Beginning of Fall events and updates for the HCDCC
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Happy beginning of fall. The days are getting shorter, the weather is changing and the leaves are turning different colors, but our passion of working for the common good in Harford County remains the same.
Continue reading for the latest events and updates from the Harford County Democratic Central Committee.
Project Register to Win
The HCDCC is teaming up with the Maryland Democratic Party and Progressive Harford County for Project Register to Win. This is a new initiative aimed at registering new potential Democrats in Harford County and across the state.
Project Register to Win is holding their first virtual phone banking event on Tuesday, Sept. 28 in conjunction with National Voter Registration Day. There are three shifts from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2-5 p.m. and 5:30-8 p.m.
Registrants will receive a script, an Open VPB phonebank list number for Harford and a link for a training session taking place before each shift.
Sign up today to help register and check the registration status of potential new Democrats in Harford County.
Meet and greet with John King in Havre de Grace
John King, Democratic candidate for Maryland governor, is hosting a meet and greet in Havre de Grace. The event will be on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 1-2:30 p.m. at Coakley's Pub, 414 Saint John St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078.
Have you tried the coffee yet?
The HCDCC has recently started a coffee fundraiser. Donations of $15 or more will be gifted a bag of high-quality, gourmet coffee. Donations at intervals of $15 can be gifted multiple bags. If you donate now, we will personally deliver the coffee to you. Donations can be made on the HCDCC’s ActBlue page.
Thanks for reading and that's all the updates we have for now. We hope that you're able to join us in phone banking on Tuesday, Sept. 28.
Follow us on social media @HarfordDemocrats for more updates from the committee.
Be sure to make the most of these last few warm days before the weather starts to get colder.