• 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.

  • In Hunterdon County, Poll-Takers Don't Want Christie for President

    The results of two polls were released earlier last week, one of New Jersey residents and one of Iowa registered Republicans. Neither were good for Christie, and a Hunterdon County Democrat poll posted on January 16 followed suit. The first three days of the unscientific Hunterdon poll drew about 450 votes responding to the statement: "Based on his performance as New Jersey governor, I would vote for Chris Christie if he decides to run for president in 2016." Voters overwhelmingly identified themselves as Hunterdon residents, and 62 percent said they wouldn't vote for their governor.

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  • Tewksbury Township Ranked as Third Safest City in New Jersey

    Tewksbury Township ranks as the third 'safest city' in New Jersey with a crime score of 77 according to ValuePenguin.com. Tewksbury was also ranked third among small towns, with populations less than 20,000. Tewksbury's score beat the average New Jersey town by 88%.

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  • Election Scheduled to Fill Bonnie Watson Coleman's Assembly Seat

    Though 2015 has not officially started yet, campaign season is already in full swing in the New Jersey Assembly's 15th District, according to Arlene Quinones Perez, the chair of the Hunterdon County Democratic Committee. Bonnie Watson Coleman will officially leave the 15th District seat vacant when she's sworn in to the U.S. House Representatives on Saturday.

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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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