"Contentment tends to breed laxity, but a healthy discontent keeps us alert to the changing needs of our time."
"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?”
In addition to County and Municipal Committee Meetings, the LCDC hosts or promotes other educational, activist, and social activities to further our goals within our town committees or across the county. Join us!CHECK OUT THE CALENDAR
The Lincoln County Democratic Committee meets monthly. It’s an opportunity to meet members, participate in discussion, hear from political candidates and other speakers with expertise, ideas and opinions about current issues. We also have a number of volunteer subcommittees that focus on various long-range projects as well as many active Municipal Committees.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LCDC
One of the fundamental roles of the LCDC is to educate and support aspiring candidates. It is more important than ever that the voices of those with progressive values and ideas are heard and that fresh perspectives and strategies are brought to bear on the problems we face.LEARN MORE
UPDATED: July 8: The Outreach Committee is conducting a Voter Registration Drive at various locations and dates through November. To volunteer, please contact: Jan John, Outreach Chair... ...
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....19 September, 2018
Paul Zalucky, retired CIA operative, will present a timely discussion at the next Egghead Evening, Monday, Oct. 8, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the LCDC headquarters at 521 Main St., Damariscotta....18 September, 2018
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......18 September, 2018
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!...17 September, 2018
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Participation takes on many forms. The LCDC also relies on monetary donations along with your volunteer efforts. If you are able, consider making a donation, of any size, to show your support.
Please note that this list is not exhaustive. Suggestions?