YORK TOWNSHIP DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION
WHO WE ARE
We're your neighbors!
Here at York Township Democratic Organization, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits.
We are the official Democratic Party organization for York Township, Illinois. York Township includes Oakbrook Terrace; most of Lombard, Oak Brook, and Villa Park; much of Elmhurst; and small portions of Downers Grove, Hinsdale, and Westmont.
We are your neighbors, coming together to make York Township a better place.We believe in the strength of diversity, the importance of climate change, socioeconomic equality, and being politically engaged and involved.
Join us every first Wednesday of the month, 7:30PM at the Lombard Community Center, 433 St Charles Rd, Lombard.
6/1/2020: Until we are able to meet again, please make sure you have signed up for our mailing list by CLICKING HERE.
3/13/20: Very regretfully, due to COVID19 concerns, York Township Democratic Organization will be postponing our Annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner until the spring or summer. Our Executive Committee made a tough choice today, and all agree that the safety of our family and friends comes before our tradition.
We will be honoring any tickets purchased for the spring/summer postponed dinner. However, we understand if you would like a refund. Please understand that we are an all volunteer organization and will refund you as fast as we can.
For refunds, please email with your name, address, and the ticket amount you purchased.
Once again, this was a tough choice to make, but the WHO and CDC agree the best way to curb the coronavirus is to stay away from crowded spaces, and we intend to listen.
Making A Difference
Join us the first Wednesday of the month, 7:30 PM, Lombard Community Center, 433 St. Charles Rd, Lombard
Due to COVID-19, we are meeting virtually until it is safe to meet again in person. Please sign up for our mailing list here:
One Step at a Time
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we are always recruiting new volunteers to become precinct committepersons or PCs. As a PC, you knock on doors in your neighborhood, informing voters of their choices of candidates, and federal, state, and local issues. Most PCs are elected, but you can be appointed to an empty precinct if yours is occupied.
Ensuring free and fair elections
Election judges are in high demand in York Township. The duties include signing in registered voters, explaining voting procedure and use of voting equipment, providing ballots, and monitoring the conduct of the election. The County provides training, and repeat volunteers will help guide you.