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"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.

Follow us on twitter @BrooklineDemsMA

Raise Your Voice – Actions You Can Take Now!

Protecting the Affordable Care Act:

Calls are Making a Difference

Here’s a story from one person who called –

“For those worried about ACA coverage for themselves and their families. 
After hearing about the midnight repeal of the pre-existing conditions clause, I called Senator Warren's office. The woman I spoke to said they are being flooded with calls, as are the offices of House Speaker Ryan and Senate Majority Leader McConnell. Senator Warren's staff member told me what would help the most would be to call and thank the five Republican senators who have broken away from the GOP to demand a slow down of the repeal.” 

They are:
Senator Bob Corker - (202) 224-3344
Senator Lisa Murkowski - (202) 224-6665
Senator Rob Portman - (202) 224-3353
Senator Susan Collins - (202) 224-2523
Senator Bill Cassidy - (202) 224-5824

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Opposing the Nomination of Jeff Sessions for Attorney General

The ACLUhas created this document outlining the case against Jeff Sessions:

https://www.aclu.org/feature/confirmation-sessions

The Senate Judiciary Committee will be meeting on Thursday to hear from Sen. Sessions. Please call the following Committee members and ask them to oppose the confirmation of Sen. Sessions:

Republicans

Sen. Charles Grassley, (IA) Comm. Chair             1-202-224-3744

Sen. Orrin Hatch, (UT)                                           1-202-224-5251

Sen. Lindsay Graham, (SC)                                   1-202-224-3808

Democrats

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, (CA)                                  1-202-224-3841

Sen. Patrick Leahy (VT)                                         1-202-224-4242

Sen. Dick Durbin, (IL)                                            1-202-224-2152

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)                              1-202-224-2921

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, (CT)                              1-202-224-2823

Sen. Al Franken, (MN)                                           1-202-224-5641

 

                                 





 

 

 

 

 

Women’s March on Saturday, January 21

Join together with Brookline residents: Head to DC or Stand in Solidarity in Boston with the Women's March on Washington!

On January 21, hundreds of thousands of women (and their allies!) will unite in Washington to stand together in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families. Help us to make sure the new Congress and Administration hear our voices

Over 60,000 people have already registered to come to the Boston Common on Saturday.  Let’s keep going!

Register here: http://bostonwomensmarchforamerica.org/register/  so that you will be counted.

More information can be found here:

bostonwomensmarchforamerica.org  

www.facebook.com/BosWomensMarch   

@BosWomensMarch                                               

Sign up to meet up with other marchers in both Boston and DC to march as a community. 

Brookline Marchers who want to march together can meet in Boston at 10:15am. Meet at Shaw Memorial at the foot of the stairs leading from the Boston Common to the Statehouse. We will have signs-- and Barbara Cone (617-407-7105) will be coordinating on site. 

DC Marchers meet at Garfield Park at 7:30am in advance of the Washington DC March in order to head over the march at 8:30am.