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Charlestown Democrats To Attend 2013 Convention

Twelve local residents were elected as representatives at a caucus held Feb. 13.

[UPDATED Tuesday, March 5, 10:23 a.m.]

Twelve Charlestown residents will be representing the community at the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s 2013 Platform Convention on Saturday, June 1 in Lowell.

The local Democrats were elected during at the Charlestown Community Center.

The delegates include Dennis Cunningham, Christine Downing, Stephen Eisele, Alexis Finneran, Dannielle Valle Fitzgerald, Delphine Hamilton, Jack Kelly, Katelyn Kelly, Douglas MacDonald, Ian Mackey, Donna Henderson O’Brien and Chris Remmes.

For more information about the Massachusetts Democratic Party Convention, visit massdems.org. Learn more about the Charlestown Democratic Ward Committee on the group’s Facebook page.

Working Man February 26, 2013 at 03:17 AM
Has that list been cleared by Donna O'Brien as the official list of people? I have it on good knowledge that she has kicked off Jason, Doug and the Kelly girl. I guess its was true what she said about not wanting to deal with classy people or was it that she had to smoke crack to deal with these people? I forget.
Donna O'Brien March 12, 2013 at 02:42 PM
The rules clearly state that you: must be registered to vote; you must be a registered Democrat by December 31st; you must be listed in the most current voter book provided by the City of Boston. Mr. Douglas MacDonald, as he always has, fulfilled all three criteria. In addition, it was determined that there was an error in the book and Ms. Kelly will be attending the convention as a seated delegate. In addition, Chris Joyce, the Democratic State Committee Field Director, has offered everyone an opportunity to be approved for guest credentials, at the cost of $25. As I mentioned before, if you feel that your voting rights have been violated, please contact Chris Joyce a the DSC: you'll be glad you did.

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