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On the Ballot

Local positions:

  • Board of Education districts 2,3, and 5

State Offices

  • Judge of the Circuit Court (November)
  • Delegates and alternate Delegates to the Democratic Convention
  • Judge of the Court of Special Appeals (November)
  • Judge of the Court of Appeals (November)

Federal Offices: 

  • President of the United States
  • U.S. Senate
  • U.S. Congress


The Maryland Right to Reproductive Freedom Amendment is on the ballot as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment in order to keep abortion safe and legal in Maryland.

Kennedy King Dinner 2024

bring the blue wave to the eastern shore!

Where opportunities for achieving a better life should be barrier-free. We’re working to ensure that every American has access to a sustainable livelihood, a sound education and a healthy environment for our beautiful Eastern Shore. This is where inclusiveness lives.

Welcome to the

The Worcester Democratic Party is the county-level branch of the Democratic Party in the United States. Like its state and national counterparts, the Worcester Democratic Party is overseen by a Central Committee. The aim of the Worcester County Democratic Central Committee is to govern the Democratic Party in our county and represent Worcester County as its delegation to the Maryland State Democratic Central Committee. The Central Committee members are chosen through the Maryland Democratic Primary during gubernatorial election cycles and serve for four years. Our main focus is discovering, training, backing, and electing Democratic candidates. Above all, we strive to create a strong and connected Democratic community.

Who we are

Who we are not

President Biden and Vice President Harris delivered results for the American people in their first year in office. The President and Vice President made history growing our economy, addressing the climate crisis, and building a judiciary and government that represents America. Despite unprecedented challenges, 2021 was a year of record progress for working families.


President Biden’s first year was the greatest year of job creation in American history, with more than 6 million jobs created.

Unemployment Rate

The unemployment rate dropped from 6.2% when Biden took office to 3.9%, the biggest single year drop in American history.

Unemployment Claims

The average number of Americans filing for unemployment has been near its lowest level since 1969. When the President took office, over 18 million were receiving unemployment benefits, today only 2 million are—also the biggest single year drop in history.

Economic Legislation Passed

Most significant by economic impact of any first-year president.

Child Poverty

Experts estimate the lowest child poverty rate ever in 2021.

Expanded Access to Health Care

Nearly 5 million Americans have newly gained health insurance coverage.

Reduced Hunger

The number of households reporting that they sometimes or often did not have enough food to eat dropped by 32%

Judges Confirmed

More judges confirmed to lower federal courts than any president since President Kennedy.

Judges That Reflect Our Nation

More Black women appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals than any president – even over 8 years – in history.


First majority non-white Cabinet in history, with most women in the Cabinet, including first woman Treasury Secretary, first LGBTQ+ and Native American Cabinet officials, and first woman Director of National Intelligence.

Climate Investments

Largest investments ever in the power grid, electric vehicle chargers, and climate resilience.

Clean Water:

Largest investment and national, bipartisan plan to get safe and clean drinking water to all Americans.

Cleaner Cars

Strongest vehicle emissions standards ever to save drivers money at the pump and reduce pollution.


First-ever approvals of large-scale offshore wind projects.


Most diverse Administration in history – most women, people of color, disability, LGBTQ+, first generation American, and first-generation college graduates.



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