Town of Ulysses Democratic Committee

Our Mission

The Ulysses Democratic Committee (UDC) meets regularly to identify and support strong Democratic candidates for local office and keep the community informed about issues and elections.

UDC Meetings

Committee meetings are held monthly at 7:00pm on the first Thursday of each month, location varies - check the TCDC Calendar for updates.

Village of Trumansburg Caucus 1/28/2024

The Ulysses Democratic Committee will hold a nominating caucus Sunday, January 28 at 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Fire Hall of Trumansburg Fire Dept., 74 W. Main Street, and Rte. 96.

The purpose of this caucus is to make nominations of candidates for two (2) Trustees (for a four year term each) in the Village of Trumansburg for the election to be held on March 19, 2024.

All registered Democrats residing in the Village of Trumansburg are eligible to participate and vote at the caucus. Any Trumansburg Village resident who is eligible to vote may compete for the nomination at the caucus by being nominated and seconded by individuals present and eligible to vote in the caucus. All are welcome to attend. Childcare provided.

For more information, contact Cynthia Mannino, chair, cynthiam.udc@gmail.com

 

Ulysses Democratic Candidate Selection Process Changed

Ulysses Democratic Committee (UDC) voted at it's November 3rd meeting to change the way candidates for town offices are selected from a caucus system to petition-and-primary.

The petition-and-primary system, is used for all federal, state and county positions and many other towns. Potential candidates need to collect signatures on a petition from Ulysses Democrats. Currently, the number of required signatures is approximately 100. If more people submit petitions than there are vacancies, those people would face off in a primary election.

UDC Leadership

UDC Chair       Cynthia Mannino,  cynthiam.udc@gmail.com
Vice Chair        Nancy Zahler
Treasurer         Dolores Higaredo
 

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Last Updated on January 5, 2024
 

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