Democrats in Cambridge will hold caucuses in May and early June to elect a citywide total of 92 delegates and 44 alternates to the 2019 Massachusetts Democratic Convention. The convention will be held at the MassMutual Center in Springfield on September 14. The convention also gives delegates the chance to meet fellow activists, hear from elected officials, discuss issues, and attend trainings.

Caucus Locations and Times

WardDateTimeCaucus LocationCaucus Address
1 (East Cambridge) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway
2 (MIT and The Port) Fri. May 17 6:00 PM MIT New House Common Room (House 6), 471 Memorial Drive 471 Memorial Dr. 
3 (The Port and Inman Square) Sat. May 18 2:30 PM

Cambridge Public Library — Main Library

449 Broadway
4 (Riverside) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway
5 (Cambridgeport) Sat. June 1  10:00 AM LBJ Apartments Common Room 150 Erie St.
6 (Mid-Cambridge) Sat. June 1 1:30 PM

Cullinane Conference Center at Cambridge Spaulding Hospital

1575 Cambridge St.
7 (Aggasiz-Baldwin) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway
8 (Harvard Square) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway
9 (West Cambridge) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway
10 (Porter Square) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway
11 (North Cambridge) Sat. May 18 1:00 PM

Cambridge Ringe & Latin School (main cafeteria)

459 Broadway

To find out what ward you live in, visit www.wheredoivotema.com (MA Secretary of State site). Sign-in for each caucus will start 30 minutes before the official starting time, and attendees must be inside or in line to sign in no later than 15 minutes after the starting time.

The fine print: Caucuses are open to all registered and pre-registered Democrats in Cambridge. Pre-registered Democrats must be 16 years old by May 11, 2019. Same-day voter registration and pre-registration will be available at the caucuses. All caucus locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. Delegates will be equally divided between women and men. Youth, minorities, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ individuals who are not elected as delegates or alternates may apply to be "add-on" delegates, either at their caucus or online at www.massdems.org.

For more information, visit www.massdems.org or contact Warren Behr, Chair of the Cambridge Democratic City Committee, at 617-864-1494 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..