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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.

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Next event

A Brookline Democratic Town Committee Forum

The Power of the Presidency:

Why It Matters Who Gets Elected in 2016

(and, why you need to start thinking about this now)

Thursday, May 7

Devotion School Library

 345 Harvard Street

7:30 – 9:00 p.m.

The President and Congress represent two different parties now.  Does this mean that progress has to halt on advancing Democratic values?

Our guest speakers will talk about how President Obama has used the power of the presidency and executive orders to move us ahead in critical areas.

Barbara Gutman works for the Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA),  and serves as the JALSA Liaison to Raise Up Massachusetts (RUM) . Barbara has been on the RUM steering committee since its inception, and was instrumental in guiding  successful campaigns to increase the state minimum wage to the highest in the country and guarantee the most progressive statewide earned sick time benefits to all MA workers.

John McDonough is Professor of Public Health Practice in the Department of Health Policy & Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Director of the HSPH Center for Executive and Continuing Professional Education. John is the former executive director of Health Care for All, and a former Massachusetts legislator (and, a member of the Brookline Democratic Town Committee).

Eva Millona is the Executive Director of MIRA -- the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition. Eva co-chairs the National Partnership for New Americans, the lead national organization focusing on immigrant integration.

For further information, contact us at bdtc@brooklinedems.org.