News from Horsham Democratic Committee

Please plan to attend our public monthly meeting:

Tuesday, September 17, at 7 PM at Yuong Presbyterian Church on 706 Witmer Road in Horsham. We will provide you with an update on our campaign activities for Horsham Township Council & Hatboro-Horsham School Board Candidates, and our plans to help ensure they all win on November 5th.


Last Sunday we kicked off our Fall canvassing with State Senator Maria Collett inspiring over 20 volunteers to knock doors to win in November.   


Less than eight weeks until election, let's hit the streets.

Wednesday, September 18, 4:00-6:00 PM, join County Commissioner Ken LawrenceCounty Recorder and Ambler Mayor Jeanne Sorg and Sheriff Sean Kilkenny at Council Candidate Lisa Cellini's house, 1021 Balmoral Way, Maple Glen 19002. 



Saturday, September 21, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM,
the Barn, 524 Cedar Hill Rd., Ambler 19002 for our first Phone Bank. Bring your phone and we will supply the script and instructions. Calling is a great way to reach people we can't reach by canvassing.


Saturday, October 5, 1:00 - 3:00 PM
, you won't want to miss this special canvassing event with a surprise guest to fire us up and join us knocking on doors.  Stay tuned for more details.


Saturday, October 26, 10:00 AM: Congresswoman Madeleine Dean
will be joining us to knock on doors! Stay tuned for more details!


These are in addition to our regular weekly canvassing:

Saturdays 10:00 - 11:00 AM, the Barn, 524 Cedar Hill Rd., Ambler 19002, for our weekly distribution of walk sheets. You can walk your turf anytime during the week when you have time. Most turfs can be completed in about an hour.
Wednesdays, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Council Candidate Lisa Cellini's house, 1021 Balmoral Way, Maple Glen 19002.


Want to help, in other ways? Here are some examples:

Want to call voters, but want to do it on your own time?  We have a virtual phone bank. Click here for instructions and start making calls when you are ready. Phone bank instructions

If you are comfortable filling out forms on your computer, you can enter canvassing data into our database. We will train you, and you can do this at home any time that works for you.

Want something more hands on? We have to set up bundles of palm cards for our canvassers. This can also be done at home at your convenience.  

Want to get the candidates together with your neighbors? You can host an informal event at your home. We will do most of the work.

If any of these interest you, or if you want to help in other way, let us know here: Get involved 


BIG NEWS IN PA ABSENTEE VOTERS!!

For the first time ever, Pennsylvanians will now be able to apply online for absentee ballots! On-line applications will be available beginning Monday 9/16 at votespa.com/applyabsentee



If for some reason you cannot participate in our activities, you can still support the Horsham Democratic Committee in our efforts to elect Democratic Candidates. Elections are costly and even a small contribution can make a big difference. Please make a donation today to support our candidates and our efforts to elect them.

Horsham Dems 2019 Meeting Schedule

Horsham Democratic Committee meets on the third Tuesday of each month. From now until the election, we will focus on the campaigns and what we need to do to win! Plan to attend and learn how you can help make history in Horsham. 

Our 2019 meeting schedule is as follows: 
September 17
October 15
November 19 - 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 706 Witmer Road in Horsham, PA 19044,  beginning at 7PMYou can find our complete event listing on Facebook here.{{broadcaster.name}}

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