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 … More Campaign School planned for January 25 in Scranton
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 … More What issues matter most to you? Take this survey.
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 … More Harding becomes first woman on commissioner board; Long wins City Mayor race
A forum being held on October 22 will feature candidates seeking to become Clinton County Commissioners and Lock Haven City Mayor. This Candidates’ Forum, being held by the Clinton County Christian Coalition, will take place on Tuesday, October 22, from 7-9 p.m. It will be held in the large courtroom at the Clinton County Courthouse, 230 E. … More Christian Coalition plans Candidates Forum for October 22
Those interested in hearing from the two candidates seeking to become the next mayor of Lock Haven are invited to attend the Political Forum being held by The Express on October 28. Democrat Joel Long won his party’s nomination in the spring primary election. The event will take place at The Elks Lodge, 2nd floor … More Forum for city mayoral candidates slated for October 28