Haverhill, including economic development, educational equity, and immigration reform. With less than a week to go before the special election to replace retiring representative Brian Driscoll on Tuesday, October 10, Democrats from North Andover are planning to support Andy’s campaign with door-to-door canvassing on Columbus Day weekend. Learn more about Andy Vargas’ campaign for State Representative at andyforhaverhill.com

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The NADTC recognizes the contributions of Haverhill and other neighboring Merrimack Valley cities to the areas economic and cultural vitality. Contact the NADTC if you would like to learn more about supporting local candidates through contributions or volunteering.

Many voices, shared values: 2017 MA Democratic platform approved

On June 3rd, the Massachusetts Democratic Party gathered in Worcester to approve a new party platform. From the introduction:

“As a united Democratic Party, we will fight for our democracy, for the common good, and for the working families of the Commonwealth. We will grow and strengthen our Party through grassroots organizing and elect Democratic candidates up and down the ticket with strong progressive values.  Continue reading