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Canvassing for Elizabeth Warren in Shrewsbury!

Turn your outrage into action and knock some doors right here in town for Elizabeth Warren's re-election campaign! GOP dark-money donors have pledged to spend $10 million against Elizabeth this Fall, no matter who wins the Republican primary. Shrewsbury will be a battleground community in this race -- we need your help!


Our July canvass dates:

  • Saturday, July 7th, 10:30 AM
  • Saturday, July 14th, 10:30 AM
  • Thursday, July 19th, 5:00 PM
  • Saturday, July 21st, 10:30 AM


Our canvassing launches from the home of Roberta Goldman (please RSVP to ShrewsburyDTC@Gmail.com for address, and for planning purposes!). A brief training is always provided for first-timers!


Regular DTC Meetings


The Shrewsbury Democratic Town Committee meets on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 PM, except  during January, February, June, July, and August. Special events and gatherings are usually held in those months when we do not hold a regular meeting (as in our Post-Holiday Party or Summer Cookout); check back here for those announcements! 


Meetings are held in the Community Room at Southgate at Shrewsbury (30 Julio Drive), on the lower level.


Though only full members may take part in business votes, our meetings are open to all - you are encouraged to come by, introduce yourself, and get involved!


Contact Us Directly! 


Shoot us an e-mail at ShrewsburyDTC@Gmail.com. This e-mail address is checked regularly by our Executive Board. 

​​The Shrewsbury Democratic Town Committee

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"Some people think you make change by demanding it. Some people think you make change by hoping for it. I think you make change by working really, really hard."

Hillary Rodham Clinton