Petition-signing events planned for Democrats seeking office

Democrats seeking office need YOUR signatures in order to be placed on the Primary Election ballot.

The Clinton County Democratic Committee is holding a few upcoming Petition Signing Events to make it easier for you! Meet Democrats seeking office and help them get on the ballot.

Mix Tape & Sign

February 15: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Local band Mix Tape will perform at Avenue 209 Coffee Shop, 209 Bellefonte Ave., Lock Haven, on Wednesday, February 15 for a petition-signing event. Come listen to music, and sign petitions at the same time!

(Did you know? Mix Tape features Lock Haven City Mayor Joel Long, who is running for reelection this year.)

Soup & Sign

February 16: 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Enjoy free soups (six choices!), take part in fellowship with like-minded community members, and sign petitions for Democrats seeking office. The event will take place at the Clinton County Piper Building, 2 Piper Way, Lock Haven.

Soups will be available for take-out as well, for a small donation.


Individuals seeking office must circulate petitions to collect signatures of people supporting their candidacy for office in order to be placed on the election ballot. These petitions must be circulated during a certain time frame, from February 14 to March 7 for the 2023 Primary Election. The petitions are filed with the county Election Office.

Those signing petitions must live in the respective municipality for municipal candidates and live in any Clinton County voting precinct to sign petitions for our county-wide offices. Individuals may only sign one petition per office.

Looking for more information about candidates?

Check out what offices are up for election and see who is seeking office at

Can you circulate petitions for candidates?

Contact us using the form below to see how you can get involved!

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