New York Bedford Democratic Committee
 
Town of Bedford, New York


About Us

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 2nd 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: info@bedfordNYdemocrats.org

 

NEXT MEETING

Date: Thursday, June 11, 2020
Usual meeting time 7:00 PM

In 2020, normally we are meeting on the "second Thursday" at the Bedford Hills train station beginning at 7:00 pm punctually. However, due to Covid-19 concerns, we are meeting online using Zoom until further notice. And due to scheduling conflicts, the monthly meeting may not be on the second Thursday...

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Sweeping Victories for Bedford Democrats

Bedford Democrats Won the 2019 Election
Kitley Covill, Legislator
Ellen Calves, Board
Chris Burdick, Supervisor
Bobbi Bittker, Board
Bedford Democrats Won the 2017 Election
Maryann Carr, Board
Kate Galligan, Board
Kitley Covill, Legislator
Chris Burdick, Supervisor
 

Swearing-in Ceremony January 1, 2020

Two new Town Board members were sworn in for 4-year terms (2020-2023): Ellen Calves is an attorney whio has been actively involved in many Town committees and volunteer organizations.
And Bobbi Bittker also won a first term as a new Town Board member, being sworn in for a 4-year term (2020-2023). Bobbi is an attorney who has made a name in many Town volunteer positions.
Supervisor Chris Burdick was re-elected to his fourth 2-year term (2020-2021). He had previously been a Town Board member. An attorney, Chris lives in Bedford Village, and has served our Town admirably and extremely effectively as Supervisor.
Kitley Covill was re-elected as County Legislator, District 2, which covers Bedford, Lewisboro, Mt. Kisco, North Salem, Pound Ridge, and part of the town of Somers. This is her second 2-year term (2020-2021). Kitley lives in Katonah.
 

2019 Election Results, Terms Beginning January 2020

With the election of our slate in November 2019, Democrats now occupy all seats on the Town Board, the Supervisor's position, and District 2 of the Westchester County Legislature.


 



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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.
New Primary Date June 23

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Absentee Ballots INFO
Governor Cuomo recently issued an Executive Order to allow for all New York registered voters to vote by absentee ballot in the upcoming state primary election on June 23. Here’s how to request your absentee ballot:
1. Download an absentee ballot application (Spanish version from here). Mark "Temporary illness or physical disability" as the reason you are requesting the ballot.
2. Return your absentee ballot application by mail or email. Either mail to "Westchester County Board of Elections, 25 Quarropas St., White Plains, NY 10601" OR email it to boe-westabsentee@westchestergov.com.
 
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),
legally allowed to accept financial contributions under New York State Election Law.
Our membership is open to any registered Democrat. Our meetings are open to Bedford Democrats.


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