Events

Sunday January 29, 2017
Start: Jan 29 2017 6:00 pm

 

All PCDO members and friends are cordially invited to join us for our annual leadership election and potluck dinner on Sunday, January 29 at 6:00pm.

At the Suzanne Patterson Center - behind Monument Hall (the former Borough Hall).

 

Please bring a main dish, salad, or dessert to share. The PCDO will provide plates and utensils, bread, and beverages. We’ll enjoy each other’s company as we share food and drink and get ready for the year ahead. We'll also thank those who have served us so ably during the past year.

 

After dinner, conversation, and presentation of the PCDO 2017 annual budget by treasurer David Cohen, we will have the election of the 2017 Executive Board.

 

Everyone is welcome to attend, but only PCDO members who reside in Princeton and have paid this year's dues by January 15, 2017, will be eligible to vote.


 

2017 PCDO Executive Board Candidates

 

President

Owen O’Donnell

1st Vice President

Dwaine Williamson

2nd Vice President

Jean Durbin

Treasurer

David Cohen

Assistant Treasurer

Matt Hanson

Recording Secretary

Peter Lindenfeld

Corresponding Secretary

Joanna Dougherty

 

At-Large (12 Spots)

Kip Cherry

 

Mary Clurman

 

Liz Cohen

 

Amner Deleon

 

Daphna Ezrachi

 

Mark Freda

 

Paul Gilmore

 

Mary Anne Greenberg

 

Dosier Hammond

 

Jonathan Kaledin

 

Jenny Ludmer

 

Amy Mayer

 

Anne Neumann

 

Leighton Newlin

 

Eve Niedergang

 

Jeffrey Oakman

 

Ryan Protter

 

Maureen Quap

 

Sheldon Sturges

 

PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE WITH CANDIDATE STATEMENTS

Wednesday February 08, 2017
Start: Feb 8 2017 8:00 am
Letitia Fraga and David Cohen, Democratic candidates for Princeton Council, will begin a series of weekly "meet the candidates" coffees starting this Wednesday morning, Feb. 8th from 8:00-9:00 am at Bon Apetit, located at the Princeton Shopping Center.    These will be very informal opportunities for Princeton voters who don't know us well, or even for those who do know us, to exchange views about current issues facing the community. PCDO has sponsored similar coffees in the past, and attendance tends to range from just a couple of individuals, up to eight or nine, so it really is a chance for pretty in-depth conversation.    Any other candidates who decide to seek the Democratic Party nomination will be welcome to attend as well - this is not in any way intended as an exclusive venue dedicated to promoting David’s and Letitia's candidacy alone.
Sunday February 12, 2017
Start: Feb 12 2017 6:30 pm

 

Doors open at 6:30 pm

Meeting starts promptly at 7:00 pm

PCDO members who have joined or renewed at least 14 days prior to the meeting will be eligible to vote in the endorsement.

Candidates for NJ Governor:

  • former Treasury Undersecretary Jim Johnson
  • State Senator Raymond Lesniak
  • former Ambassador Phil Murphy
  • State Assemblyman John Wisniewski

At the Suzanne Patterson Center, behind Monument Hall

Wednesday February 15, 2017
Start: Feb 15 2017 8:00 am
Letitia Fraga and David Cohen, Democratic candidates for Princeton Council, will begin a series of weekly "meet the candidates" coffees starting this Wednesday morning, Feb. 8th from 8:00-9:00 am at Bon Apetit, located at the Princeton Shopping Center.    These will be very informal opportunities for Princeton voters who don't know us well, or even for those who do know us, to exchange views about current issues facing the community. PCDO has sponsored similar coffees in the past, and attendance tends to range from just a couple of individuals, up to eight or nine, so it really is a chance for pretty in-depth conversation.    Any other candidates who decide to seek the Democratic Party nomination will be welcome to attend as well - this is not in any way intended as an exclusive venue dedicated to promoting David’s and Letitia's candidacy alone.
Wednesday February 22, 2017
Start: Feb 22 2017 8:00 am
Letitia Fraga and David Cohen, Democratic candidates for Princeton Council, will begin a series of weekly "meet the candidates" coffees starting this Wednesday morning, Feb. 8th from 8:00-9:00 am at Bon Apetit, located at the Princeton Shopping Center.    These will be very informal opportunities for Princeton voters who don't know us well, or even for those who do know us, to exchange views about current issues facing the community. PCDO has sponsored similar coffees in the past, and attendance tends to range from just a couple of individuals, up to eight or nine, so it really is a chance for pretty in-depth conversation.    Any other candidates who decide to seek the Democratic Party nomination will be welcome to attend as well - this is not in any way intended as an exclusive venue dedicated to promoting David’s and Letitia's candidacy alone.