During a recent caucus, Weston Democrats elected delegates to attend the Democratic Convention in July.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Monday, February 4, 2013
The Weston Democrats will hold caucus later this month to elect their 2013 convention delegates.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, Weston Democrats will gather at First Parish Church in Weston at 2 p.m. for the task of electing delegates to the Massachusetts Democratic Party's 2013 Platform Convention. All registered Democrats in Weston are eligible and welcome to participate in the caucus. A hearing soliciting feedback on issues important to the state for the 2013 platform will follow the caucus. The Weston Democratic Caucus will elect The Weston Democratic Caucus will elect seven delegates and three alternates. The delegates will be divided equally between men and women. "At our 2013 convention, the delegates selected by Weston Democrats will debate and adopt our platform for the next four years, catch up and network with other organizers around …
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Seven delegates from Weston attended the June 2 convention.
The following information was contributed by John Hennessey of the Weston Democratic Town Committee: Weston Democratic Convention delegates John Carlton-Foss, Beverly Foster, Jacqueline Haas, John Hennessey, Alan Orth, Lisa Paborsky, and Habib Rahman attended the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s State Convention in Springfield on June 2. Melea Atkins represented youth voters as a delegate from Weston. Joe Mullin and Nazda Alam also attended as ex officio delegates in their roles as members of the Democratic State Committee. Weston delegates voted overwhelmingly for Warren. In a resounding show of strength Elizabeth Warren handily won the Senate nomination with 95.77 percent of the 3,554 delegates, elected by 557 caucuses that came to …
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Delegates chosen at weekend caucus.
Editor's note: Submitted by the Weston Democratic Town Committee. Weston Democrats elected six delegates and three alternates to represent Weston at the 2012 Massachusetts Democratic Convention in Springfield, Mass. on June 2. Elected this weekend at caucus at Weston Public Library to represent Weston at the convention were Beverly Foster, Jacqueline Haas, Sandra Rahman, John Carlton-Foss, John Hennessey and Alan Orth. Elected as alternate delegates were Lisa Paborsky, Habib Rahman, and Isabella Jancourtz. Also attending as ex-officio delegates will be Joe Mullin and Nazda Alam, attending in their roles as members of the Democratic State Committee. At the convention, delegates from across the state will vote to endorse a candidate for …
Monday, February 13, 2012
Longtime Weston resident will make second run at seat to be vacated by Susan Fargo.
Joseph Mullin, longtime Weston resident and former selectman, will run for the Third Middlesex District seat currently occupied by State Senator Susan Fargo, who announced Friday that she will not seek a ninth term. In a conversation with Patch, Mullin, who announced his intention to run for the seat at a weekend meeting of the Third Middlesex Area Democrats in Waltham, said a myriad of factors informed his decision to run again for a seat that he first sought more than 20 years ago. Currently a partner and public affairs director of the Maynard-based Wellesley Companies, a real estate company, Mullin said his role in growing the Clock Tower Place in Maynard from an abandoned mill in 1998 to its current 2,500 employees--the world …
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Mullin and two others announce intention to run.
A Weston man has announced that he plans to run for the 3rd Middlesex District seat currently occupied by State Senator Susan Fargo, who announced Friday that she will not seek a ninth term. Joseph Mullin made the announcement at a meeting yesterday of the Third Middlesex Area Democrats in Waltham. Mara Dolan of Concord and Alex Buck of Chelmsford also announced their intentions to run for the seat at the meeting. According to the Weston Democratic Town Committee website, Mullin, a longtime member, served as an ex officio delegate at last year's Democratic Party Convention. Check back with Weston Patch for more information.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Caucus at Weston Public Library will elect six delegates and three alternates to 2012 Massachusetts Democratic Nominating Convention for U.S. Senate Democratic Primary.
Editor's note: Submitted by the Weston Democratic Town Committee. Convention delegates nominate candidates for 2012 U.S. Senate Democratic Primary. Democrats in Weston will hold a caucus today at 2 p.m. in the Weston Public Library Community Room, 87 School Street, Weston, to elect six delegates and three alternates to the 2012 Massachusetts Democratic Nominating Convention. Delegates will be divided equally between men and women. Delegates to the convention will select candidates to compete for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate. The convention will be held on June 2 at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield. All Weston residents registered as Democrats in Weston as of Dec. 31, 2011, are eligible to vote in the caucus and run to be …