Building Community from Common Ground Up

We need a new type of politics that brings us together behind shared interests and bold ideas. Through our collective efforts, progress and change is possible while preserving Cape Cod’s natural resources and rustic charm.

Facebook\GraphNodes\GraphNode Object
    [items:protected] => Array
            [created_time] => DateTime Object
                    [date] => 2020-02-24 12:05:58.000000
                    [timezone_type] => 1
                    [timezone] => +00:00

            [message] => As we come to the end of Black History Month, if you haven't already, I recommend using this time as an opportunity to explore and celebrate the rich legacy of Black Cape Codders. From sea captains to cranberry farmers, from whalers to small business-owners, from Cape Verdean to West African to Jamaican, Black locals have always helped make Cape Cod the wonderful place it is. The Zion Union Heritage Museum, the African-American Heritage Trail of Martha's Vineyard, and the Museum of African American History and Black Heritage Trail of Nantucket (as well as our local libraries!) are all fantastic local resources for learning about and celebrating Black history on Cape Cod. Our diversity is what makes us strong — let's celebrate it, now and all year long!
            [id] => 219351138608689_655267021683763


Meet Josh

I was born in Houston Texas and raised
in Dennis, here in the First Barnstable District. I graduated from Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School in 2000 as a member of the class of the new millennium. I attended Hofstra University in New York graduating with a Bachelors degree…