The Penobscot Dems Garden in Downtown Bangor

On May 9, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis

The PCDC Garden
Downtown Bangor
After the May 13th Meeting
The Penobscot Democrats have adopted a garden in Downtown Bangor.
Come help your fellow Democrats plant our garden and make 
Downtown Bangor even more Beautiful!

Training for Local Candidates and Committees

On May 9, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis


The Maine Dems Lead Local Conference on June 10th, 2017! This conference will give local Democratic leaders the training, education, and network they need to be successful in 2017 and beyond.
Attendees will choose one of three tracks: elected municipal official – school board, elected municipal official – other (city/town government), municipal candidate, or Municipal/County Democratic Committee leader.
The Municipal Elected Official Tracks (school board & city/town government)
Elected municipal officials will learn how to effectively advocate for our Democratic values at the local level. While these candidates generally run without a party affiliation, those who choose this track will learn about progressive policy solutions to municipal-level issues.
The Municipal Candidate Track
Current and future candidates for local office will learn how to run effective grassroots campaigns and how to win. These are the Democratic leaders of the future. Building the bench now helps us run stronger candidates in 2017 and beyond!
The Municipal/County Committee Leadership Track
Municipal and County Democratic Committee leaders will learn key community organizing tactics, effective leadership skills, and receive training on how to employ each strategically.
If you’ve been thinking about getting involved, now is the time. Will you join us?



May PCDC Meeting

On May 9, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis
May Meeting
Saturday, May 13th @ 10:00AM 
Penobscot County Courthouse
97 Hammond Street
BangorPenobscot Dem's Symbol
  • The ObamaCare / TrumpCare:  Where do we stand now – Steven Butterfield – Consumers for Affordable Health Care
  • Kate McClellan – Organizing & Outreach Director of MDP
  • Status of Ranked Choice Voting
  • And other items

April PCDC Meeting

On April 4, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis

Penobscot Dem's Symbol

The Penobscot County Democratic Committee will hold its April meeting in the Penobscot County Courthouse (97 Hammond Street, Bangor)
at 10:00 AM
  • Basket Raffle
  • JFK Dinner Update
  • Municipal Committee Reports
  • Collection of food and hygiene projects for local shelters and food pantries.

PCDC Food Drive Success

On February 16, 2017, in Penobscot Democratic Committee, by Paul P. Davis


PCDC Food Drive

Penobscot County Democrats Food Drive

At our February Meeting, the members of the Penobscot County Committee collected food for three area shelters. It was such a success, we are going to continue to have a food drive at every meeting to distribute to shelters and pantries in Penobscot County.  Please join us at our meeting on March 11th (10:00 am) at the Penobscot County Courthouse on Hammond Street.



Democrats Care – February Meeting Food Drive

On February 7, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis

This year the PCDC will help local organizations that serve our neighbors and friends in need. Why? That’s what Democrats do – Democrats care.

February Meeting Food Drive

During our February meeting on the 11th we will be collecting non-perishable food items or Hannaford gift cards to be distributed to pantries in Penobscot County.
Please bring your food items to the meeting!
# DemocratsCare

PCDC Officers Elected for the 2018 Election Cycle

On January 14, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis

The results of todays officer elections of the Penobscot County Democratic Committee are:

Chair – Paul Davis

Vice Chair – Sarah Nichols

Secretary – Danielle Lane

Treasurer – Kurt Keef

Alternate of the Chair to the State Committee – Bev Uhlenhake


Penobscot Democrats Officer Elections

On January 7, 2017, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis
The election for new officers will be held at the Penobscot County Court House on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at 10:30a.m.  Elected officers shall serve a two-year term.
We will be electing:
  • Chair
  • Vice Chair
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Alternate for the Chair to the State Committee
For more information contact:
Betty Ford, Chair
Nominating Committee

Members of the Nominating Committee
Betty Ford
Bill Sullivan
Jim Varner


Take Action!

On December 6, 2016, in Uncategorized, by Paul P. Davis
The 2016 Elections were not as we hoped or expected. We all worry what direction this state and country is heading.  It is time for Democrats to stand up and help neighbors, friends, and family who are in most need during this holiday season.
Why: We are Democrats and that’s what we do. Democrats care.
How: Below are three programs that have worked hard every year to help those who need some help in Penobscot County.
There are many worthy causes not listed here, and I apologize for not being able to include them all.

CIFK is proud to be in its 35th year of receiving contributions from generous people like you! Many of these children would have little or nothing to look forward to Christmas morning without your support.


For 14 years, FAM has been organizing on numerous issues to create a more livable region in Eastern Maine for ALL people.
One of FAM’s basic tenants is that all people have value and FAM stands in solidarity with those who are under-served, under-appreciated and on the margins. FAM owes its success to our active membership and volunteers.

Link: Food AND Medicine


When the weather turns colder and our economy continues to struggle, so do thousands of families in our service area. The Good Neighbor fund helps to keep families in Penobscot, Piscataquis and Knox Counties warm. It provides emergency heating assistance to families in need.
Your donation will help friends and neighbors stay warm and safe during the cold winter months. Your donation can be designated to the general fund or designated to a specific county.

Link: Good Neighbor Fund

Other Tremendous Organizations That Need Our Help

Shaw House
136 Union St
Bangor, ME 04401

Serves homeless youth.

Bangor Area Homeless Shelter
263 Main Street
Bangor, ME

Serves homeless adults

Community Care
40 Summer St.
Bangor, ME 04401

Serves children families and individuals living in poverty and dealing with various issues.

Spruce Run-Womancare Alliance
PO Box 653
Bangor, ME 04402

Serves women and children affected by domestic violence


Paid for by the Penobscot County Democratic Committee. This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee