Welcome

Welcome to the Greenwich Democratic Committee

The Greenwich Democratic Committee serves as a political resource and meeting ground for Democrats interested in local and national politics. Our purpose is to

Inspire participation

Recruit and support Democratic candidates

Evaluate and support issues

Promote a high voter turnout for Democratic candidates

Act as a conscience in our community

Participate in creating the best possible government for the Town and Village of Greenwich

Our primary goal is to find and support the next generation of candidates for local office. To support this mission the committee serves as a fund-raising organization and provides campaign management and leadership training.

We are dedicated to increasing awareness and participation in the local political process. We seek to be your partner in creating responsive, open, transparent and democratic local government.

Our monthly meetings are held on the last Monday of each month, and we welcome visitors and new members. Please call Sharon Kruger at 518-692-7713 for information about the time and place of the next meeting.

Our Recent Accomplishments

Running Campaigns
We are proud of our successful campaigns, resulting in new Democratic representation in Town and Village government.Our Elected Officials
Sara Idleman, Greenwich Town Supervisor.Barbara Roberts, Greenwich Village JusticeLyle Hayes, Greenwich Village Trustee
Kathy Brown, Greenwich Village Trustee
Tim Taylor, Greenwich Village Trustee

Biographies of Our Recently Elected
Town of Greenwich Officials

Sara IdlemanSara brings to the position of Town Supervisor a lifetime of active investment and participation in the town affairs, starting as a student leader at Greenwich Central School. Later as a teacher at Greenwich Central School, she taught American History, Reading, and Participation in Government. She is a member of the Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, and as a small business owner she experienced first-hand the issues faced by business owners in Greenwich. Her years of active involvement in work with young people includes working on American Field Service programs, church youth groups, co-director of the Easton Swim Programs, and she was the founder and director of the Willard Mountain Star Program. Other volunteer service for the community includes the Greenwich Cemetery Association, the Greenwich Scholarship Program, and the Greenwich Democratic Committee.Sara grew up on a dairy farm in Easton. The farm is still in her family, operated by her brother, nephews and their wives.Sara is married to Tom Havens. She has a daughter, Kate, and a son, Doug, as well as two stepsons, Micah and Seth.

 

How To Get Involved !

Attend Meetings
The first Monday of the Month at 7:00 PM at the law office of Cailie Curren on Main Street. All are welcome!VolunteerGet involved with the National and State elections in November, 2013. We will be campaigning for candidates for the Governor’s race, the Senatorial race, and the House of Representative 20th Congressional District race.

  • Volunteer during Whipple City Days, June 18-20th, 2010.
  • Call Voters Before Elections
  • Host a Meet the Candidate Event
  • Host a House Party Fundraiser
  • Attend Local Meetings
  • Poll Watch on Election Day
  • Go Door to Door with Candidates
  • Collect Petition Signatures
  • Place Yard Signs
  • Adopt a Highway
  • Run for Office!

Share Concerns and Feedback

Greenwich Democratic Committee,
1 Highland Street,
Greenwich, NY 12834
or contact Chairman Ed Dowling

Current Committee Members

Ed Dowling, Chairperson
Judy Doonan, Vice Chairperson
Jim Roberts, Treasurer
Sharon Kruger, Secretary
Robert Akland
Dona Barth
Lauren Bolier
Mary Brown
Suzanne Cohen
 Pam Fuller
Giovanni Grillo
Sara Idleman
Anthony Jordan
Apple Jordan
Katherine Roome
Susan Sanderson
Shannon Snyder
Rick Sullivan
Lauren Turczak
Sheila Wahl

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