Welcome to the
Town of Ithaca (NY) Democratic Committee
We seek out and work to elect candidates to carry out the values of the Democratic Party. We communicate regularly with our elected officials, providing them with feedback from their constituents in the Town of Ithaca.
We Are Your Neighbors. You may have met us at your door as we gathered signatures for candidate petitions or when we have distributed information about our candidates.
We Are Committed. We succeed because of the involvement of our many volunteers and supporters. Get in touch with us today!
We Are Inclusive. Any Democrat in the Town of Ithaca is welcome to attend our meetings.
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Your support advances the Town of Ithaca Democratic Committee's commitment to "Voter Engagement" in the election process. Hosting an Annual Family Fun Day brings the community together with elected representatives in addition to publishing and mailing the Town Candidates Guide to households. Your contribution is an investment in making a difference at the ballot box.
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