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The Mattapoisett Democratic Town Committee, or MattDems, is a political committee dedicated to promoting the core values of the Democratic Party; educating our members and the public regarding local, state and national issues; recruiting and supporting candidates for election to public office; and coordinating and fostering relationships with other members and affiliates of the Massachusetts Democratic Party.
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Thankfully, our late September heat wave is finally ending. I woke up at 5:45am today and it was still 73 degrees and humid. Just miserable. Check out these incredible September temperatures compared to normal at stations across New England (through September 27): Bangor, ME: +7.0 Concord, NH: +6.0 Burlington, VT:...

Film by The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights CHIRLA The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), presents its second Know Your Rights film; "America; I Too", starring Academy Award nominee Barkhad Abdi. Closed captioning available in Spanish, Korean, and simple Chinese....

Article: EarthDay.org. Photo: Grand Canyon National Park/flickr President Trump’s continues his attack on environmental progress by reversing the Obama administration’s ban on sale of disposable plastic water bottles at National Parks. Two dozen national parks had adopted the policy, or were in the process of doing so, including Grand...

By Jack W. Dean,  June 23, 2017 A national movement to amend the U.S. Constitution called “Move To Amend” came together in 2010 to stem what was seen as a growing issue of income inequality in the United States. Since the beginning of 2010, decisions by...

By Sarah Whinnem, Vice Chair of Mattapoisett Democratic Town Committee On June 3rd, 5,000 Democrats from around Massachusetts gathered in Worcester to review the future of the Democratic party and to vote on new policy platform. I was among a group of 1,500 first-time delegates that...