Note: Caucus information will be updated as it is available
Sunday, January 14th, 3-5pm
Cumberland Town Hall – 290 Tuttle Road, Cumberland Center, ME 0402
Conversation with candidates for Cumberland County District Attorney and US Senate.
Election of female delegate to DSC to fill remainder of term.
Discussion of caucus, convention, and activities for 2018 campaign.
In 2018, Mainers will be electing a new governor. We are fortunate to have a number of talented Democrats stepping forward to run.
The Lake Region Dems, supported by the Cumberland County Dems, are sponsoring a series of meetings — conversations — with our Democratic candidates for Governor.
These events will give you the chance to meet with each candidate individually, giving you a true sense of who they are and who will best represent your concerns and priorities in the Blaine House. We invite you to attend each session:
Oct. 1, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM: Adam Cote
Oct. 22, 5 – 7:00 PM: Diane Russell
Oct. 29, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM: Attorney General Janet Mills
Nov. 1, 6 – 7:30 PM: Mark Dion
Nov. 5, 5 – 7:00 PM: Jim Boyle
Nov. 19, 5 – 7:00 PM: Mark Eves
Dec. 3, 4 – 5:00 PM: Betsy Sweet
Dec. 3, 6 – 7:00 PM: Patrick “Ike” Eisenhart
Each conversation will be held at The Little Meeting House, 719 Roosevelt Trail, North Windham. Refreshments will be served at all meetings.
Get ready to have a conversation with our Democratic candidates! With your help, one of them will be our next governor.
For more information, please contact Maurie Hill with the Lake Region Dems at 207-642-6065 or Rachel Hendrickson with the Cumberland County Dems at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come meet and eat with your fellow Cumberland County Democrats at the Kiwanis Beach in Standish Sunday July 23rd at 2:00pm. We’ll supply the hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, chips, soft drinks, and water. Bring desserts!
There is 1000 feet of lakefront beach. So bring your swimsuit to the picnic. There is changing rooms and bathroom facilities. Also there is parking. The Kiwanis Beach is located off of Route 25 in Standish after you pass the junction of Route 113. Beach fees: 13 years and older is $4.00; 12 years old and under is $1.00; parking is free.
Aside from the beach entrance fee, the picnic is free. You may let us know you will be joining us through the event page at ActBlue. You may also use that link to support the event at one of our donor levels: Sponsor, $100; Host, $50; Friend $25.
Sen. Catherine Breen
Ralph Carmona, Ph.D.
Nathaniel Seth Levy, Esq.
The Cumberland County Democratic Committee will hold a fund raising bowl a thon May 24th at 7pm at 33 Elmwood in Westbrook.
33 Elmwood is a new bowling alley off of route 302 at Prides Corner. The facility offers ten pin and candle pin bowling as well as a bar and restaurant.
Participants (bowlers) are asked to collect pledges against the number of pins they knock down during one game. For example if one scores a 100 and gets a pledge of ten cents pin, then the person who has pledged will donate $10 to the Cumberland County Democratic Committee.
If you cannot collect pledges you are welcome to bowl and pledge on your score.
For more information and pledge sheets contact Harlan Baker at email@example.com or call 207-712-0228.
Join us in South Portland:
Quarterly Meeting – Sunday, April 9, 3:30pm – 5:30pm
South Portland Community Center – Senior Wing, 21 Nelson Rd., South Portland
Special guest speaker: Attorney General Janet Mills talking about issues facing Maine with this new administration in D.C and the old administration in Augusta.
New from the Resistance – Deep Canvassing – what is it and how can you use it to recruit people who support your issues.
Special question for discussion and your input – How can the CCDC help municipal committees in Cumberland County develop their capacity to be effective advocates during these troubling times?
There will be a brief business meeting at the beginning of the event.
-A special thank you to the South Portland Dems for acting as hosts for this meeting.
Cynthia Dill’s divisive rhetoric is not representative of the Democratic Party we know. Despite the example Ms. Dill sets, we are not a party of elitists who shun working class and rural voters. Quite the contrary, we strive to be the party of the people.
The Cumberland County Democratic Committee welcomes all who identify as Democrats. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer Carhartt or Armani; whether you wear flannel or silk; whether you were born and raised in Maine or are from away; whether you drive a Prius or a pickup; it doesn’t matter whether your bumper sticker says “Hillary” or “Bernie”.
We meet next on April 9th. (Check back for details). Like all Democrats, Ms. Dill is welcome to attend, but the elitism must be checked at the door.
Cumberland County Democratic Committee Executive Committee
Quarterly meeting of the Cumberland County Democratic Committee, Update on legislative activities and organizing for municipal elections. Review of activities at the Maine Democratic Party. Open to all Democrats.
Westbrook Community Center
426 Bridge St, Westbrook, Maine 04092
3pm – 5pm
October 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sunday, September 25th through Saturday, October 1st.
Fairgrounds, Cumberland, Maine
This year, our booth is indoors in the Exhibition Building.