Morris Township Democrats 2021
Welcome to the Morris Township Democratic Committee’s website! MTDC is an active community of volunteers. Our goal is to boost awareness of and involvement in government at all levels, particularly at the municipal level in beautiful Morris Township, New Jersey.
We’re very proud of the progress we’ve made over the last few years in Morris Township. After many decades of Republican control, a majority of the governing five-person Township Committee now consists of Democrats: Mayor Jeff Grayzel, Deputy Mayor Mark Gyorfy, Committeepersons Cathy Wilson and Bud Ravitz. The Democrats are delivering on the promises they’ve made. They have dramatically improved the transparency and responsiveness of local government, helped make the Township’s infrastructure work for every neighborhood, and curbed out-of-control development, all while maintaining service levels and keeping taxes low. I urge all residents to remotely view Township Committee meetings or to view the videos of the meetings afterward on the Township’s website or on YouTube. I think you’ll be impressed.
Consider becoming an active member of the MTDC community. We welcome you to participate in our monthly meetings and to learn more about how you can get involved. We can use your help in whatever areas you feel comfortable helping – canvassing door-to-door (when conditions permit), making phone calls, stuffing envelopes, making a financial contribution so that our candidates can get their messages out, or even just making suggestions on how we can be more effective.
Please contact me or any member of MTDC if you’d like to be on our distribution list or if you have any questions. Thank you!
Chair, Morris Township Democratic Committee (MTDC)
You are Invited to Our Committee Meetings
The Morris Township Democratic Committee (MTDC) welcomes all residents to participate in our meetings, events and programs. Morris Township consists of 23 voting districts, and the committee consists of one man and one woman from each district. Ordinarily, our meetings are held at the Morris County Library on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. and are open to the public. In this time of COVID-19, however, our meetings will be held via teleconference until further notice.