Wicomico Democrats published MDDEMS Vice Chair is a speaker at Unity Dinner in Blog 2023-05-30 19:43:15 -0400
We are pleased to have Maryland Democratic Central Committee Vice Chair Everett Browning as one of the speakers for the Wicomico County Democratic Central Committee Unity Dinner.
We hope to see you there. - purchase yours today!
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Wicomico Democrats published Celebration of our Unity - Unity Dinner 2023 in Blog 2023-04-26 20:50:32 -0400
Wicomico Democratic Central Committee is excited to be bringing back this dinner to the community! See our EVENTS tab on the website for more information and tickets!
Wicomico Democrats published WDCC against special counsel replacement with Dan Cox in Blog 2023-03-01 19:07:11 -0500
Wicomico Democratic Central Committee (WDCC) was among many to testify at February 21st County council meeting about the request of Wicomico County Executive Julie Giordano request to replace our county’s current special legal counsel, Kevin Karpinski, with failed gubernatorial candidate, Dan Cox.
This received a no vote by the council 6 to 1 abstain.
Please read below for our full statement.
Wicomico Democrats published WDCC Secretary appointed to Salisbury City Council in Blog 2023-03-01 18:54:08 -0500
Megan Outten Appointed as District 3 Representative
Salisbury’s City Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Megan Outten as the new representative for District 3. Councilwoman Outten was selected in a unanimous vote and was sworn in during the City Council Meeting on Tuesday, February 21.
Outten’s addition to the Council comes after former Council President, Jack Heath, stepped down to accept a new role as Mayor for the City of Salisbury.
Outten is a native of Wicomico County, graduating from Salisbury University in 2016 with a major in Communications and a minor in Political Science. She is currently the Industry Trainer and Stakeholder Manager for the Business Network for Offshore Wind. Outten has worked as a stakeholder manager for multiple groups such as Urban Grid and Orsted, in addition to being the Community Coordinator for Skipjack Wind Farm.
Her background in community engagement includes Candidate for Wicomico County Council At-Large, Secretary for the Wicomico Democratic Central Committee, and member of Salisbury’s Sustainability Advisory Committee. Outten brings both a passion for sustainability and civic service combined with experience in collaboration and communication with various groups.
"I am honored for this opportunity to serve my community,” said Outten. “As Salisbury's newest councilwoman, my first priority is to the residents of this beautiful city we all call home. I look forward to working with the rest of the council as we strive to build a brighter future for Salisbury.”
Outten was selected as the new representative for the district after a thorough local search and interview process with all four Council members, “Our Council has made a great choice to replace Mayor Jack Heath’s District 3 seat with Megan Outten,” said City Council President Muir Boda. “Megan’s commitment to service in our community and focus on the critical issues facing our City will serve her well in this role. We are excited to have her join us.”Read more
Our committee is fully "staffed" with officers in place and we are ready to go! #WCDCC
We are excited to announce our newest member of the WCDCC, Luc Angelot, who has filled our announced male vacancy! Luc recently ran for Board of Education in District 1 and we are looking forward to adding his knowledge and experience to WCDCC! Welcome, Luc!
Our announced vacancy on the Wicomico County Democratic Central Committee has been filled by @megan_outten! She ran a wonderful campaign for Wicomico County Council at-large, and we look forward to her energy and knowledge on the WCDCC!