The National Conference of Democratic Mayors (NCDM) is a forum created in the 1970’s to give Democratic Mayors a place to reflect their own unique views and objectives as the leaders of American cities. The NCDM’s mission is to:

  • 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.

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Republicans a Scarcity Among Big City Mayors

On November 8th, Rachel Maddow ran a segment entitled Republicans a Scarcity Among Big City Mayors. In the report, Maddow addressed the growing trend of urban centers electing Democrats. Democratic Mayors represent the twelve largest cities in the U.S. and hold office in 27 of the 30 largest American cities causing......(Read More)

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