The Primary is over. Our Democratic candidates have been selected. Unofficial results from Cumberland County can be found HERE. The CCDC website has been updated to reflect the results. PA Democratic State Committee (PADSC) Members and Cumberland County Precinct Committee People (PCP) are elected during the Primary. Congratulations to our newly elected PADSC and PCPs. Every precinct in Cumberland County is permitted to have 2 PCPs and we still have openings across the county for PCP positions. PCPs can be appointed by the CCDC chair after the CCDC reorganization on June 4. These positions are VITAL to get our Democratic candidates across the finish line in November. Interested in being part of the team that defeats Republicans in November? Contact us HERE and CCDC will be in touch about details.
CCDC extends a sincere thank you to ALL the candidates who stepped up to represent us in Cumberland County. You are ALL winners in our book. Thank you also to the volunteers, poll workers, and voters. Without YOU none of this would be possible. Now the real work begins! How much do you want Dems to win in November? Show it by getting involved. The Cumberland County Democratic Committee is working to build our infrastructure. We need neighborhood block captains on every street to help turn out Dems in November. Join us! https://cumberlandcountydems.com/volunteer/
CCDC is proud to be
A MESSAGE FROM CCDC CHAIR
Welcome to the Cumberland County Democratic Committee!
Local people are working to elect Democrats at all levels of government to build a better, more inclusive and equitable Cumberland County for all. Join your neighbors – Precinct Committee People, Area Leaders, Officers and State Committee representatives – all striving together to reunite and rebuild our communities.
The heart of the CCDC is grassroots activists. We hope you’ll become active with the Cumberland County Democrats today.
“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy.
You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer,
you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.”
— Martin Luther King, Jr