The Boston Ward 19 Democratic Committee is now planning its activities for the upcoming City Council Election. We will make time available at our May, June, and July meetings for candidates who have obtained nomination papers and who which to introduce themselves. Our Issues Committee is planning a full forum for candidates.
The full 2019 Boston election calendar is found at this link. The key dates are the Preliminary Municipal Election on Tuesday, September 24, and the Municipal Election on Tuesday, November 5.
Sara and josh Muncey
Anna Shapell Fletcher
Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell
Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley
Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu
(host committee in formation)
for an afternoon reception with
Senator Doug Jones
Sunday, February 24, 2019
Home of Sarah & Josh Muncey
64 Sigourney Street, Corner of Peter Parley Road, Jamaica Plain
Co-Host: $1000 | Ally: $500
Sponsor $250 | Friend: $100
RSVP: Please contact Hanna Humphreys at (843) 323-9341, or email@example.com,
or via this link: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/02.24.19sm
The Boston Ward 19 Democratic Committee has published its calendar for the year. Please note that our Roslindale venue has changed. This schedule is always available on this web site at this page.
Monthly committee meetings alternate between
Farnsworth House, 90 South Street, Jamaica Plain, and
Roslindale House, 120 Poplar Street, Roslindale
Meeting Schedule for of 2019
January 7, Jamaica Plain (Farnsworth House)
February 4, Roslindale (Roslindale House)
March 4, Jamaica Plain (Farnsworth House)
April 1, Roslindale (Roslindale House)
May 6, Jamaica Plain (Farnsworth House) (DSC Caucus to be Scheduled)
June 3, Roslindale (Roslindale House)
July 1, Jamaica Plain (Farnsworth House)
August: No meeting
September 9, Roslindale (Roslindale House) (September 2 is Labor Day)
October 7, Jamaica Plain (Farnsworth House)
November 6, Wednesday – Roslindale (Roslindale House) (this is the day after the election)
December: No meeting, holiday party (Details TBD)
Our next Ward Committee Meeting with be Wednesday Nov. 7th at Farnsworth House in Jamaica Plain (90 South St.) and is open to the community.
From: Nigel Simon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: August 29, 2018 at 11:48:56 AM EDT
Subject: RE: Jamaica Plain – 2018 Unity Weekend September 8th & 9th
After the voting this September 4th in Democratic primary races, across the Commonwealth, we will be supporting the coordinated campaign by canvassing for the unified Democratic ticket and encouraging Jamaica Plain voters to join us and vote the ticket on November 6th!
As chairs of the Neighborhood of Jamaica Plain Dems, you are cordially invited to join in and are welcomed to help kick off the JP Unity Canvass!
Can you please share the following information with:
- All your committee members
- Affiliated local individual activists and activists groups
- Getting the word out networks including listserv email groups
- Community bulletin boards (flyers)
- Social media platforms that highlight community events
- Ask if they can do the share with similar groups also?
Canvass Date: 9/9/2018
Canvass Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Canvass Launch Location: JP Pond – 507 Jamaicaway
Regional Field Contact
After the candidates’ forum on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 the committee met and voted the following additional endorsements. The primary election is on Tuesday, September 4.
Representative, Eleventh Suffolk District: Liz Malia
Statewide candidates (unopposed in primary):
- State Auditor: Suzanne Bump
- State Treasurer: Deb Goldberg
- Attorney General: Maura Healy
- U.S. Senator: Elizabeth Warren
After the candidates’ forum on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 the committee met and voted the following endorsements. The primary election is on Tuesday, September 4.
For Register of Deeds: Katie Forde
For District Attorney: Rachael Rollins
The next forum will be in two weeks: