The November election promises to be one of the most contentious in our nation’s history, with Republican incumbents threatening to fight voting by mail (which President Trump says is “bad for Republicans”) and eliminate polling places in areas that are home to Democratic voters, especially voters of color. Luckily we have our election inspectors. These folks help our elections run smoothly and efficiently, but increasingly they are also the front-line defense against a national trend of GOP voter suppression. The Saratoga Springs Democratic Committee has a proud tradition of supporting election inspectors. If you would like to join us, and help protect our voting rights, please consider a small monthly donation. (That link will take you to an ActBlue page where you can specify the amount of your contribution and whether it will be one time or repeating. Thank you!)
Saratoga Springs Democratic Committee members and community volunteers are contacting local seniors by phone to check in on their well-being, provide information on available resources, and help arrange for deliveries of groceries and other needs for those who are not able to leave their homes. You can help by sharing the information below and, even better by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to join this effort yourself.
Since 2014, Carrie Woerner has represented the 113th Assembly District in the New York State Assembly, including portions of Saratoga and Washington counties. A graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University and Santa Clara University, she spent 30 years in the software industry before running for the State Assembly.
John P. Franck is the seven-term Commissioner of Accounts for the City of Saratoga Spring. In his office, he acts as the City Assessor, City Clerk, Purchasing Agent, Insurance Officer, Records Management Officer, and Register of Vital Records. Here's what John Franck told us when asked about the accomplishments of his team:
Now serving her second term, Tara Gaston is currently the only young, progressive woman on the County Board of Supervisors. In the past two years she’s fought for workers rights, small businesses, an end chronic homelessness, action on climate change, and transparent and accessible government.