Cambridge Democrats will hold caucuses throughout the month of February to elect delegates to the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic Convention. The convention will be held June 1 and 2 at the DSC Center in Worcester, where Democrats from across Massachusetts will meet to decide which statewide candidates for governor and the other constitutional offices will be on the Democratic ticket in the 2018 Primary Election in September. The convention also gives delegates the chance to meet fellow activists, hear from elected officials, discuss issues, and attend trainings.
Caucus Locations and Times
|Ward(s)||Date||Time||Caucus Location||Caucus Address|
|1, 2, 3, 4||Sun. Feb. 25||1:00 PM||MIT Kresge Auditorium (separate caucus for each ward)||48 Massachusetts Ave.|
|5||Sat. Feb. 10||10:30 AM||LBJ Apartments||150 Erie St.|
|6||Sun. Mar. 4||2:15 PM||
Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)
|7||Sun. Feb. 18||1:00 PM||Baldwin School||85 Oxford St.|
|8||Sun. Feb. 4||2:00 PM||
Graham & Parks School (cafeteria)
|44 Linnaean St.|
|9||Sun. Feb. 11||1:00 PM||Tobin School||197 Vassal Lane|
|10||Sun. Feb. 4||2:00 PM||Graham & Parks School (auditorium)||44 Linnaean St.|
|11||Sat. Feb. 10||10:20 AM||Peabody School (auditorium)||70 Rindge Ave.|
To find out what ward you live in, visit www.wheredoivotema.com (MA Secretary of State site).
The fine print: Delegates will be equally divided between women and men. Youth, minorities, and people with disabilities who are not elected as delegates or alternates may apply to be "add on" delegates. Discrimination on the basis of race, sex, age, color, creed, national origin, disability, religion, ethnic identity, sexual orientation or economic status in the conduct of the caucus is prohibited. All caucus locations are handicapped-accessible. Details on the rules can be found at https://massdems.org/convention/2018-convention under "Method for Selecting Delegates."