Events

Thursday March 27, 2014
Start: Mar 27 2014 8:00 am

Bon Apetit at the Shopping Center

Sunday March 30, 2014
Start: Mar 30 2014 7:15 pm

*** Please note: THE VENUE AND TIME HAVE CHANGED ***

 

New Location:  Princeton Unitarian-Universalist Church

                          50 Cherry Hill Rd (corner of Rt. 206)

                          Princeton, NJ 08540

 

New Time:        7:15 PM  (Doors Open for Registration Check-In)

                          7:45 PM  (Program Starts)

                          8:30 PM  (Voting)

You must have joined or renewed your PCDO Membership no later than March 16, 2014 in order to participate in the endorsement vote.

 

Parking:            Car-Pooling is encouraged.

                          

                          Parking is available at: 1)  the U-U Church, 2) the Princeton         

                          Municipal Complex on Witherspoon St., and 3)  on Witherspoon St. and Valley Rd.

                          along the Valley Rd. School Building.

 

Moderator:       The New Jersey League of Women Voters

 

Format:            1)  Candidates will speak for 3 minutes each.

                         2)   30 minutes of Q and A with written questions from attendees.

                         3)   Vote by secret ballot.  One ballot only.  No run-off.

                         4)  60% of the votes cast is required to receive the PCDO Endorsement.

 

We look forward to seeing you on March 30th!

 

Jon Durbin

President, PCDO

Monday March 31, 2014
Start: Mar 31 2014 4:00 pm

 

Nominating petitions for Princeton Council and the Democratic Municpal Committee must be submitted by 4:00 pm to the Princeton Municipal Clerk at 400 Witherspoon St.

Sunday April 13, 2014
Start: Apr 13 2014 7:30 pm

“A Progressive Agenda to Boost Working Families in New Jersey”

Mayor Steven Fulop has brought progressive change to Jersey City helping working families through policies that include earned sick leave, innovative job training and tax policies encouraging development in overlooked city neighborhoods.  At the same time he has called for State support for SNAP recipients and more attention to public transportation.

Come hear from one of the strongest progressive voices in New Jersey. 

 

Suzanne Patterson Center, 50 Stockton St, Princeton, NJ (behind the former Princeton Borough Hall)