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Welcome to the website of the Bedford Democratic Party
P.O. Box 801
Bedford Hills, NY 10507

The Bedford Democratic Committee is a registered Political Action Committee (PAC) and is legally allowed to accept financial contributions under New York State Election Law.

Our membership is open to any registered Democrat.

Bedford Democrats Win 2017 Election
Maryann Carr, Town Board
Kate Galligan, Town Board
Kitley Covill, County Legislator
Chris Burdick, Supervisor

About the Bedford Democratic Committee

The Bedford Democratic Committee is made up of your neighbors working to better our community, in affiliation with the Democratic Party. We welcome you to join us, and thanks for your interest.

The Bedford Democratic Committee usually meets the 3rd Thursday of every month, but there can be changes, so please check this website before the meeting or let us know that you will be attending. Use the "Contact Us" page or just send an email to us:
Black and White Photos of the swearing-in were published in the Record Review on January 5, 2018. Photo Credit: Scott Mullin
Bedford Dems Sweep 2017 Election
Sworn into office January 1, 2018
MaryAnn Carr reelected Town Board
Kate Galligan elected Town Board
Chris Burdick reelected Supervisor


Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018
Usual meeting time 7:00 PM

Usually we meet monthly on the "third Thursday" at the Bedford Hills train station beginning at 7:00 pm punctually.

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News for Residents in Bedford . . .

Latimer Wins County Executive Race!

Here we are at the Democratic convention in May, representing Bedford in nominating George Latimer for County Executive. On November 7th, we won!

Click the picture to open it full-size in another window. (BTW, photo was taken after midnight when the convention wasn't over!)

Town Board Passes Symbolic Resolution

The Bedford Town Board unanimously approved a symbolic resolution on March 7, 2017. The resolution, which was also partially in response to biased activities in the region, condemns bigotry towards people based on their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Read all about it...

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As you know, we are always grateful to receive contributions for our committee and candidates. Donations in any amount are welcome and always appreciated. Thank you.

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