"Massachusetts Democrats believe in the common good."

We know that the strength of our democracy is dependent on the engagement of thoughtful citizens. That is why our party is organized around the basic notion that individuals working together can make a positive impact on their community. Massachusetts Democrats believe that government plays a vital role in the lives of individuals and communities.”  

- From the Platform of the Massachusetts Democratic Party

Welcome to the official website of the Brookline Democratic Town Committee, the Brookline branch of the Democratic Party.

The Town Committee works to build a grassroots movement in Brookline in order to elect Democratic candidates to state and national offices through voter registration and education, voter contact via phone banks, door to door canvassing, social media and other events and activities.

We hope this website will help you connect with other Democrats in Brookline to work on behalf of the issues and candidates that matter most to you.

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Barney Frank and Jimmy Tingle Event for Hillary on Sunday, October 23
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
Click here or contact Olivia Baackes :





Next event

Canvass and Phone in NH to Elect Hillary Clinton 

Car pools meet one hour before the beginning of each shift!

· Contact Jennifer Heyman at

· Go to Nashua, NH  canvass  - 101 Wellington Street, Nashua (this is a new meeting location!)

o   Click here to see specific shifts in Nashua. Saturday shifts 9 a.m. and Noon. Sunday shift at noon. 

o   More canvass shifts – but no car pools for these – Saturday and Sunday at3:00 and 6:00, leaving from 101 Wellington Street.  Also, weekday shifts now added at Noon and 3:00, leaving from 291 Main Street.  Contact Jennifer for more information.

Are you a lawyer?

· Voter protection volunteers needed in New Hampshire on Election Day. To learn more or sign up to help email Bryan Barash

“No on 2” Needs Your Help

The Democratic State Committee voted to oppose Question 2, which would eliminate the cap on charter schools.  If you want to defeat Question 2, and help Brookline voters understand why this question is bad for our public schools, please contact Julie Johnson at or Max Parish at for information about calling, canvassing, and leafletting.