Democratic Club of Ocean City/Berlin

The Democratic Club of Ocean City/Berlin (DCOCB) is the oldest of the three Democratic Clubs in Worcester County.  lt began as the Assateague Democratic Club, changed its name to the Ocean City/Assateague Democratic Club and in 2013 changed its name to Democratic Club of Ocean City/Berlin.  Our Mission Statement

The service area of DCOCB is Ocean City, West Ocean City, Assateague, South Point and Berlin.  Membership is open to any registered Democrat in Worcester County.

The club normally holds three meetings a year:  a spring meeting, our annual summer picnic, and a fall meeting.  In addition, we support the meetings of the other clubs and the Central Committee.  Coordinated efforts between the other clubs and the Central Committee include:

  • The annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Ocean City
  • The annual Kennedy-King Dinner
  • The annual Capture-the-Flag Party
  • The Labor Day Democratic Picnic
  • The Annual Holiday Dinner

The club also publishes a monthly e-newsletter - Democratic Wonderings -subscribe today!

Recent Announcements

  • State Presidential Primary Voting Info There will be mailing ballots to all registered voters in Worcester County (approximately 42,000 voters) beginning the week of April 27, with all ballots being in the mail by ...
    Posted Apr 26, 2020, 10:18 AM by DCOCB Staff
  • Blue Pledge IV 2020 Fundraising Effort
    Posted Apr 20, 2020, 6:32 AM by DCOCB Staff
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2016 Election Information

posted Sep 19, 2016, 1:27 PM by DCOCB Staff

General Election 2016

10/18    End of Voter Registration

10/20     Deadline for write in candidates

10/27     Early Voting Begins

11/03     Early Voting Ends

11/04     Absentee Ballot deadline for delivery

11/08     Absentee Ballot deadline for pickup

11/08     Election Day

New to this election year: 

  • Persons now are eligible to register after they are discharged from prison - previously they were eligible only after completing parole.[ The actual number of potential voters who think they are ineligible to vote]

  • Individuals may now register electronically on the State Board of Elections web site and present valid identification when voting. [Voters already registered do not have to furnish identification] 

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