Please join us for a summer family picnic!
The Upper Dublin Democratic Committee & the Horsham Democratic Committee will host their Annual Summer Picnic.
Elected officials and candidates for office alike will be attending the Upper Dublin Democratic Committee and Horsham Democratic Committee’s Annual Summer Family Picnic on Sunday, July 14 at Mondauk Common Park Pavilion from 4 - 7pm.
At the event, families can enjoy live music, food, drinks and games.
State Senator Maria Collett (12th), State Representative Ben Sanchez (153rd), Montgomery County Commissioners Val Arkoosh and Ken Lawrence as well as candidates running for County Row Officer, Court of Common Pleas, the Upper Dublin Board of Commissioners and School Board Director will all speak at the event, rallying support for Democrats up and down the ticket.
Donations are suggested, as they will support campaign materials and financial assistance for candidates in Upper Dublin and Horsham. Help us win 2019 and send a message to Republicans!
Mondauk Common Park Pavilion, 1451 Dillion Rd, Ambler, PA 19002
Join us! More details at: Eventbrite RSVP
Local elections are won in the summer! And you can help us build the framework to win in 2019 and beyond! It's time to volunteer!
CANVASSING THIS WEEKEND
Saturday, July 13: Meet at the Barn, 524 Cedar Hill Rd., Ambler 19002 at 10:00 AM. Get some training, pick up walk sheets and go out and speak to voters that day, or at your convenience over the next 10 days.
Sunday, July 14: Meet at 1:00 PM at the back parking lot of Otto’s Brauhaus, 233 Easton Rd, Horsham 19044 and canvass with Sheriff Sean Kilkenny, the first Democratic Sheriff elected in Montgomery County (see more below) and School Board candidate DJ Schultz.
MEET THE DEMOCRATIC SHERIFF OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, HORSHAM DEMOCRATIC OFFICE HOLDERS, AND OUR 2019 CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL AND SCHOOL BOARD
Have you ever wondered what the Sheriff does? Now is your chance to find out. Meet Sheriff Sean Kilkenny on Saturday, July 20 at 10:00 at the Barn 524 Cedar Hill Rd., Ambler 19002.
Sheriff Sean Kilkenny, elected in 2015 and running for re-election in 2019, is the first Democrat to serve as Montgomery County Sheriff. The Sheriff’s Office of 112 Deputies and 20 Administrative Staff is responsible for Courthouse Security, Prisoner Transport, Regional Bomb Detection and Suppression, and serving Legal Papers. Kilkenny has increased diversity in the Office by doubling the hiring of women and minorities since taking office, and under his leadership has fully implemented the use of body cameras for Deputies.
Joining Sheriff Kilkenny will be current Democratic Horsham office holders and our candidates for Council and School Board. Come learn about the issues facing Horsham and the candidates’ plans for the future.
We will then do some door-to-door canvassing to spread the word to Horsham voters. If you can’t canvass Saturday, no problem. Pick up your walk sheets and canvass on your own schedule.
Now is a great time to speak to voters and get them on board behind our candidates.
ANOTHER CHANCE TO CANVASS WITH THE SHERIFF
Wednesday, July 17: Join Council Candidate Natasah Bagchi and Sheriff Kilkenny at 4:00PM at Natasha’s house, 1385 Bryant Ct., Ambler 19002 and then head out to speak to voters.
We are also canvassing twice each week:
Pick up walk sheets between 10 and 11 AM on Saturdays at The Barn at 524 Cedar Hill Rd., Ambler 19002.
Wednesday afternoons 4-6 PM:
Meet at Council candidate Lisa Cellini’s house, 1201 Balmoral Way, Maple Glen 19002, every Wednesday, except for July 17, when we will start from Natasha Bagchi’s house at 1385 Bryant Ct., Ambler 19002.
Sheriff Kilkenny will be canvassing with us on the 17th!
Want to canvass on your own time? NO PROBLEM. Email Mike Rodin and he will send you walk sheets, or help get you started on MiniVAN, the digital way to canvass.
Meet the Candidates
These are the local candidates running in the election this year.
Hatboro-Horsham School Board:
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Horsham Dems 2019 Meeting Schedule
Horsham Democratic Committee meets on the third Tuesday of each month. Our agenda includes presentations by candidates for public office, updates by elected officials, and practical information for committee members and guests. Our 2019 meeting schedule is as follows:
NO HORSHAM DEMS MEETING ON JULY 16; ATTEND AN EVENT OR HELP OUT INSTEAD
How to get involved
July 16th (cancelled)
November 19th - This will be a post-election Celebration and Volunteer Appreciation event
All of our regular meetings are hosted at the Yuong Sang Presbyterian Church on Witmer Road in Horsham, beginning at 7PM.