We are the Municipal Committee representing the Democratic Party in Pequannock Township, NJ. Our committee members are also part of the Morris County Democratic Committee, representing our town and the party across all of Morris County. 

The Municipal Committee consists of two District Chairs from each of the 12 voting districts in Pequannock. Every two years, District Chairs petition to be on the primary election ballot and are elected by their Democrat neighbors. 

The role of the Municipal Committee is to build the Democratic party in town, encourage and facilitate voter participation, provide information about state and national Democrat candidates, and engage with local issues that are important to our voters. 





New members are always welcome, either as District Chairs or meeting and event participants.


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Land Acknowledgment

Pequannock Township exists on the ancestral homelands of the Lenape people, whose language provides us with the names Pompton and Pequannock. The Lenape peacefully roamed and farmed the land of this region until they were displaced by colonial settlers and forced into the northern mountains and beyond. We honor the Indigenous people who gently walked this land before us. We commit to educate our residents of the importance of the Lenape to our local history and to be better stewards of the land we inhabit.


Recent posts

Welcome New Committee Members

Jun 22, 2023

Congratulations to the new Pequannock Democratic Committee members that were elected on June 6th! The committee held our bi-annual reorganization meeting on Monday, June 19th to install new members, elect officers, and discuss the upcoming legislative and county races. Save the date for our Summer Meeting & Social – Sunday, July 9th, 2PM – 4PM.

Land Acknowledgment

Mar 07, 2022

In March, 2021, members of the Pequannock Democratic Committee researched the history of the Lenape people in our area, connected with experts and sought their feedback, and drafted a Land Acknowledgment that was approved by the committee. The land acknowledgment is read at the start of our meetings and events as a reminder that long […]

Congresswoman Sherrill’s #SummerofSALT

Jul 01, 2021

#SummerofSALT State and Local Tax deduction cap hurts NJ families Congresswoman Sherrill has been fighting to repeal the cap since her first day in office Send your story about how SALT has impacted you to saltstory@mail.house.gov Congresswoman Sherrill launches #SummerofSALT advocacy campaign From the Congresswoman’s newsletter: When I speak with my constituents about the issues that […]

Pequannock Township Pride Month Proclamation

May 27, 2021

Read the Pride Month Proclamation that was presented at the May 25th, 2021 Pequannock Township Council meeting.  Download PDF for accessibility

Pride Month, Cannabis, Parking Problems: 5/25 Town Council

May 25, 2021

March 25th Town Council Meeting View agenda Pride Month At the urging of Social Equity Council, PROPEL, and Pequannock Democratic Committee members, the Town Council read a Proclamation recognizing and supporting June as Pride Month. Read it  Cannabis Ordinance A public hearing on the proposed ordinance to prohibit the operations of cannabis establishments in town […]

We’re back in person! June 16th Meeting @ Greenview

May 21, 2021

Reconnect with Pequannock Democrats We are thrilled to schedule our first in-person meeting since February of 2020! Our June meeting will be an informal social gathering at the Greenview Park Pavilion where you can reconnect with fellow Dems, chat with the Morris County Commissioner candidates, find out what we’ve been up to and what’s coming […]