National Conference of Democratic Mayors

National Conference of Democratic Mayors The National Conference of Democratic Mayors (NCDM) is a forum to give Democratic Mayors a place to reflect their own unique views and objectives as the leaders of American cities.

NCDM MISSION Serve as the structure through which Mayors who subscribe to the principles of the Democratic Party can communicate and promote the goals of the party as they relate to cities; Act as a liaison between the nation’s Democratic Mayors, the Democratic National Committee and other Democratic Organizations; and Create a political network of Mayors to affect local, state, and national elections and to aid in the reelection of incumbent Mayors who are members of the Democratic Party. COMMUNICATIONS - Email Newsletters featuring Talking Points, Democratic Mayors at Work, Best Practices, and More! - Website- POLICY - Policy Discussion at national NCDM meetings held twice a year in conjunction with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Regional Policy Forums and Policy Sessions on issues including Mortgage Foreclosures, Transportation, and Public Safety. - Talking points on key political issues of national and local significance - Opportunities to engage with Democratic Leadership on urban policy LEADERSHIP R.T. Rybak, President- City of Minneapolis, MN Brenda Lawrence, 1st VP- City of Tallahassee, FL John Marks, 2nd VP- City of Southfield, MI Ralph Becker, 3rd VP- City of Salt Lake, UT Annise Parker, 4th VP- City of Houston, TX Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Secretary- City of Baltimore, MD Frank Ortis, Treasurer- City of Pembroke Pines, FL Michael Nutter, National Finance Chair- City of Philadelphia, PA

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Read a few quotes from Democratic Mayors about the Debate last night:

"What Mitt Romney didn’t say tonight is that he opposed every step that President Obama took to help get the economy back on its feet — including, as mayors know, keeping police officers, firefighters and teachers on the job. Worse, Romney didn’t level with us that he’d make even more drastic cuts that would throw more people out of work. Mitt Romney would destroy the partnership that President Obama has built with America’s cities that has helped us weather tough times and build our future."
R.T. Rybak
Mayor of Minneapolis, MN

"The president was steady, concrete and informed. He appeared as a leader who understood the challenges and opportunities facing this nation. Romney did exactly what we expected. He was aggressive and willing to say whatever he had to say to win style points. It's Romney who will have to explain himself after this debate."
Michael B. Hancock
Mayor of Denver, CO

"It's really pretty simple, the President believes the place to create jobs is by strengthening the cities and the country's infrastructure....Governor Romney believes that we should cut our way to a great economy. Considering that all indicators show that 90-94% of the GDP will be created in cities anyone who lives in a metro area should be voting for the President."
John Dickert
Mayor of Racine, WI

"I was pleased to watch tonight's debate with supporters of President Obama," said Syracuse Mayor Stephanie A. Miner. "This debate will give the President the opportunity to make his case to the American people for why his plan is the clear path forward for the United States. President Obama has the vision to create a new energy economy, which has the potential to benefit the growth of Syracuse's booming green technology industry, transitioning us away from fossil fuels and into domestically produced renewable energy."
Stephanie Miner
Mayor of Syracuse, NY

News & Press Releases - City of Boston

Boston Mayor Thomas Menino will announce a series of "green" initiatives this week, beginning with an innovative plan that makes home energy-measuring devices available at all Boston Public Libraries!

Department: AllArts, Tourism & Special EventsBoston Centers for Youth and FamiliesBoston Emergency Medical ServicesBoston Public Health CommissionDepartment of Neighborhood DevelopmentElection DepartmentEnvironmental ...


Lee Leffingwell (D) will be sworn in as the new Mayor of Austin, TX today at 4pm! We are sure he will serve the city well!

Mayor Announces Summer Job Program |

Several Democratic Mayors including Michael Coleman of Columbus, OH and Gavin Newsom of San Fransisco, CA have announced new Youth Summer Jobs programs using federal stimulus money.

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman announces Summer Job program, using federal stimulus money.

City of Philadelphia | Office of the Mayor :: Michael A. Nutter

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has announced an addition $13.5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act money will go towards crime prevention and safety in Philadelphia.

June 17 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced details today of $13.5 million in Recovery Act funds for public safety in Philadelphia including $2.5 million for a high-tech Real Time Crime Center at Police ...


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