Please join us as we kick off Senator Art Haywood’s 2018 re-election campaign- The Campaign for Compassion!
2018 is here. The fight to take back Pennsylvania and the country is now. Come hear how Art has been helping to lead the fight on key issues like, public education, healthcare for all, raising the minimum wage, gun violence prevention and the movement to turn PA blue.
Come, chat with Art and fellow supporters and learn how you can be a part of the effort to win the state and save the nation.
Sign-up to canvass in Upper Providence with Katie Muth, candidate for State Senate District 44, Joe Webster, candidate for State House 150 and Melissa Shusterman, candidate for State House District 157! We will meet at 12pm at 85 Hannah Court and canvass from 12:30pm-3:30pm on Saturday, March 17th.
Please make sure to sign-up https://secure.ngpvan.com/
Sunday, March 18 3PM – 5PM
The Home of Jan Swenson and Bill Katz
121 Merbrook Lane, Merion Station
Suggested Contribution Levels:
RSVP: Right here or to Jan Swenson at 610-664-8471 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pay online by credit card at: www.actblue.com/donate/
If paying by check at event please make contributions payable to
Friends of Jennifer O’Mara
Please note: no corporate checks can be accepted.
Visit wwwvoteomara.com to learn more about Jennifer
Paid for by Friends of Jennifer O’Mara
for an Inspiring Meet and Greet with Daryl Boling 2018 Democratic Candidate for Pennsylvania State Representative
A Leader. A Community Builder.
— Will Fight to Restore our Democratic Values —
It’s Time to Restore Sanity to our Dysfunctional State Legislature.
Guest Speaker: Jeanne Sorg, Mayor of Ambler Borough
Selected Stories of Empowerment, Resistance, and Hope
Join us for wine, cheese, and sweet delights!
Let’s Go Boling!
All three candidates for the new Congressional District 04 (PA-04) will be in attendance: Mary Jo Daley, Madeleine Dean, and Shira Goodman! Each candidate will introduce themselves and there will be time for Q&A.
Candidate petitions will be available to sign! Attending does NOT obligate you to sign–petitioning is how candidates get included in the primary.
This event is open to anyone of any political persuasion!
This event will be held in Pfahler Hall Auditorium on the Ursinus College campus. Pfahler Hall is building #8 on the map found here:https://www.ursinus.edu/
More details to come, including EventBrite (to reserve your spot)!
You can see which district you’re in in this google doc”https://www.google.com/
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
People with disabilities, their family members, their friends, and those who work on their behalf are a full 63% of American voters*. Join other Democratic candidates and their campaigns from Southeastern PA to learn from local leaders in the disability community about how to keep campaigns (websites, communications, fundraisers, etc.) accessible to voters with disabilities. This forum will also touch upon current issues facing the disability community and provide time for candidates to share their plans for protecting our civil rights.
The Trump Administration has launched a continuous attack on our country’s environmental laws and protections, including repealing methane leak rules, weakening the Clean Air Act, cuts to the EPA, and a destructive infrastructure plan. Despite these challenges, Pennsylvanians know we have the technology at our fingertips to turn our country towards a brighter and more sustainable future.
Our mission at PennEnvironment is to highlight the urgent work we can continue to do to protect our Earth. As such, we are hosting a “Climate Solutions Expo” on March 26th, co-sponsored by Haverford College.
The goal of this event is to engage new members of our community, hear about concrete cases of how we can take action to confront climate change, and participate in tangible tactics that leverage science and research to promote thoughtful public policy to make a difference. As PennEnvironment is an advocacy organization, we use many of these tactics every day – such as writing Letters to the Editor, calling elected officials, petitioning campaigns, recording videos, lobbying, and more. As part of the growing RF100 Montgomery County initiative, we will also have breakout groups for township members to come together, meet one another, and discuss the local pursuit of 100% renewable energy.
Climate change is already threatening Pennsylvania, causing worsening flooding, higher rates of insect-borne disease, and increasing heat-induced mortality. Yet we also have the people and the potential to stand up for our health, our pocketbooks, and our planet. We hope you’ll join us, and be a part of the solution!