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The Harford County Democratic Central Committee promotes Democratic candidates, office holders and local issues in Harford County, Maryland. We accomplish this through registering voters, fundraising, organizing precincts and increasing public awareness.

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Graphic Designer Needed — The HCDCC needs a graphic designer. They will help the Committee form a new brand identity and help create graphics for our different communications. Email Zack Frink, HCDCC communications director, at communications.director@harforddemocrats.org if you’re interested in filling this role.

A Letter from the Democratic Central Committees of Maryland’s First Congressional District — The HCDCC is joining the other Democratic Central Committees in Maryland’s First Congressional District to call on our leadership to pursue significant punitive action against Rep. Andy Harris. His actions of disseminating misinformation concerning the 2020 Election, dangerously enabling an angry and armed mob and his verbal and alleged physical altercation have violated Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Read the full letter…

Harford County Councilman Andre Johnson calls on Rep. Andy Harris to resign — In his letter, Harford County Councilman Andre Johnson said he believes that Rep. Andy Harris violated his sworn oath of office by participating in attempts to undermine the free and fair election that legitimately selected Joe Biden to be the next United States President. Read the full letter…

Letter: $400K used to purchase Harford sheriff’s second armored vehicle could’ve been put to better use — Check out our opinion article in The Aegis about how the more than $400,000 the sheriff’s office used to purchase a second armored vehicle should be spent towards public and mental health, education, housing relief or economic development in Harford County. Read more…

Statement on the Approval of $400,000 for an Additional Armored Police Vehicle — Instead of further militarizing the police with additional armored vehicles, resources should be spent towards public and mental health, education, housing relief or economic development in Harford County. Read more in our newsletter…

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