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Recent Updates

Thanks to everyone who came to the meeting and watch party July 30!

We’ll be having another combined meeting and debate watch party on Thursday, September 12, at Common Ground Arlington, 319 Broadway.

We don’t yet have a start time for the meeting, since the time of the debate is not set yet. (Watch this space!) Again, we’ll stream the Democratic Presidential debate to the function room after the meeting. All interested Democrats are cordially invited.

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Our Next Meeting:

Thursday, September 12
Time TBD (meeting/debate watch)
Function Room
Common Ground Arlington
319 Broadway

As a local Democratic Party committee, we support the ideals and aims of the party, and participate in the ongoing discussion at the state and local level that determines these ideals and aims.

We do everything within our power to promote the Democratic party in our state, because we believe Democrats are good for Massachusetts.

Local elections are the core of the democratic process, and that’s where we live. Arlington Dems work to get Democrats elected at the local, state, and national level.

Our Democratic Elected Officials In Washington

Senator Elizabeth Warren

Senator Ed Markey

Representative Katherine Clark

Our Democratic Elected Officials On Beacon Hill

Senator Cindy Friedman

Representative Sean Garballey

Representative Dave Rogers