Marlborough Democrats plan caucus


Drone photography shows the new solar panels at Kane Elementary School in Marlborough. The solar panels went live in August.
Drone photography shows Kane Elementary School. The Marlborough Democratic City Committee will hold a caucus at the school June 10. Photo/Tami White

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Democratic City Committee will hold a caucus on June 10 to elect delegates and alternates to the Democratic State Convention in Lowell later this year.

The caucus will be held at Kane Elementary School. Doors will open at 9:30 a.m. with the caucus starting at 10 a.m.

“I encourage Marlborough Democrats to attend the caucus and participate in the democratic process at a grassroots level and network with fellow Democrats,” said Chairman Dan Caruso.

Marlborough is eligible for 22 delegates and 22 alternate delegates for the Sept. 23 state convention. Delegates will adopt a party platform and discuss other business.

Participation is open to all registered Marlborough Democrats and pre-registered Democrats who are at least 16 years old by May 23. Youths, minorities, people with disabilities and LGBTQ+ people who aren’t elected as delegates or alternates can apply to be add-on delegates to the caucus. They should apply by July 14 at 5 p.m. at

For people who want to participate, the committee is offering a virtual option. Participants who want to attend virtually need to register in advance at

Zoom participants will receive a confirmation email with the login information.

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