Breakfast with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on Sept 17

DDWC women stand up for democracy and fair and free elections. Whether your top concern is reproductive rights, racial and gender equity, climate change, gun violence, protecting our First Amendment rights and other civil liberties, quality, affordable healthcare, better public education, privacy concerns or ensuring politicians are held accountable for their actions, here’s your chanceContinue reading “Breakfast with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on Sept 17”

How Do We Respond to the Overturn of the Constitutional Right to Abortion

If you are among the 64% of American adults who believe that abortion should be legal in all or most circumstances, yesterday’s six-to-three decision by the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade after fifty years of legal precedent was devastating. Choosing to have a legal abortion has never been easy, and most women considerContinue reading “How Do We Respond to the Overturn of the Constitutional Right to Abortion”

“All Politics is Local” – Register today for our Annual Meeting

Please join us Wednesday, April 20th at 6:30 pm With Politics is Local as a theme, we invite you to participate in a discussion with Dutchess County Minority Leader Yvette Vald├ęs Smith about the role of women in local politics, a review of recent developments in Dutchess county, and learn more about where the county is headed. YvetteContinue reading ““All Politics is Local” – Register today for our Annual Meeting”

Sunday in the Park Fundraiser

Celebrate the start of autumn at our “Sunday in the Park Fundraiser.” Walk the grounds, meet 2021 local women candidates, talk politics, and hang out with women who make difference every day in our communities. All money raised goes to DDWC.org to encourage, train, support, and grow the number of women Democrats running for allContinue reading “Sunday in the Park Fundraiser”