November Events

Interested in supporting the St. Mary's County Democrats? Come spend time with us in November:

Precinct and Block Captain Training

November 5th,1:15pm
Lexington Park Library
21677 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Blvd
Lexington Park, MD 20653

Laura Hart, the chair of our campaign committee, will be hosting a training for anyone who would like to become a Precinct Captain or Block Captain.  If you'd like to be a part of a grass roots-focused effort on getting Democrats elected, this is for you!


St. Mary's Veterans Day Parade

November 11th
8am-9am Meet at Leonardtown Middle School
10am-12pm Veterans Day Parade in Leonardtown Square

We will be supporting our service members and veterans in the St. Mary's County Veteran's Day Parade. Our parade is consistently one of the largest Veteran's Day parades in Maryland, and is followed by a wreath-laying ceremony. 

To march with us in the parade, you can sign up at this link
We will be meeting between 8:00am and 9:00 am at Leonardtown Middle School (not in Leonardtown Square, the location of the parade). A bus will take you to the parade staging area, where we will line up, and the parade will begin at 10:00am. We expect the parade to end around 12:00pm or so. We would like to request that you wear a blue or white shirt, or you can buy a St. Mary's Democrat's T-shirt here. If you served in one of the Armed Forces, feel free to wear your uniform instead! If you would like to march with us as a candidate, please keep in mind that the parade organizers have requested that nothing be thrown or distributed along the parade route.

If you cannot walk the entire length of the parade, you can still join us at any point while we are walking.

Candidate's Listening Tour

November 13th
6:00-7:30 pm
Lexington Park Library
Meeting Room A

Julia Nichols, who is the Democratic Candidate for State Delegate 29C,  and Brian Crosby, the candidate for 29B, will be at the Lexington Park Library to listen to their constituents about their vision for St. Mary's County.

Club Meeting

November 20th, 7pm
Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad
21685 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Blvd
Lexington Park, MD 20653

Join us in discussing campaign happenings, community events and more!

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