Mount Laurel Democratic Committee

The Mount Laurel Democratic Committee consists of elected representatives (one male and one female) from each of the 27 Election Districts in the Township. Committee members serve a four-year term and are elected during the Primary Election in even-numbered non-presidential years.

The Election District maps may be found here: Part 1 and Part 2.

Roles and Responsibilities of Committee Members:

Year-Round

  • Provide forms and information to voters in your District concerning voter registration and voting by mail.
  • Help voters so that they can make informed decisions on issues.
  • Attend and participate in monthly meetings and other activities of the Mount Laurel Democratic Club.
  • Attend and participate in monthly meetings and other activities of the Burlington County Committee and vote at the annual Reorganization Meeting (usually June).
  • Attend and participate in monthly meetings and other activities of the Burlington County Young Democrats (open to all ages).
  • Assist the officers of the Club and Committee in identifying topics and securing speakers for monthly meetings, as appropriate.

 

Fundraising

  • Stay up-to-date on payment of dues to the Club.
  • Help organize and participate in Mount Laurel and County fundraisers.

 

Election Season Activities

  • Organize and distribute campaign information.
  • Utilize social media to advance local candidates.
  • Door-to-door canvassing to distribute election material and convince voters.
  • Staff telephone banks for candidates and GOTV activities.
  • Participate as a Democratic Party challenger for the District in Primary and General Elections.
  • Assist voters in getting to the polls on Election Day.