Elected and Appointed Democratic Officials
We are proud to highlight Tekesha Martinez who was appointed to be the Mayor of Hagerstown on February 7th. Tekesha makes history by being the first black mayor to serve the city of Hagerstown. She was previously elected in 2020 to the city council and made history alongside Tiara Burnett as the first black women elected to the city council. We are eager to see Mayor Martinez's vision and passion as she endeavors in this new role.
WCDCC Monthly Meeting
The committee meets on the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM. All meetings begin as open meetings which are open to the public.
Our next meeting with be November 9th , 2023 at 7:00pm at 140 W. Washington St Hagerstown. We hope you can join us!
Washington County Democratic Headquarters
The Washington County Democratic Central Committee HQ is located at 140 W. Washington St, Hagerstown.
Our HQ exists as a community space. To use our please facility for your next meeting please contact the office at 301-739-7811, Cathy our office manager will be happy to assist you.
Supporting our Communities.
We are proud to highlight Brooke Grossman who won her election in November of 2022 to the House of Delegates. Delegate Grossman represents district 2B which encompasses much of the city of Hagerstown. Delegate Grossman makes history by being the first woman to be elected to the 2B House seat.
Delegate Grossman has been serving in the 2023 Maryland General Assembly legislative session that will end on April 10th.
We are proud to highlight Emily Keller as the Special Secretary of Opioid Response. Emily previously served on the city council from 2016 to 2020. In 2020, she made history by being the first woman elected as Mayor of Hagerstown. Secretary Keller will serve in the Moore administration and we are excited to have a western Marylander in the Governor's cabinet! Secretary Keller has been doing great work over these past few months.
To find out more about Emily and her work within the Moore administration check out her Facebook page
A Call for Transparency
The Washington County Democratic Central Committee supports the call for full transparency and accountability from the Board of Directors of the Robert W. Johnson Community Center. The Jonathon Street community, as well as all stakeholders of the Robert W. Johnson Community Center, deserve a full account of all financial and operational matters regarding the center.
Working Today for a Better Tomorrow
The WCDCC Partnering for Success