SALEM — The Salem Democrats will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, at Kelley Library to elect town Democratic officers and delegates to the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s 2013 midterm and 2014 state convention.
Local Democratic Committee officers and delegates have a vote at the annual conventions, to approve the party platform.
“New Hampshire Democrats are excited about the results of the 2012 elections, where responsible leaders were returned to office at all levels of New Hampshire government,” said Larry Disenhof, the Salem Democratic Town Committee chairman. “Our caucus provides a great opportunity for anyone who wants to be involved in the grassroots style politics that makes New Hampshire special.”
There is no cost to attend the caucus. It is open to all members of the public.
Salem has nine at-large delegate seats at the caucus, in addition to seats for the elected committee officers.
Any registered Democrat, regardless of past political experience, can run for an officer or delegate position.