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
Join us for a St. Patrick’s Day Pub Party – proceeds to provide a scholarship for a graduating Carmel High School student.
Friday, March 23, 2018, 6 pm – ?
McCarthy’s Grill House, 374 Route 52, Kent, NY
Dinner will include McCarthy’s well-known corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, pasta, vegetables, salad, Irish soda bread, soda, coffee and tea.
Have fun with neighbors. Argue with people who might know what you’re talking about.
Contribution Suggestion: $30 per person.
Rsvp to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com or enter an appropriate amount after clicking on the Donate Button below.
MAUREEN FLEMING was re-elected Kent Supervisor with 64.4% of the vote. ROBERT LANGLEY was elected Putnam County Sheriff with 49.7% of the vote. More results here.
(Robert Langley, Phil Tolmach, Pamela Richardson, Maureen Fleming, Jason Makely, Stephen Papas)
The Kent Democratic Committee supports Maureen Fleming for Town Supervisor, Jason Makely and Stephen Papas for Town Board, Pamela Richardson for Town Justice, Christi J. Acker for State Supreme Court, Richard Othmer for Kent Highway Superintendent, Phil Tolmach for Putnam County Legislature District 3 and Robert Langley for Putnam County Sheriff.
The 2017 League of Women Voters “Meet the Candidates Forum” is scheduled for Monday, October 23, 6 – 8 pm, at the Mahopac Public Library, 668 Route 6, Mahopac, NY.
Candidates for Sheriff, County Legislature, Town Supervisor, Town Council and Town Justice are expected to attend. Additional information here.
Become an educated voter.
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RESULTS: Richardson (248), Douchkoff (151), Curtiss (98). The top two will appear on the Democratic line in November. Congratulations.
On Tuesday, September 12, 2017, there will be a primary for Town Judicial Candidates. We urge you to vote for Pamela Richardson*. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at your usual polling place. Have questions or need help with transportation? E-mail us at KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com.
*Unquestionably qualified, as an attorney with almost 20 years of experience representing a wide variety of proceedings in the types of cases that come before a Town Court, Ms. Richardson has also been president of the Mid-Hudson Women’s Bar Association, is a member of the Carmel Central School District Core Planning Committee and is the mother of two children. She has a Juris Doctor degree from Northeastern University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, degree from Brooklyn College.
In addition to administrative, legal, artistic, grant writing and legislative skills,
our candidates can cook.
KENT CANDIDATES’ COOK-OFF
Saturday, August 26, 4-7 pm
Lake Carmel Community Center
10 Huguenot Road, Lake Carmel, NY
Family Friendly Games Pastas, Salads and Desserts Live Music
This Cook-off Party is a chance to meet other Democrats, your neighbors, your friends and the Kent Candidates for political office, while also raising funds for the Kent NY Democratic Committee.
Rain or Shine.
$10 per person or $15 per family
(Children under 12 free)
Rsvp to KentNYDemocrats@gmail.com or by entering an appropriate amount after clicking on the Donate Button below.