• Executive Committee Meeting

      Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 07:00 PM
      The Law Office of William J. Courtney, LLC, 200 Main Street, Flemington, NJ 08822

      The Executive Committee of the HCDC meets every fourth Thursday of the month to discuss strategy and our upcoming events. We welcome individuals that are interested in our mission to join us for a discussion on Hunterdon County politics.


  • Chairwoman Perez on PANJRadio all this week "In the Green Room"

    panjradio-1.jpgListen to the inspiring interview with Chairwoman Arlene Perez in the Green Room.  This entertaining show hosted by Vinny Verderosa and Dwayne Dunlevy can be heard on www.panjradio.com  at 5pm all this week. 

    This laid back format keeps the listener tuned in. Learn interesting facts about local government and why YOUR vote is important.

    Marianne Rampulla, Hunterdon County Committee, is also on board and provides interesting information about the functions of local Environmental Committees and The Board of Adjustment - both seats she has held in Raritan Township

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  • Muoio Takes the Oath of Office to Represent LD15

    Pennington resident Elizabeth Maher Muoio assumed the oath of office Thursday as the newest legislative representative for the 15th district. Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-32) did the honors. 

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  • Elizabeth Maher Muoio named new Assemblywoman in the 15th Disctrict

    After helping secure U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman's (D-12th Dist.) place in Congress, Mercer County Democratic Committee chairwoman Elizabeth Maher Muoio was tapped Saturday to replace her in the Assembly.  

    Muoio, who also works as the county's economic development director, came to the podium to a chorus of cheers from her colleagues. A Pennington resident, Muoio said she was ready to tackle important issues in the Statehouse, including the issues that Watson Coleman fought for. 

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About HCDC

image2.jpgThe Hunterdon County Democratic Committee (“HCDC”) was established to direct efforts at the grassroots level of politics and government by actively registering and educating voters, and participating in local neighborhoods.  The HCDC participates in district and town affairs by supporting democratic candidates for county, state and national offices.  We take an active role in the selection of democratic candidates that stand for the middle class and working families, and understand the importance of sound fiscal management.

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