Welcome to the Belknap County Democratic Committee

Representing Democrats in the towns of Alton, Barnstead, Belmont, Center Harbor, Gilford, Gilmanton, Meredith, New Hampton, Sanbornton, Tilton, and the city of Laconia, New Hampshire.




District 1

Center Harbor/New Hampton

District 2


District 3


District 4


Justin Borden


District 5

Laconia 1,3,4,5,6

Charlie St Clair


Patrick Wood


District 6

Gilford/Gilmanton/Ward 2 Laconia

Dana Hackett


 District 7


Bill O’Neil


Sherry Dumais (write-in)

District 8


George Condodematraky

Connecting with Democrats and like-minded Independents throughout Belknap County

First In The Nation

New Hampshire is well known for its first in the nation primary. This gives voters a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with Presidential candidates like no other state in the country. In the 2020 election cycle, Belknap County hosted over 20 Presidential hopefuls and our annual Summer Blue Bash drew a crowd of over 500! To see what’s happening in Belknap County, please visit our events page!

It is no secret that Belknap County’s history is majority Republican. We believe it is not because they have a better message but because they have deeper pockets. Take an active part in helping us elect Democrats to our county and state. Volunteer today and donate! Even a small monthly donation will go a long way to help us fight against the far right extremism that has taken over the county we love, so don’t hesitate, donate today!


Paid for by the Belknap County Democratic Committee. The Belknap County Democratic Committee does not take sides in contested elections and only supports those who are registered Democrats.

Historically the swastika was an oft-used symbol of divinity and spirituality by many religions stretching by thousands of years. More recently, it was corrupted by the Nazis and became a symbol of their hatred and anger. Along with their corrupted symbol, the Nazis pursued a philosophy of divide and conquer in their drive for power and control.

Acts of hate hurt us, one and all. These actions of painting swastikas, whether by ignorant children or hate-filled persons, are directed at our friends and neighbors in the Jewish Community in a way that conjures undead ghosts of the past. The vandalism in Laconia involving the use of Swastikas in unacceptable. Please support our friends in the vigil being held in Laconia on Sunday October 2nd at 1pm at Opechee Park.

The only way to fight hate is to shine our lights brighter by standing with those being targeted, supporting each other and raising our voices against the darkness.