Support the Kent Democratic Committee with a contribution at any time. If you prefer writing a check to the Kent Democratic Committee, it may be sent to Dale Cusack, Treasurer, 17 Dicktown Road, Carmel, NY 10512.
SEAN PATRICK MALONEY for US House of Representatives, District 18 – RE-ELECTED.
KAREN SMYTHE for NYS Senate, District 41.
SANDY GALEF for NYS Assembly, District 95 – RE-ELECTED.
VINCENT FIORENTINO for Putnam County Legislature, District 3.
To meet NYS Senate Candidate KAREN SMYTHE, Putnam Legislature Candidate VINNY FIORENTINO and NYS Assemblywoman SANDY GALEF, we‘re scheduling virtual house parties named after compass points in Kent. Pick a region or cloud-hop across town. Click on date to register and receive login link.
Sunday, October 4 at 1 pm – Western Kent – successfully completed.
Monday, October 12 at 7 pm – Eastern Kent – successfully completed.
Friday, October 16 at 7 pm – Northern Kent – successfully completed.
Sun, Oct 18 at 1 – Southern Kent – canceled; scheduling conflict.
Join speaker Karen Smythe and Kent Democrats at our Third Annual Scholarship Dinner at McCarthy’s Restaurant (374 Route 52) on Friday, March 20, at 6:30 pm.
For $35 a head (or more, if you can), you’ll have a full meal with friends and help underwrite the scholarship we will award in May to a graduating Carmel/Kent High School senior.
We feel honored that Karen Smythe will join us that evening to speak on “Aspects of Running for Public Office,” using her experience running for the NYS Senate (District 41) in 2018 and again now in 2020.
Gather at 6:30, dinner at 7, and talk over dessert.
Rsvp to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com or you can pay in advance using the Donation below.
The Sedgewood Club is hosting a Kent Candidates’ Forum at the Sedgewood Boathouse next Sunday, October 20 at 3 pm, that is open to all Kent residents. Located on China Pond at 1024 Barrett Circle West, the Boathouse is at the top of Kittredge Dr., which exits Route 301, just south of Clearpool Rd. in Western Kent. Candidates for Kent Town Supervisor, Kent Town Board (2 seats), Putnam County Judge, Putnam Legislative District 5 (southeastern Lake Carmel) and State Supreme Court Judge from both parties are expected to attend.
Jerry and Marie Merzon are opening their home overlooking Boyds Corner Reservoir at 68 Nimham Road, just off Route 301, for the Kent Democratic Committee’s Fall Fund-Raiser on Sunday, October 13, from 3 to 5 pm.
If you’ve attended our events before, you know the Kent Committee can give a good party. There will be lively discussion, articulate candidates (see below) and a chance to meet neighbors you’ll like in a lovely location.
Please rsvp your acceptance to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com.
While suggested donation levels are $25, $50, $75 or more, it is most important that all feel comfortable attending. Feel free to donate as you are able.
If you cannot attend, but want to support our efforts in local outreach and voter turnout, please click below on Donate at any time.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2019, 5 – 8 PM.
Farm-fresh, home-style dishes prepared by members of the KENT DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE.
All are welcome.
Meet neighbors, candidates and make new friends.
The minimum price is $10 a person or $20 per family.
“Pig in a Poke” style raffle of items from Kent’s 12 election districts.
RSVP to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com or buy a ticket in advance using the Donate button below.
Event at Lake Carmel Arts Center (AotL), 640 Route 52, Kent, NY 10512
On Sunday, March 10, from 11am to 1pm, celebrate the first hours of DAYLIGHT SAVINGS SAVINGS TIME with a really good BRUNCH at the home of Michele Berdy and Drew Howland, 1408 Peekskill Hollow Road.
You’ll be with neighbors, friends and future candidates.
Since it is a fund raiser for the Kent Democrats, the suggested contribution is $35 a person or $60 per couple, but gifts of any amount are appreciated.
Rsvp to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com or click the Donate button to give in advance.
As the 2019 election cycle gets under way, join the Kent and Carmel Democratic Committees as Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, 2018 Legislative Candidate Scott Reing and Others share the experience of running for elective office – what worked and what didn’t.
Whether you’re interested in running or just like to be social, save Thursday, February 21. It’s at 7 pm at McCarthy’s Grill House, 374 Route 52, Lake Carmel.
No admission fee, but feel free to come early to order food and drink.
Reservations are encouraged, but not required, via email to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com