Minutes from May 13 Meeting

Minutes

(Courtesy of Marie-Anne) 11 Attendees. Call to order at 7pm The meeting was turned over to Congressional candidate Scott Phillip Lewis, from Lake Placid, who is running as an independent in NY-21. He is still petitioning for signatures and traveling throughout region standing in front of stores (has 1000). He was born and raised in Syracuse…

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Minutes from November 13, 2023 Meeting

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(Thanks to Marie-Anne)   Call to order 7:07 Six in attendance at the Jay Community Center.     Link to minutes from the October 11 J&WDC meeting. Balance is $342. Postcards cost $581, ECDC contributed $200. $50 donation in kind to the Jay News (thanks, Knut!) Discussion of election results. Tim Follos filled us in…

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Minutes from the September 11 Meeting

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Rather impressive turnout, 15 participants including town leaders and candidates.   Minutes from September 11, 2023 JWDC Meeting (courtesy of Marie-Anne Ward, Secretary) Call to order at 7 pm Treasurer’s report $702.50 Notes from Jay Day, August 19. Well attended, our JWDC table had many visitors. Excellent community event. Notes from the August 29 Essex…

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Notes from the July 17 meeting

Meeting minutes for the July 17, 2023 J&WDC 7pm Meeting at the Jay Community Center, 11 School Lane, Au Sable Forks Six members were present…not bad for the middle of the summer! Notes from the Essex County Democratic Committee (ECDC) June 28 meeting. Notes from the Wilmington July 1 Town Hall event held at the…

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March 28, 2023 ECDC Meeting Notes

meeting notes

20 attendees, items discussed: Our upcoming April meeting at JEMS with guest speaker Congressional candidate Jill Lochner (R) The State Dems are currently meeting in Kingston to discuss leadership and strategy The ECDC upgraded website is under construction (by Marisol!) Mary McGowan, Essex County Election Commissioner, discussed the upcoming June 17-25 early voting for the…

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Notes from March 13 Meeting

Meeting Notes

There were 10 attendees at last night’s Zoom meeting. Highlights: Olivia Dwyer, candidate for Jay Town Council, spoke to us and answered questions about her campaign. She said she has more confidence with running again after a narrow loss in 2021. Olivia is a native of Upper Jay, Cornell graduate and works as a communications…

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