Map Of Polling Places Added

Click over to our Tools page, and scroll down to see our newest feature here: an interactive map of all the polling places in Cumberland County. Thanks to the power of Google Maps, you can now see exactly where you should go to cast your vote in November. As always, we’d love to hear what you think of this new feature.

Summer Picnic Set For August 28

Fun In The Sun The annual summer Cumberland County Democratic Committee picnic is fast approaching.  Here’s all the details you need to join us for some fun in the sun. Where: Letort Park, 260 E. Pomfret St., Carlisle When: Saturday, August 28 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Cost: $20 per person, payable at the event How: very simple; RSVP, then show up.  If you’re coming out to the picnic on the 28th, please send us an email as soon Read more…

Onorato Campaign Event August 11

We just learned that Dan Onorato, candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, will be in Harrisburg Wednesday, August 11.  He’ll appear at the AFSCME Convention Center, 150 S. 3rd St., Harrisburg. Make sure you Like our Facebook page to keep up on other exciting campaign news this fall.

Sanders Campaign Making Change Happen

“After more than a month of constant campaign pressure from Democratic Candidate Ryan Sanders, Rep. Platts crossed party lines to vote in support of  the Democratic unemployment extension bill yesterday after initially voting against it. His vote came after passage of the bill in the Senate the day before, and with overwhelming Democratic support for the bill in the House.  So his vote means virtually nothing in terms of outcome. ‘Glad to have Mr. Platts Read more…

Sanders Praises Dems For Healthcare Reform Vote, Change

“(Shippensburg, PA) — Speaking to a packed house of supporters at the Shippensburg Fire House last evening Ryan Sanders praised the Geisinger Health Plan for no long excluding coverage for pre-existing health conditions. Sanders held up a letter his own small business received from the health care corporation and said, ‘it has taken years to come to this point where we can get guaranteed health care coverage without ‘pre-existing’ conditions — years — and you Read more…