Monday November 14, 2016
Start: Nov 14 2016 6:00 pm

Join Andrew Zwicker for his Fall Open House on Monday, November 14, 2016.


He and his staff will also be on hand to provide information about government resources and assistance with any state or local issues. 


Fall Open House

Office of Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker

Monday, November 14, 2016

 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

23 Orchard Road,

Skillman, NJ 08558


For more information see

Sunday November 20, 2016
Start: Nov 20 2016 7:00 pm

Campaign strategist and Princeton native Tom Lindenfeld will speak on his experiences turning out the Latino vote in Nevada on November 8th as well as developing targeting programs, voter contact and GOTV programs, state and national redistricting efforts, fighting voter intimidation, ballot security, and vote suppression.


In addition, come prepared with suggestions for how we can prepare for an uncertain future in which issues and people are in real danger. 


·         What organizations (local and national) need volunteers to continue fighting for positive change? 

·         What actions can we take to preserve the progressive gains of the past eight years (and more)? 

·         What changes need to be made in our society and our party to ensure that America is open and inclusive and concerned with the rights of all?



Sunday, November 20th

Suzanne Patterson Center

(behind Monument Hall)

45 Stockton Street


Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Program Starts at 7:00 PM


Free parking is available. Light refreshments will be served.




Sunday December 11, 2016
Start: Dec 11 2016 6:00 pm


We invite you to join us at an open house meeting on Sunday, December 11, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Suzanne Patterson Center (behind Monument Hall), just before the PCDO meeting, to learn more about the different ways that you can get involved.

This is an informal opportunity for Democrats to learn about the local political process and municipal elections. Topics to be covered include how candidates get on the ballot, the local Democratic Party endorsement process, and the different Democratic organizations in Princeton.

Start: Dec 11 2016 7:30 pm


A Working Meeting to Focus on Our Commitment to Action


At our November meeting we had an overwhelming turnout of about 200 Democrats who are concerned about the implications of the 2016 national elections. Thanks to those who contributed thoughts and ideas on how to respond. Attached is a condensed version of the comments we received. Now it’s time to turn our concerns into action!


On Sunday, December 11, the PCDO will focus on how to meet the oncoming challenges both as a group and individually. Everyone will have an opportunity to highlight their concerns; the lists attached will be used as reference/guidelines. We will form small groups to discuss the top issues and steps to take. Then we will reconvene as a large group to review the findings and determine how to devote our time and resources to the political, social, and economic agendas. 



Sunday, December 11th

Suzanne Patterson Center

(behind Monument Hall)

45 Stockton Street


Doors Open at 7:00 PM

Program Starts at 7:30 PM


Free parking is available. Light refreshments will be served.





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