Jun 24 2016 6:00 pm
PCDO Barbeque Dance Party Unity Celebration
In support of the n support of the 2016 Princeton Area Democratic Headquarters
Friday, June 24 • 187 Library Place
$25 suggested minimum donation
checks made payable to PCDO can be brought to the event or sent to: PCDO, Box 481, Princeton, NJ 08542
for more info or to RSVP contact Joanna Dougherty
larger donations are appreciated. All funds are for a regional headquarters space for organizing a strong Democratic presidential campaign both locally and assisting allies in Pennsylvania. We hope to raise $5000 at this event. Democrats from all municipalities are welcome to join us.
Congratulations to all the candidates who ran in today's primary. Voting machine counts from each Princeton district in addition to vote by mail results from the Mercer County Clerk's office showed the following results for the Princeton Council race:
Jenny Crumiller 2,722
Jenny and Tim will represent the party in the November election. Congratulations to them and our sincere thanks to Leticia and Anne for running solid, issues-oriented campaigns.
Mayor Liz Lempert, running unopposed, gathered more than 4,000 votes, while Andrew Koontz led the freeholder candidates with 3,210 ballots cast in his favor. Andrew's running mate for freeholder, Anthony Verrelli, gained 2,797 votes to come in second.
At the top of the ticket, Princeton voters cast 3,635 votes in favor of Hillary Clinton and 1,590 for Bernie Sanders.
Jun 12 2016 7:30 pm
Join Us for the June Meeting of the Princeton Community Democratic Organization
Election 2016: Continuing the Conversation and Preparing for the Fall Campaign
Seth Levin, Campaign Manager for Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, will discuss changes in campaigning, the use of technology and data, and provide canvassing tips for use in talking to voters
Sunday, June 12th
Suzanne Patterson Center
(behind Monument Hall)
45 Stockton Street
Doors Open at 7:00 PM
Program Starts at 7:30 PM
Dear Fellow Democrats,
Since being elected mayor in 2012, I have worked together with the Princeton Council, municipal staff, and community members to make consolidation a success, and to focus our newly unified government around the progressive values of openness, sustainability, and inclusion. I am writing to ask you for your support this Tuesday and in November.
Dear PCDO Members and Friends,
I am seeking re-election to Princeton Council for many of the same reasons I was motivated to run the first time: Princeton is a beautiful town with a strong sense of community. My goal is to maintain Princeton as a diverse community—welcoming to young families as it was welcoming to me—and a town that is hospitable to those who want to age in place. I want to preserve its character, and I want it to be well run.
Dear Fellow Democrats,
I've so enjoyed this campaign for the Democratic nomination for Princeton Council, which has strengthened my commitment to serving everyone in Princeton. When I was a boy growing up in a working class household, I would hear my family talk with great admiration and affection about leaders like Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy. I've never forgotten why my family felt this fondness: we believed these leaders somehow understood us, though we had never met. We just knew they understood our struggles and our dreams for our families, our communities and our nation.
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