Event Postponed

COMMISSIONER CANDIDATE FORUM RESCHEDULED

Due to a death in the family of one of the commissioner candidates, the League of Women Voters has rescheduled the Haverford Township Commissioner Candidate Forum to Monday, October 9. 

The forum originally scheduled for this Wednesday, September 27 has been postponed. Details on a location are pending. All 8 commissioner candidates have agreed to attend on October 9.

Show Your Support

LAWN SIGNS . . . . FREE & EASY!!!

HTDemocrats are making it super easy to get a lawn sign this year.   
Request a lawn sign for the local candidate (or candidates) of your choice.

Volunteers Needed!

With your help, We Can Win this November!
Fact: Democrats outnumber Republicans in Haverford Township by almost 800 registrations.
Fact: Democrats outnumber Republicans in Delaware County by 18,000 registrations.

Why do Republicans dominate the Township Commission and totally control the County Council? Because Democrats in the past have not shown up to vote in “off-year” elections. We can move past the nightmare of last November. Democratic victories in our 2017 races change local politics and build energy for the 2018 fight against Congressman Pat Meehan.  

Volunteer to GOTV!
Fall 2017 election is all about GOTV: Get Out and Vote!

Distribute literature on candidates and encourage Democrats to vote
Walk a few blocks for a couple of hours on a weekend or two.  It’s fun.  It’s healthy.  It’s how we win elections. 

Volunteer on Election Day!
Election Day is on Tuesday, November 7
Volunteer as a Greeter or Poll Watcher
Serve as a Greeter and Poll Watcher for 2-3 hours on Election Day, Nov. 7.

For More Information:
Contact : Joan Tarka at jtarka@aol.com
Joan is the Haverford Township's Democratic Party Volunteer Coordinator. She will connect you with the Democrat in your neighborhood who can give you the important, time-limited task you want to do. 

Selection vs. Election

Vice-Chair Rachel Amdur explains why the Democratic Party supports a democratic process in electing school board members. Our goal is election by the many, not selection by a few.

Event

What: HT Dems' Annual Fundraiser
When: Sat. October 7, 1:30-3:30
Where: 21 Tunbridge Road

Rep. Brendan Boyle

Representative Brendan Boyle, from Pennsylvania’s 13th congressional district, will be the special guest at this year’s fundraiser for the Haverford Township Democratic Party.  Rep. Boyle, one of just five Democrats in Pennsylvania’s 18-member congressional delegation, will talk about what it’s like doing the people’s business in Washington, D.C. these days.  Known as an advocate for income equality and universal health care, Rep. Boyle is a reminder of what the congressional delegation from our Democratic-majority state could look like … without gerrymandering! 

This fundraiser provides crucial operating funds for the Democratic Party and will replenish the campaign coffers that our local party contributed to our 2017 commissioner candidate races.

If you can come and write a $1,000 check, we’ll break out in song and name you a “Host” of the event!  Requested donations range down from that generous amount to $250 for Sponsors or $100 for Supporters. HT Democratic Committee people and members of H-CAN are invited to attend for $50.   

Come and enjoy the hospitality of Arlin and Paula Yudenfriend Green, meet other Democrats, and get acquainted with Rep. Boyle, one of our state’s few Democratic champions in D.C. 

Virtual Fundraiser for Commissioner Candidates

Voter Information

Planning on being away during the November 7 election? 
Be sure to include a POSTAGE STAMP for your absentee ballot!

Ah, but first you must be registered to vote and must apply for your absentee ballot.
Complete information on registering to vote or obtaining & submitting an absentee ballot

Mark your calendar:
October 10
Last day you can to register to vote in November 7 election

October 31
Last day your absentee ballot application can arrive in Media, PA

November 3
Last day your absentee ballot can arrive in Media, PA

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