At its January 19th meeting, the Four Freedoms Democratic Club’s Activism Committee set a preliminary agenda for the year by identifying two congressional districts to focus the club’s energy and resources in the 2018 midterm elections.
The Club elected its 2018 Officers and Executive Board at its Annual Meeting on January 8, 2018, after passing a Constitutional amendment increasing the number of Executive Board Members-at-Large from 6 to 8.
Kim Moscaritolo and Ben Wetzler -- Club Members and District Leaders in the 76th Assembly District – offer the latest in their occasional series of reports on political happenings in our District.
The Four Freedoms Democratic Club has passed a resolution recommending adopting the Baker-Shultz proposal as a starting point for building a bi-partisan consensus for regulating the fossil fuels that are warming our planet. Member Mike Shatzkin (@...
At our November meeting, the Four Freedoms Democratic Club adopted a resolution endorsing the Baker-Schultz proposal to regulate carbon fuels, and adopted a list of "health care must-haves" that should be part of any healthcare law. The club also ...
The Four Freedoms Democratic Club will debate and vote on two resolutions at our November 30th meeting.
On Thursday, November 30th, the four Freedoms Democratic Club will take nominations for 2018 club office. See below for more information on nominations.
The Four Freedoms Democratic Club Executive Committee has passed a resolution supporting reforms to the County Committee Rules. These reforms are targeted at making the County Committee more transparent.
Over 40 FFDC members attended the Democratic County Committee on September 25th and participated in a heated debate of proposed new rules, including a proposal to bar lobbyists from serving as County Leader. Ultimately, the Committee voted to rec...