The previously announced series of workshops titled, “Our Voice, Our Legislature” has been rescheduled due to Monday’s storm. Instead of one health care session, the workshop will now take place on April 11 and 17 also at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room at the Newcastle Fire Station, 86 River Road each day....

“How to impact PUBLIC SAFETY lawmaking through your stories” is the second in a series created to promote legislative advocacy taking place on April 15. Guest presenters include Sheriff Todd Bracket, District Attorney Natasha Irving and Geoffrey Bickford of the Maine Gun Safety Coalition. ...

A new series of workshops titled, “Our Voice, Our Legislature” begins on Monday, April 8 at 6:30 p.m. in at the Newcastle Fire Station. The public is invited to attend any or all of the free sessions which are organized around topics featuring guest advocates as presenters along with elected officials and other local experts. Health Care is the first topic in the series to be addressed. Guest speakers will be on hand to talk about proposed bills regarding prescription drug pricing, insurance for pregnant women and access to abortion services. ...

The Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor Town Democratic Committees met on the evening of March 4 to enjoy potluck appetizers and discuss local, state and national political matters. Several local community members joined the group to participate in the conversation and plan activities for the coming year....

Please consider renewing or joining us as a member of the Frances Perkins Club of the Lincoln County Democrats. Your financial support and volunteering makes Victory possible, and we can only do it with your help. ...

The Westport Island Democratic Committee met on the evening of February 11 to enjoy a potluck meal and discuss local, state and national political matters....

On Wednesday, Jan. 23, in accordance with the Lincoln County Democratic Committee’s (LCDC) bylaws, the membership packed the community room of the Newcastle Fire Station to elect the organization’s four officers, each for a two-year term....

In Maine's last election we won control of the State House and Senate and the Governor’s office. At the Federal level we now have a majority in Congress. But it isn’t just up to them to lead. It’s up to all of us as well to not be silent, but to be a voice for the welcome changes coming. Are we willing not only to expect good governing by others, but to also run for local office? It’s a chance to work and advocate for our values on school board, select board, or other offices. If we don’t, who will? ...

On January 23, the LCDC membership will elect officers for the next two years. Officers include: Chair, Vice-Chair, Recording Secretary, and Treasurer. Learn more!...

Bill Nemitz, Political Columnist for the Portland Press Herald, wrapped up the results of the 2018 Midterm Elections in Maine to an overflow crowd of the LCDC in Damariscotta on Wednesday, Nov. 14, during our final meeting of 2018....

Lincoln County is fully part of a new blue wave of optimism and forward-thinking energy in Maine. We can be so proud of the HUGE numbers of volunteers who stepped forward to support our amazing slate of candidates....

Food trucks, live music, rousing speeches -- it’s a street party on Saturday, October 20 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 521 Main Street in Damariscotta....

The LCDC convened a panel of women from across New England for an extraordinarily timely discussion of “The Power of Women in Politics in 2018: Voting, Running, Resisting” during its monthly meeting on Sept. 26 at their Victory 2018 Campaign Office in Damariscotta. ...

If you are lucky enough to have some extra cash and want it to have a local impact, what can you do with it this election season instead of donating to our Clean Election candidates?...

The LCDC's October 20th Street Party is a RALLY FOR DEMOCRACY taking place from 4:30-7:30 PM at 521 Main Street in Damariscotta....

Maine’s autumn bounty will be the source for the annual LCDC Harvest Dinner, to be held at the more than 100 year old Kings Mills Union Hall, 901 Townhouse Road in Whitefield on Sunday, October 14 at 5 PM....

Why are YOU a Democrat? Is there a story behind your history with the Democratic Party? What are the values that connect all Democrats? Come and share your story with a group of friends and acquaintances on Monday, October 1....

I received a Legislative update recently in which Senator Dow wrote “..we made the largest one-time investment in education in Maine history, putting the state’s share of funding for local public schools at 55%..” Sadly, there are two things very wrong with that statement. 1 - The truth is, state funding of education is not 55% in spite of a law requiring that passed in 2004 by Maine voters. The state law for the budget says “(13) For fiscal year 2017-18, the target is 49.14%. (14) For fiscal year 2018-19, the target is 50.14%.” It’s in the section on pages 631-632...

125 enthusiastic voters gathered at The Opera House at Boothbay Harbor on Thursday, Sept. 13, to meet Democratic candidates campaigning for the offices of Maine State Senate, Maine State Legislature, District Attorney, and U.S. Senate. CHECK OUT THE PHOTO GALLERY!...