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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
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Thanks in advance for your support!
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Dear Raritan Township Democratic Club Members,
The year 2021 has been a very difficult year for all of us. Social distancing, quarantine, sickness and even death have dominated our thoughts and actions. We have been unable to assemble and enjoy the camaraderie of our fellow members but instead are forced to hold virtual meetings. We feel we are distanced from those we care about. At times it can be very disheartening.
However, the year has not been all a disappointment. We had a significant victory in the 2021 election when we re-elected Assemblyman Roy Freiman and we elected Sadaf Jaffer to serve along side him in the 16th Legislative District. Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker is now our State Senator, rounding out a solid blue victory for our district. And we had a statewide celebration with the re-election of Governor Phil Murphy and Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver.
Recently the RTDC Executive Committee met and discussed plans for the new year. We will need all hands on deck in order to get Congressman Tom Malinowski re-elected. We are faced with an even greater challenge because of the new redistricting map which includes more red voting communities in Congressional District 7. We will be looking into more creative ways to navigate around the COVID pandemic, to get Tom's message out and to get voters committed to casting their ballot for OUR TOM. We need people to make phone calls & write postcards, post on social media and hopefully go door to door canvassing.
You can get more involved in various ways, such as attending township committee meetings, working with various charities and helping the residents with their issues. We need to let the residents know we are working for them and the good of the township. It is up to all of us.
Our club meets the 2nd Thursday of each month.... so mark your calendars and plan on joining us each month to stay on top of the issues and connected with Democrats.
We want to wish all of you a Safe, Happy New Year and pray that we can all look forward to some light at the end of the tunnel in 2022. Be well!
The Executive Committee of the Raritan Township Democratic Club,
John, Raina, Karen, Marianne, Lois and Michael
"We must adjust to changing times and still hold to unchanging principles."
President Jimmy Carter
"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.
President Barack Obama
"The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all."
President John F Kennedy
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
"I really want women to know their power, to value their experience. To understand that nothing has been more wholesome in the political process than the increased involvement of women."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
" My first responsibility — today and tomorrow — is to make sure that every single person who’s hurting in my congressional district gets help. That’s number one. But I would be betraying their trust in me if I wasn’t also thinking about tomorrow and next year and the next decade.”
Congressman Tom Malinowski