CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE
Working Towards a Brighter Future
The Chautauqua Democratic Committee is committed to representing the people of Chautauqua County by electing Democrats at every level — from the village board to State Legislature. But we can only do that together.
Now Seeking candidates for 2021. Petitioning for Legislature starts in early 2021
WHAT WE DO
Making A Difference
It is the responsibility of the Chautauqua County Democratic Committee to field candidates in the 19 county legislature districts, 2 cities, 27 towns, and 13 villages of the county. The principal major population communities of Chautauqua County are the Cities of Jamestown and Dunkirk, the Villages of Fredonia, Lakewood, Westfield, Silver Creek and the Towns of Pomfret, Ellicott, Busti, Hanover and Westfield.
The Chautauqua County Democratic Committee is the official democratic county committee of the New York State Democratic Party. We have two representatives to the State Committee.
Chair: Norman P. Green
First Vice Chair: Dunkirk City Mayor Willie Rosas
Second Vice Chair: Margaret Cornell
Treasurer: Doris Parment
Election Commissioner: tba
Secretary: Loren Kent
150TH A.D. NY State Democratic Committee:
Ned Divine & Margaret Cornell
We work to implement our Democratic values in the 8th Judicial District, 23rd Congressional District, 57th State Senate District, and 150th Assembly District.
We are composed of 19 legislative districts and are governed at the County level by a County Legislature.
We have 27 towns and two cities, with committees that administer the duties necessary for free and fair elections, transparent campaigns, and recruit, train, and support candidates who represent our county's democratic values.
We welcome your participation. We work for you.
“Democrats are the party of inclusion. We know that diversity is not our problem—it is our promise. As Democrats, we respect differences of perspective and belief, and pledge to work together to move this country forward, even when we disagree … we do not merely seek common ground—we strive to reach higher ground. ”