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What’s New

Mail-in ballots are arriving in mailboxes across Cumberland County. Do you know School Board candidates can cross-file? Find your DEMOCRATIC candidates here.

Sample ballots are available for review so voters are ready to vote on November 2nd. Find them here.

Did you know Cumberland County is home to 10 local Democratic clubs?

  • Find your local Dem Club above under the Resources tab. Local Dem Dclubs are a great place to meet like-minded people, find opportunities to discuss important issues, and volunteer to get more Dems registered and elected in Cumberland County!

The voters in Cumberland County have cast their ballots for our Democratic candidates in the Pennsylvania General Election on November 2, 2021.

  • Meet the Democratic Candidates on the ballot in the PA General in the 2021 Elections above.
  • General Election Voter Registration and Mail-in Ballot deadlines here.

Meet Cumberland County Young Democrats (CCYD)

Young Democrats in Cumberland County are 18-36 years old and work to elect Democrats, advocate for progressive issues, and train the next generation of progressive leaders in Cumberland County. Join the discussion on Facebook or contact CCYD here today!

Stephanie Christ

Stephanie Christ

Chair

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.

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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