New York Bedford Democratic Committee
 
Town of Bedford, New York


Democrats serving our Town

In 2020, at the local level, Democrats serve as:

    Chris Burdick, Supervisor, Town of Bedford 
    Bobbi Bittker, Town Board Member 
    Ellen Calves, Town Board Member 
    MaryAnn Carr, Town Board Member 
    Kate Galligan, Town Board Member 
    David A. Menken, Bedford Town Justice

Representing the Town of Bedford in national and statewide and County offices are Democrats as both New York State Senators, our U.S. Congressman, our District 37 State Senator, our District 93 Assemblyman, County Executive, and County Legislator:

    Charles E. Schumer, Senator, United States Senate
    Kirsten Gillibrand, Senator, United States Senate
    Sean Patrick Maloney, United States House of Representatives, District 18
    Shelley Mayer, New York State Senate, District 37
    David Buchwald, Assemblyman, New York State, District 93
    George S. Latimer, Westchester County Executive
    Kitley S. Covill, Westchester County Legislator District 2


Bedford Democratic Committee Officers (Executive Council)

MaryAnn Carr, Chair
MaryAnn Carr has a long tenure of working on the Committee, and in 2016 she was elected to an unexpired seat on the Town Board. She has also been active in Bedford community organizations for many years, as an active parent volunteer in BCSD, as a member of the Bedford Antioch Church engaged in outreach programs for the Community Center in Katonah, and volunteering in a leadership role in the Gala Annual Event for the Martin Luther King Scholarship for Youth. MaryAnn is a resident of Bedford Village, and is an information technology consultant.
Mike Minard, Vice Chair
Michael has been a District Leader in Bedford since 2006. He joined the committee during the first campaign of Congressman John Hall, and took on further responsibility at the encouragement of the late George Delaney. A composer and music educator in Rockland County, Michael volunteers at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women, teaching music and theater programs. He believes that a responsible government can, and should, play an active role in serving the entire community. He lives in Katonah with his wife Phyllis, also a District Leader.
Mark Dembo, Treasurer
Mark Dembo is a District Leader in ED3, and has been actively involved in the Bedford community for over 20 years. He currently sits on the Town of Bedford’s Recreation and Parks Advisory Committee and is a strong advocate for continuing to make Bedford a place where community and building lifelong bonds is paramount. He is the Director of Corporate Programs for eCornell, Cornell University’s online learning arm. Mark resides in Katonah with his wife and two daughters.
Ted Nygreen, Secretary
Ted had been a district leader in White Plains before moving to Bedford after retiring from Westchester Community College. Professionally, Ted is a computer scientist with a 35-year career in business where he was General Manager and Chief Technology Officer for an international company. He lives in Bedford Corners with his wife Nancy; they have three children and seven grandchildren. Ted has a Ph.D. from Princeton and Bachelor degree from MIT.
 
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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