Sign petitions to help Democrats get on the ballot

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Democrats seeking office need YOUR signatures in order to be placed on the Primary Election ballot.  The Clinton County Democratic Committee is holding several Petition Signing Events to make it easier for you! Democrats seeking office have been invited to attend. Soup & Sign February 4: 6-8 p.m.Lock Haven Enjoy free soups (six choices!), enjoy […]

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See what offices are up for election in 2020

(Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect the new dates for the Primary Election and the preceding voter registration and mail-in ballot application deadlines.) The people of Clinton County, PA, have many decisions before them in 2020. Voters are tasked with learning about the candidates, signing petitions to help candidates get on the […]

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Eat at Wendy’s on January 27 to help raise funds for Relay for Life

The Clinton County Dems Kick Cancer Relay For Life team will be having a fundraiser at Wendy’s in Lock Haven on Monday, January 27. Plan to enjoy supper at Wendy’s and help the Clinton County Dems Kick Cancer. The team will receive 10% of all sales from 5 to 8 p.m. This includes dine-in, take-out […]

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Campaign School planned for January 25 in Scranton

Planning to run for public office or to support a campaign? Hear practical information on how to commence your candidacy and run an effective campaign! Campaign School is a regional event cosponsored by the League of Women Voters of Lackawanna County, the Political Science Department of the University of Scranton, and WNEP-TV The News Station […]

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What issues matter most to you? Take this survey.

So much is happening these days that it can sometimes feel overwhelming. That’s why we’ve decided to go back to basics to start off 2020! We want to ask you directly: which issues matter most to you?  The Clinton County Democratic Committee wants to know your thoughts on the issues impacting Central Pennsylvania specifically. Please […]

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Harding becomes first woman on commissioner board; Long wins City Mayor race

The Municipal Election held on Tuesday, November 5, saw many local offices up for grabs in Clinton County. While some individuals ran unopposed, there were a handful of seats that were contentious up until the last votes were tallied. By the end of the night, it was clear there were changes in store for Clinton […]

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