HDTC Hudson, Massachusetts

HDTC Hudson, Massachusetts -

Hudson, Massachusetts Democratic Town Committee

*** You are invited ***


Date: Wednesday, March 30
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Old Stow Town Hall
375 Great Rd, Stow, MA

The Stow, Maynard, and Hudson Democratic Town Committees host an educational and interactive forum—Narrowing the Income Inequality Gap—on Wednesday, March 30th, at the Old Stow Town Hall, 375 Great Rd., at 7 pm. Speakers include Dr. Randy Albeda, Professor of Economics at UMASS Boston; Harris Gruman, Executive Director of the Service Employees International Union MA State Council; and Luc Schuster, Deputy Director of MassBudget. Senator Eldridge will present introductory remarks, while Sarah Cressy, CEO of the Assabet Valley Chamber, will serve as moderator. The program will cover the roots of income inequality, proposed wage and tax legislation to remedy income inequality, and the potential impact of the proposed legislation on the middle class and small businesses. The event is free and open to all! For more information, please email stowdems@gmail.com.
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Welcome to the Hudson Democratic Town Committee (HDTC).  We are a group of Hudson Residents committed to fostering and advancing the ideals and aims of the Democratic Party; working and organizing for the success of the Democratic candidates of the District, County, State and Nation; doing all things necessary and incidental to the building and strengthening of the Democratic Party in Massachusetts and within the Town of Hudson.

Hudson Democratic Town Committee Members are elected by registered Democrats who live in Hudson, Massachusetts.  The members work closely with other town committees and the Democratic State Committee, which in turn coordinates with the National Democratic Committee.

The HDTC functions in the community in the following ways:

  • Organize an annual political caucus through which Democrats from Hudson elect delegates, who attend the Massachusetts State Democratic Convention, which is held once a year.
  • Meet with Democratic political candidates at the regional, state, and national levels to hear their views and support their election to office.
  • Organize voter registration and education activities in the community.
  • Participate in local, state and national political events.
  • Collaborate with other organizations to present voter education forums on issues before the voters.

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