#1 How to Run for Allegheny Democratic Committee
Feb 13 Petition Signatures to get on the ballot starts! Here’s a good manual for Committee Persons.
Wednesday, January 10 at the 14th Ward Democratic Committee Meeting
Meet and Greet 7:00-7:30pm. Information Session at 7:30pm.
Sixth Presbyterian Church, corner of Murray and Forbes Aves in Squirrel Hill.
Discussion on how to run for the Democratic Committee and what it means to serve on the 14th Ward Democratic Committee.
NOTE: This meeting is open to the public.
Please contact Sam Hens-Greco at email@example.com or at 412-427-2486 for questions.
#2 Ready to Run Pittsburgh: Campaign Training for Women
Saturday, January 27 at Chatham University Shadyside Campus
8:00am – 5:00pm. Registration fee $65 before Jan. 6, or $75 on or after Jan. 6.
Ready to Run™ Pennsylvania provides bi-partisan political training to encourage women to run for government leadership positions. The day-long program targets women considering or recently deciding to run for political office, providing training and mentoring by campaign professionals, political women, and officeholders.
Make a plan to get to the polls on May 16!
The 14WIDC mailed our yellow 2017 Voters Guide with a list of the Club’s endorsed candidates to the homes of all registered Democrats in the 14th Ward on Monday, May 8. Please check your mailbox for the flyer, or print the Voters Guide here to take with you to the polls. 2017 is an important election year with many judicial races, along with local elections for mayor, sheriff, city council and school board seats among others. Go vote and encourage your family, friends and neighbors to do the same.