One way to get involved is to join a subcommittee. These teams carry the work of local representative Democracy year round and build the infrastructure needed to win on election day!
The only requirement to join any subcommittee is to be a registered Democrat in Columbia County. Use the sign up form above!
Linda Artley & Shelley Crawford, Co-Chairs
The Activities Committee does a critical and interesting job. Throughout the year the CCDC attends and holds many local events. Whether you want to share the values that make you a Democrat or just meet new people, ask Linda and Shelley how you can get involved!
Ammon Young, Committee Chair
The Bloomsburg Fair committee helps the sub-committee chair with planning and staffing the CCDC presence at the Bloomsburg Fair. This annual event is a very important part of the CCDC's mission. It's a place to build community, and gives voters a chance to meet candidates in person!
Jessica Brittain, Committee Chair
The Public Relations committee helps to share our message and get it out to the general public. The PR committee oversees this web-site and other electronic and written media. It works with candidates and the rest of the CCDC to keep our Democratic message getting out where it can do the most good.
Jennifer Johnson, Committee Chair
The mission of the Recruitment Subcommittee is to assist the Chair in recruiting qualified candidates for vacancies in the County Committee, for local, county and state offices, and in recruiting volunteers for Committee events and political campaigns.
Columbia County Action Together was created by former congressional staffers after the 2016 presidential election to fight for a different kind of agenda.
Columbia Montour Action Together members stand for protection of all people, the environment, and the rights enshrined in our Constitution. Members support an informed citizenry and equal opportunity for all to achieve the American dream, working diligently to elect candidates with progressive values to office. Change what you cannot accept.
Action Together NEPA started in the wake of the 2016 election, as an extension of the viral Facebook group, Pantsuit Nation (PSN). The organization formed with just 30 members who wanted to organize and turn loss into action. Today, Action Together NEPA has more than 200 members and chapters in Luzerne, Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Columbia and Wayne Counties.
Are you involved in an organization doing progressive work or improving the lives of Columbia County residents? Let us know!