We Work Best When We Work Together To Support Democratic Values
Join us at our next club meeting.
You do not need to be a member to attend. We regularly meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7PM
October 14th 7PM
At The Zarish's
153 Voorhees Corner Rd, Flemington
For more information & special guests visit our EVENTS page
The Raritan Township Democratic Club has been an active part of the community for many years, working tirelessly to make Raritan Township a better place to live by promoting our Democratic Values.
Annual dues is $25
Join us in helping Democrats get elected to serve on the Raritan Township Committee.
The fastest and easiest way to renew your RTDC Membership is to pay your dues online. Annual dues is $25
You can also mail your check payment to:
5 Fairfax Court
Flemington, NJ 08822
Our candidates can't win this race without your help. Won't you please spend some time helping us get them elected?
YOU can decide how much time you can spare to help out and do what you feel comfortable doing.
Even the smallest donation helps in a BIG way.
Your contribution will be used toward advancing Democratic values and Democratic Candidates.
Thanks in advance for your support!
Have you ever thought about running for office but didn't know where to start or how to begin? We can help you set up your campaign and work with you and provide the tools and support you will need to run a campaign.
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President Jimmy Carter
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President John F Kennedy
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
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