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    Working to End Hunger

    Calvert Democrats have teamed up to collect food donations for End Hunger Calvert County. Be sure to bring your donations to the next meetings.

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DNC Celebrates Big Wins on Tuesday

Posted on 08 November 2017CCDCC

Democrats won not just in New Jersey and Virginia but up and down the ticket across the country. Voters handily rejected the Trump-Pence agenda by electing Democrats in states and even districts that Donald Trump won last year. Democrats are moving forward, we (and voters) have put 2016 behind us. See the proof:


Ralph Northam is the governor-elect, Justin Fairfax is lieutenant governor-elect, and Mark Herring was re-elected attorney general.

Democrats flipped at least 14 House of Delegate seats including:

  • Jennifer Carroll Foy (HD-02)
  • Wendy Goodits (HD-10)
  • Chris Hurst (HD-12)
  • Danica Roem (HD-13)
  • Kelly Fowler (HD-21)
  • Elizabeth Guzman (HD-31)
  • David Reid (HD-32)
  • Kathy Tran (HD-42)
  • Lee Carter (HD-50)
  • Hala Ayala (HD-51)
  • Karrie Delaney (HD-67)
  • Dawn Adams (HD-68)
  • Schuyler VanValkenberg (HD-72)
  • Deborah Rodman (HD-73)

New Jersey

Democrats flipped the governor’s seat from red to blue by electing Phil Murphy and Sheila Oliver.

Vin Gopal flipped New Jersey’s 11th Senate District from red to blue.

North Carolina

Democrats flipped 2 mayoral seats by electing Vi Lyles in Charlotte and Mitch Colvin in Fayetteville.

New Hampshire

Democrats flipped the Manchester mayoral seat by electing Joyce Craig.

Democrats flipped one seat in the New Hampshire House of Representatives by electing Erika Connors to the Hillsborough County District 15 and held the Sullivan County District 1 by electing Brian Sullivan.


Democrats re-elected Mayor Rick Kriseman to be the mayor of St. Petersburg.


Democrats re-elected Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.

New York

Democrats re-elected New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.


Democrats flipped two House districts by electing Deborah Gonzalez (HD-117) and Jonathan Wallace (HD-119).


Democrats held Michigan’s 109th House District by electing Sara Cambensy.

As Reported by the DNC


Fun at Paint Party 2017

Posted 07 November 2017

CCDCC Paint Party


What great fun and great turn out at the 2017 Paint Party in Prince Frederick last weekend! Some painters were experienced and some were just trying it out, but all had a blast. 


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Painting with the Powell's provided the painters all the necessary supplies and some instruction, and then everyone had the opportunity to create a painting all their own.


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Sorry you missed out? Let us know and we'll host it again!


Calvert Democrats at Halloween in the Garden

Posted 30 October 2017

Calvert Democrats and Candidate for Commissioner, Holly Budd, were at Anne Marie Gardens on October 28th as they hosted their 18th Annual Halloween in the Garden. Volunteers were there to hand out candy to the kids and talk about the local Democratic Party to the parents. A big thank you goes out to everyone who donated bags of candy for the event. There was plenty, and the varieties were very popular with the costume-clad youth.


Also very popular was the literature at the booth. Lots of parents were interested in the events and actions of local democrats. Flyers and info sheets flew off the table and plenty of people expressed an interest in getting engaged. Be sure you know when our next meetings are and invite your neighbors. From the conversations we had at Halloween in the Garden, they want to know!

Posted 28 October 2017


The Democratic meet and green picnic hosted by the Central Committee last weekend was very successful. Many local Dems came out and enjoyed some good discussion and great food and drinks. Senator Mike Miller spoke about the challenges ahead in the 2018 Governor's race, and several candidates for Commissioner talked about local issues that are particularly important to them. The event ended with raffling off an Irish basket of cheer, several decorative plaques and a basket of locally grown sweet potatoes (complete with a secret family recipe). 


Check out more pics in the Picnic Photo Gallery

Friendly Rivalry has Big Impact

Posted 22 September 2017

The Democratic Club and Democratic Women's Club have engaged in a friendly competition to see which can generate the most donations for End Hunger in Calvert County. The current totals are CCDWC: 570 pounds, and CCDC: 498 pounds. That’s a combined total of over a thousand pounds of food donated to End Hunger in Calvert County.

For the upcoming meetings we will be focusing on donations for the Halloween in the Garden event on October 28th from 11am to 4pm. Please consider bringing a donation of candy to the Democratic Club meeting on Tuesday September 26th or to the Women's Club meeting on Tuesday, October 3rd for Halloween trick-or-treating at the community event at Annmarie Garden. Also, if you could spare a couple hours to volunteer at the event, please contact us today.

Calvert Democrats New Bumper Sticker: Get Yours Today!

Posted 05 September 2017

You may have already seen some cars in Calvert County featuring a bumper sticker with the slogan “HEAL AMERICA.” This new slogan is an attempt to demonstrate that Democrats are in Calvert and ready to work to work to ease the divide evident in our politics and our nation.

Heal America

HEAL AMERICA is a rallying cry for Democrats which defines a VISION for all Americans. It will take all of us working together to move forward with compassionate and responsible action.

The lack of civility caused by political extremes has brought our national problem-solving to a screeching halt. Through compromise, we again can raise the good of the country over political idealism.

Once we have restored honest and civil political discourse, the country can get on with the tasks necessary to keep it great. They include:

  • Fixing healthcare
  • Repairing infrastructure
  • Providing jobs and training
  • Reforming campaign finance
  • Making education effective
  • Sustaining Social Security
  • Strengthening foreign relations
  • Reducing drug use
  • Caring for the environment
  • Guaranteeing equal rights

HEAL AMERICA - Put Americans to work with jobs and training programs.
HEAL AMERICA - Focus on disease prevention and effective addiction programs to reduce the burden of treatment and rehabilitation.
HEAL AMERICA - Cooperate and compromise to solve critical problems.

To get your free bumper sticker, stop by the Women’s Club Basket Auction THIS Tuesday, September 12th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Adam’s Taphouse in Prince Frederick. Or stop by the Democratic Headquarters during office hours (Mon., Wed., and Fri. from 12:30 to 3pm) and pick yours up! Contact us with questions or for more information.


Events and Contacts

Calvert County Democratic Central Committee

Regular Meetings held on the third Thursday of each month.
Next meeting on Thursday, November 16th at 6:30 pm
at Mount Hope Community Center in Owings, Room 2
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Or Contact Us Here


Calvert County Democratic Club

Regular Meetings held on the last Tuesday of each month
Next meeting on Tuesday, November 28th at 7pm at Adam's Taphouse in Prince Frederick
The Club is collecting donations for End Hunger. Please bring items from this list.
Contact Democratic Club for more info: calvertdemclub@gmail.com

Please like and follow our Pages: (Facebook/Twitter): @CalvertDemClub


Calvert County Democratic Women's Club

Regular Meetings held on the first Tuesday of each month.
Next meeting on Tuesday, December 5th at 6:30 pm at Adam's Taphouse in Prince Frederick.

Speaker will be a leader from a local gun sense group.
The CCDWC is collecting donations for End Hunger. Please bring items from this list.
Contact Club President, Reneé LaFayette (CCDWomensClub@gmail.com), for more info.
Follow the Women's Club on Facebook and Twitter!



Consider Giving Some of Your Time to Turning Out the Vote

Posted on 25 August 2017CCDCC

With the 2018 elections fast approaching the Central Committee is in need of volunteers to turn out the vote in Calvert County! While the CCDCC always operates with a volunteer force managing the Headquarters, running food drives, and performing various community outreach programs, election years present a great many more tasks. We need volunteers to staff information booths at community events and at polls on election days. With over 35 thousand registered Democratic or unaffiliated voters to get in touch with in the next year, the Calvert Democrats need people to begin phone-banking and door-knocking right away. If we are going to turn out a democratic election in Calvert County in 2018, we need to start canvassing now. If you can spare a few hours a week to this, please get in touch with us right away.

Gubernatorial Races Gearing Up, Need You

Posted on 30 June 2017

There are a number of Democratic Gubernatorial races building momentum in Maryland. Several of them are actively seeking staffers for their 2018 campaigns. While compensation would be meager, there is a lot to gain from the experience! See what a campaign looks like from the inside while working to turn the Maryland Executive Branch Blue!

If you know who you're going to support with your vote, contact us to see how you can support them as they run.

Precinct Captains and Volunteers Needed!

CCDCCPosted on 16 June 2017

The Calvert County Central Committee has already begun preparing for the extremely important election in 2018. The BEST way to reach voters is volunteering within your precinct. Right now, the CCDCC needs your help.

If you could spend a few hours a week getting out the vote for 2018, Please contact Cindy Yoe at CindyYoe@gmail.com


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