Actively working to turn the Pennsylvania State Legislature blue, district by district.
Taking Back Pennsylvania
Turn PA Blue is actively working to turn the Pennsylvania State Legislature blue, district by district, through volunteer recruitment, training, and mobilization to elect Democrats up and down the ballot. One win is not enough!! Democrats need to pick up 20 seats to flip the State House and 10 seats to do the same the PA State Senate.
How You Can Help Us
Absentee Ballot Program
We saw it in 2017 and we just saw it again with Conor Lamb. Every single vote counts! Turn PA Blue is working on an Absentee Ballot Program (with some amazing partners) to help increase absentee turnout for Dems in our targeted districts in 2018. We have just started fundraising for this very important project (and a fun event to raise money for this specific initiative is in the works). The more money we raise, the more voters we can reach. Every dollar you donate to the TPAB Absentee Ballot Program will go directly to funding this project. Donate Here Today!
Canvassing Volunteers Needed
Not all superheroes wear capes. Some wear comfortable shoes and save our democracy one door knock at a time. Here’s why you should give it a try: canvassing is the most effective way to identify support, persuade undecideds, and increase voter turnout. We understand that it’s also intimidating for many volunteers. Turn PA Blue wants to give you the information you need to master the art of the door knock and match you up with campaigns where you’re needed most. We promise these face-to-face conversations with your fellow citizens will be meaningful, rewarding, and fun.
Editorial Board: We recommend Wendy Ullman for Pennsylvania House District 143 – Opinion – The Intelligencer – Doylestown, PA
Two interesting essays — they pretty much say the same thing. Take out the word "Democrat" in the one essay and you could switch the names on the essays without making much of a difference. Where they part are not major deal-stoppers. Both essays read as coming from...read more
Younger voters appear less likely to turn out this year than older voters. For Democrats, that's a real problem. Source: Dems have an edge with young voters, but will they show up? |...read more
Internal poll shows state House candidate Emily Skopov within five points of House Speaker Mike Turzai | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper
The North Hills district traditionally backs Republicans, but has been trending towards Democrats over the last few years Source: Internal poll shows state House candidate Emily Skopov within five points of House Speaker Mike Turzai | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh...read more