Lee Griffin, 12th congressional candidate, to host virtual meet & greet

Lee Griffin, Democrat for PA 12th Congressional District, will host a virtual meet and greet with Clinton County voters via Zoom as part of his 15-county tour. Margie Brown, candidate for PA State Senate, will also participate as a special guest co-host. The event will take place at 6 p.m. on Monday, August 3. Learn … More Lee Griffin, 12th congressional candidate, to host virtual meet & greet

Margie Brown, Joe Waltz participate in Democratic Campaign HQ grand opening

Margie Brown, Democratic nominee for Pennsylvania’s 25th Senate District, visited Lock Haven on July 1, 2020, to attend the grand opening of the Clinton County Democratic Party’s campaign headquarters. Also at the event was Joe Waltz, Democratic nominee for state representative in Pennsylvania’s 76th District House, who will be sharing the office for his campaign … More Margie Brown, Joe Waltz participate in Democratic Campaign HQ grand opening

Clinton County Democrats to hold grand opening, ribbon cutting at Election Office on July 1

The Clinton County Democratic Election Office will open on July 1 at 108 Bellefonte Ave. A ribbon cutting will take place at 1 p.m., and light snacks and refreshments will be available. An online component is also being planned for the grand opening, so that people can safely tune in from home to get a … More Clinton County Democrats to hold grand opening, ribbon cutting at Election Office on July 1

Who’s moving on to the November ballot?

June 2, 2020, marked the primary election. Those who received a majority of votes from their respective party in the primary move on to the November election. Several candidates were running unopposed in their respective races; however, there were contested races for Pennsylvania Auditor General and the U.S. Presidency. Here’s a quick rundown of how … More Who’s moving on to the November ballot?

Apply for a Mail-In Ballot by May 26 and vote from home

Eligible to vote, but worried about making it to the polls on June 2? Consider submitting a mail-in ballot to be sure your voice is heard. Pennsylvania has enacted legislation to allow for “no excuse” voting via mail-in ballots, meaning anyone who is registered to vote can apply to vote by mail. The application can … More Apply for a Mail-In Ballot by May 26 and vote from home