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Aimee Coolidge, longtime Democratic chair, appointed chair emerita

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At the Arlington Democratic Town Committee's April 11 virtual meeting, Aimee Coolidge stepped down from her role as cochair after 18 years at the helm of the committee. Once the election of officers was complete, she was then unanimously designated as the committee's first ever chair emerita, in honor of her many years of service as chair.

Beginning as chair in 2004, Aimee has given countless hours of her time in service to the Arlington Democratic Town Committee. She has worked to create an inclusive, positive and active Democratic Party in town, helping to make Arlington a progressive powerhouse and a stronghold of Democratic votes. Aimee organized many coordinated Democratic campaigns over the years, increased committee membership and connected the Arlington Democratic Town Committee to many other like-minded organizations across the Commonwealth.

The Arlington Democratic Town Committee would like to thank Aimee for her years of service and looks forward to continuing to work together in the years ahead!

For more information, visit or, or call Stephanie Swanson, 716-435-4153.

This news announcement was published Monday, April 25, 2022.

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