Be a Friendly Face at the Polls on Election Day
Help greet voters in Horsham Township this Nov. 3rd.
You will be keeping social distance at all times and direct voters' attention to a large poster of a sample ballot. You will not be handing anything to voters.
We are seeking cheerful greeters to thank voters for their patriotism, while observing the polls for irregularities.
Please contribute a few hours of your time. Mornings are most important, and we want to cover every poll, so if your local poll is covered, choose another site. Ask your friends to join you. Sign up below.
It is Now Easier Than Ever to Vote In Pennsylvania!
IT'S GET OUT THE VOTE TIME!
Let's not wake up on November 4th wishing we had done more.
Lit Drops and (optional) Canvassing
Show you support for Jonathan Kassa and all the Dems This Weekend Early Get Out the Vote
GOTV (Oct 31-Nov 3) All Hands on Deck for all our candidates
More Times to get out there! Additional Weekday and Weekend Slots
Phone Banks and Text Banks
Protect Democracy--Become a Poll Worker
Elections are made possible by thousands of regular citizens serving as poll workers across the Commonwealth.
This year, the need in Horsham is greater than ever! Many regular poll workers are older and at higher risk for contracting Covid-19, so are not able to serve.
This a great opportunity to participate hands-on in our democracy for those at lower risk, students age 17, and students and other young adults 18 or older. Training and PPE will be provided. These are paid positions. You must be a registered voter and a resident of Montgomery County, or a student age 17.
Our Candidates For President & Vice President
Our Candidate for State House of Representatives
Our Candidates for Congress
Our Candidates for PA Row Offices
Horsham Dems 2020 Meeting Schedule
Our 2020-2021 meeting schedule as follows:
January 12 (moved from third Tuesday due to School Board meeting)
February 9 (moved from third Tuesday due to School Board meeting)
May 11 (moved from third Tuesday due to Primary Election)
May 18--Primary Election
(no July meeting)
November 2--General Election
(no December meeting)You can find our complete event listing on Facebook here.