Help Conor Lamb turn PA-18 Blue

Special Election occurs March 13

“G.O.P Scrambles to Save House Seat,” says the NY Times. When a sex scandal forced Tim Murphy out of his very-safe congressional seat in southwest PA, his Republican allies did not anticipate a tough special election race. But Democrat Conor Lamb is giving his opponent, Rick Saccone a real run for his money. See the full NYTimes story.  

Lamb raised $550,000 to Saccone’s $200,000 last quarter. The Republicans are scared. They sent President Trump into the district in early January to stump for Saccone. Pence will follow in early February. The RNC is planning to pump $700,000 into a t.v. ad that smears Conor Lamb.

Conor Lamb is not running a national campaign. He needs donations from Democrats across Pennsylvania. We can build the momentum from Democratic victories in Alabama, Virginia, and Wisconsin by winning this special election.

Visit Conor Lamb’s website to donate money or volunteer to make calls from home. Havertown Democrat Mike Brenner is offering to drive himself and others to PA-18 to help with canvassing the weekend of March 3-4. Local Dems will house you! Reach Mike at brennermike42@gmail.com.

Township Commissioners Meetings

Haverford Township Commissioners meet on the first and second Mondays of each month, 7:00-9:00 p.m. The first Monday is the "working" meeting where commissioners discuss matters before them. The second Monday is the "regular" meeting where citizens can speak and commissioners take votes. Both meetings are open to the public.

Meetings are currently held at the Quatrani Bldg., 2325 Darby Rd. We will let you know when meetings move to the township's new administration building.

Read summaries of 2018 commissioner meetings

Here’s the township’s official calendar for all upcoming meetings, including the Zoning Board and Planning Commission meetings.

Video of the regular monthly Township Commissioner meetings is available on Haverford Township's YouTube channel.