The Harvard Democratic Town Committee fosters and advances the ideals and aims of the Democratic Party and works to build and strengthen the party. Harvard Democrats are committed to maintaining and protecting the character of the town, its institutions, and its families.

Get Involved

For democracy to succeed, citizens must participate in the process. The Harvard Democratic Town Committee discusses how national, state, and local policy issues affect different groups in the community. The members form an opinion and express their views to policy makers. Without this interaction, local, state and national governments become isolated from the people, and begin to govern from a narrow base, dominated by special interests.

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Harvard Democratic Town Committee

Chairman
Dennis Bradley DbinNE@aol.com
Treasurer Joe Hutchinson
joe@byeday.net


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Special Town Meeting
Tuesday Evening
November 9, 2010
7:00PM
Cronin Auditorium
Bromfield School

 

Green Communities Designation

Support the Harvard Energy Advisory Committee's Recommendation to Pursue a Green Communities Designation

View their website for information on the successful programs they have promoted in Harvard and for information about theGreen Communities Program successes in neighboring towns like Acton, Lancaster, Lincoln, and Lexington.

http://groups.google.com/group/HEAC?pli=1

The Harvard Democratic Town Committee urges you to attend the Special Town Meeting this Tuesday to support the Harvard Energy Advisory Committee (HEAC) recommendation that the town pursue designation as a Massachusetts Green Community. Warrant Articles 2, 3, and 4 specifically support that designation; please vote for them.