We’re ready to fight

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* JOIN US *

Our progressive values are under attack. Social Security and Medicare are in danger. The struggle for the environment, social justice, voting rights and increasing the minimum wage are all being challenged. We need to fight back. We need to organize. We need to take action.

Montco DFA’s  national organization, Democracy for America,  states it well:

“We have a lot of work ahead of us to delegitimize, obstruct, and stop Donald Trump from moving forward on his agenda, regardless of the issue.”

“It is time to begin a mass mobilization of the American people to oppose Donald Trump and his hateful, destructive agenda.”

There are many progressive issues that need to be defended. Help us decide. Will you join the movement?

Join us on December 1 to begin our fight against the Trump agenda.

In the meantime, there is one undecided Senate race. Louisiana votes on Dec 10 in a runoff election. If you want to support the Democrat in the race go to http://www.fostercampbell2016.com/donate/

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* WHAT *   * WHEN *   * WHERE *
Montco DFA’s December meeting
Thursday, December 1, 2016
7:30 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Working on the big picture together,
Mary, Ken, and Bev

Steering Committee, Montco DFA

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

No Montco DFA meeting this week — SIGN UP for GOTV!

The most bizarre — and consequential — presidential campaign in living memory is finally nearing it’s end, and the final push is ON to help HILLARY defeat He Who Shall Not Be Named. And right alongside it, is the crucial US Senate race to replace the extremist former Wall St. trader and head of the rightwing Club for Growth, Republican Pat Toomey, with an environmental and reproductive justice champion, Democrat  KATIE McGINTY. Down-ballot, ALL the Democratic candidates from US Congress to our state legislature can make an enormous difference in the direction of our state and country.

It’s crucial that we all get out and work to get Democrats elected, up and down the ballot. So Montco DFA is CANCELLING our Nov. 3 meeting  so we can all maximize our time and effectiveness for volunteering.

HOW TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE:

• CANVASSING is far and away THE most effective way to mobilize voters

• PHONING is THE most effective way to mobilize voters who cannot be reached by door-knocking, such as in apartment buildings with locked outside doors.

• Dropping off snacks, bottled water, and/or food is also helpful and much appreciated.

• (Want to drive voters who need a ride to the polls? This is being organized separately from the GOTV. Call 878-777-3861.)

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* The Best Way to Sign Up to Volunteer in Montco *
The  Hillary Coordinated Campaign in Montgomery County says that the best way to sign up to volunteer from here to the finish line is:

1. Choose the 3-hour shift(s) that you want to volunteer for:
• Today through Monday, Nov. 7 — shifts start at 9:00am, 12:00 noon, 3:00 pm, and  6:00 pm
• ELECTION DAY, Nov. 8 — shifts start at 8:00 am, 11:00 am, 2:00 pm, and 5:00 pm

2. Decide what action(s) you want to do:
Canvassing and/or Phoning and/or Donate food/bottled water.

3. Call or email to sign up:
• Kristen Johnson — Kjohnson@PAvictory.com, or 910-257-1873
• Nathanial Lewis — Nlewis@PAvictory.com or 330-622-1634

4. Kristen or Nathanial will let you know where to be! There are many offices and staging areas being set up to maximize all our efforts.

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Montco DFA’s NOVEMBER meeting
Thursday, May 3, 2016
is CANCELLED so we can all go VOLUNTEER!
See you all on December 1st!
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Let’s make this HAPPEN!
Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

People Power Night at Montco DFA

From the start, Montco DFA has been about restoring citizen ownership of our democracy through bottom-up grassroots activism. Well, no time like the present!

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* PEOPLE POWER NIGHT *
Join our October 6th meeting for a fun evening working together in support of two of our 2016 endorsees. We’re taking on some nitty-gritty campaign tasks that are as basic to campaigns as the volunteering workhorses of phone banking and door knocking.

For AL DERMOVSESIAN‘s campaign for PA Rep in the 152nd we’ve taken on prepping one of his mailings so it’s ready to go out on schedule. Al Dermo’s opponent is getting worried enough that he actually started door knocking for the first time since he took his seat ten years ago. Al Dermo has him on the run — let’s help put his campaign over the top!

For MARY ELLEN BALCHUNIS’ campaign for US Congress in the 7th District, we’ll be assembling lawn signs, so they’re ready to be distributed to supporters to build name recognition and support in her district. Mary Ellen ran two years ago and established a solid foundation for this year’s run. And it’s paying off: her race is gaining real ground. Let’s add a little more wind under her wings! (Tip for volunteers: The sign wickets give off black dust, so wear old clothes, and bring gloves if you have some.)

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* WHAT * WHEN * WHERE *
Montco DFA’s October meeting
Thursday, October 6, 2016
7:30 pm to 9 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

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* AND MORE… *
CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS in Montgomery County before the registration deadline of October 11. Go online to:
https://www.pavoterservices.state.pa.us/Pages/voterregistrationstatus.aspx

VOLUNTEER AT MONTCO’s COORDINATED CAMPAIGN OFFICES
Be part of the big push to November 8! Volunteer and help EVERY candidate on the ticket by working through the Montco Coordinated Campaign Offices:

LANSDALE Coordinated Campaign Office
14 East 6th Street, Lansdale
Contact: Alexa Williams at 703-965-7375 or alwilliams@PAvictory2016.org

NORRISTOWN Coordinated Campaign Office
9 South Forrest Ave., Norristown
Contact: Marlou Taenzer at 603-727-8622 or mtaenzer@PAvictory2016.org

ELKINS PARK Coordinated Campaign Office & EASTERN MONTCO HQ
170 Yorktown Plaza, Elkins Park
Contact: Dean Anthony at 678-646-7097 or danthony@PAvictory2016.org
Abington  Evelyn Williamson — ewilliamson@pavictory2016.org
Abington    Melissa Edberg— medberg@pavictory2016.org
Ambler    Rachel Pollak— rpollak@pavictory2016.org
Cheltenham    Nathaniel Lewis— nlewis@pavictory2016.org
Cheltenham    Kristen Johnson— Kjohnson@pavictory2016.org
Horsham    Riju Das— rdas@pavictory2016.org
Springfield    Kara Gooley— kgooley@pavictory2016.org
Upper Morland    Max Kramer— mkramer@pavictory2016.org
Whitpain/Lower Gynedd    Carla Pierre— cpierre@pavictory2016.org

Come on out — let’s make some history together!
Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

Copyright © 2016 Montco DFA, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
Montco DFA
PO Box 7102
Elkins Park, PA 19027

So many campaigns — so little time!

Our already-momentous 2016 election cycle is about to ramp up — big time. On September 1st, join us in getting a handle on opportunities for using our grassroots activism to best advantage.

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* Feeling the Bern… the Struggle Continues *
Did you see Bernie’s August 24 roll out of his new independent progressive organization OurRevolution.com? Share your sense of the launch, the goals, the potential in the short and long term for impacting elections, issues, and public policy.

As Bill McKibben said about the presidential, “Our job is not to elect a savior. Our job is to elect someone we can effectively pressure.” [NOTE: MLK’s movement for voting rights would not have succeeded that same way if Goldwater was president rather than LBJ.]  Our Revolution will be part of that pressure, especially if we achieve a more progressive Democratic-controlled Senate and a wave of down-ballot progressives, through issue campaigns on the TPP, etc.(!), and through citizen actions on critical issues. Montco DFA, DFA national, and many progressive organizations share that mission. (Interested in some How To’s? Check out DFA’s Political Revolution Night School online learning.)

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* Eastern Montco Coordinated Campaign Offices *
To maximize the effectiveness of our Democratic candidates’ volunteers and voter mobilization efforts across Montgomery County, the Clinton campaign is opening a growing number of field offices under 3 Montco Regional HQs. (See a partial list of offices and organizers below.)

DEAN ANTHONY, the Regional Field Organizer for Eastern Montco for the Clinton campaign, will come fill us in on their big voter registration push that’s already under way, and how they see crucial grassroots volunteer efforts unfolding for Democrats from top to bottom through Nov. 8.

MONTCO DFA ENDORSEES who are already working with the coordinated offices include:
Statewide — Katie McGinty for US Senate, Josh Shapiro for Attorney General, and Joe Torsella for PA Treasurer.

PA House — PA Rep Steve McCarter‘s District, PA 154, which has a long tradition of running its own combined campaign office, is also joining forces with Clinton’s Eastern Montco Coordinated Office this year. Joe Ciresi for PA Rep in the 146th and Rachel Hendricks in the 147th are working alongside the Clinton campaign already, and are looking toward a local office to open near them. Leon Angelichio in the 53rd helped open the Lansdale Coordinated Office.

It’s all gotta happen! The more progressives in elected office, the better odds we have of adding our grassroots pressure to their efforts.

My best advice? Volunteer and/or donate (large or small) for voter reg and the candidates that “call your name” the loudest — it’ll make you happiest for keeping up your own efforts through November 8.

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* WHAT *   * WHEN *   * WHERE *
Montco DFA’s September Meeting
Thursday, September 1, 2016
7:30 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Gearing up for a BUSY fall,
Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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* MONTCO COORDINATED OFFICES *
As of 08/26/16:

LANSDALE Coordinated Campaign Office
14 East 6th Street, Lansdale
Contact: Alexa Williams at 703-965-7375 or alwilliams@PAvictory2016.org

NORRISTOWN Coordinated Campaign Office
9 South Forrest Ave., Norristown
Contact: Marlou Taenzer at 603-727-8622 or mtaenzer@PAvictory2016.org

ELKINS PARK Coordinated Campaign Office & Eastern Montco HQ
170 Yorktown Plaza, Elkins Park
Contact: Dean Anthony at 678-646-7097 or danthony@PAvictory2016.org

Abington    Evelyn Williamson — ewilliamson@pavictory2016.org
Abington    Melissa Edberg— medberg@pavictory2016.org
Ambler    Rachel Pollak— rpollak@pavictory2016.org
Cheltenham    Nathaniel Lewis— nlewis@pavictory2016.org
Cheltenham    Kristen Johnson— Kjohnson@pavictory2016.org
Horsham    Riju Das— rdas@pavictory2016.org
Springfield    Kara Gooley— kgooley@pavictory2016.org
Upper Morland    Max Kramer— mkramer@pavictory2016.org
Whitpain/Lower Gynedd    Carla Pierre— cpierre@pavictory2016.org

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

Phone Bank for Joe Ciresi to help flip the PA House Dem!

Please join Montco DFA in a phone bank for
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* JOE CIRESI *
Candidate for PA House #146
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Joe has served as a Director of the Spring-Ford School District for ten years  and was elected its vice-president and president. Find out more about Joe at http://ciresiforpa.com/

Joe is needed to flip our PA House to a Democratic majority
to help Gov. Wolf produce progressive gains.

WHEN:
Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at 7 pm

WHERE:
At the home of Mary Clark in Elkins Park
We will email specific directions to all who RSVP “Yes”.

Please bring your cell phone and charger. We’ll supply dinner.

RSVP:
Kindly RSVP so that we can prepare materials and food accordingly.
Email:  mary.montcodfa@gmail.com
or
Call Mary @ (215) 756-2664

Phone bank not an option for you? How about helping Joe with a donation?
http://ciresiforpa.com/contribute/

We need Joe in Harrisburg working for us. Let’s get him elected!

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Produced and paid for by volunteers

Post-Convention, Pot-Luck ICE CREAM SOCIAL!

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Join us at Montco DFA’s
Post-Convention
* POT-LUCK ICE CREAM SOCIAL! *

BRING A PINT
of your favorite cold dessert to share
~~~  along with your reflections and opinions  ~~~

and join us to celebrate (and/or criticize) the historic, mind-boggling event
that was the 2016 Democratic Convention!

(We’ll provide the spoons and napkins!)
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On August 4th, we’re throwing a summery, pot-luck Ice Cream Social where we can share our reactions to the Dem Convention, how it has impacted our sense of where this election cycle is headed, and most importantly, what we progressive activists can DO to get the best results, both in November and beyond.

So come share some cold dessert, along with your stories, your hopes, your personal action plans, and brainstorms for how to use our MDfA meetings from here to election day!

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* WHAT *   * WHEN *   * WHERE *
Montco DFA’s May meeting
Thursday, August 4, 2016
7:30 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Eyes on the prize (and tomorrow, on the ice cream)!
Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

MEET THE AUTHOR of a new masterpiece on the power of nonviolent action

THIS IS A LANDMARK BOOK.
[It] puts a name on…a powerful method for making real change fast.
And real change fast is in fact what our world requires.”
Bill McKibben, author, co-founder of 350.org,
and Sanders delegate to the 2016 Democratic Platform Drafting Committee

Meet co-author Mark Engler
on Thursday, July 7th
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Elections and public policy never happen in a vacuum.

LBJ didn’t sign the Voting Rights Act out of the goodness of his heart (though that probably helped) — the nonviolent uprising by Martin Luther King Jr. and millions of Americans built the context that forced his hand. The British certainly didn’t leave India because they believed in democracy — Ghandi and the Indians’ strategic nonviolent non-cooperation turned the tide, and made Britain withdraw.

People with few resources and little conventional influence are making transformational progressive change more and more often, through creative, strategic nonviolent civil resistance. Think Ghandi and MLK, Serbia, the Arab Spring, Occupy, the AIDS struggle, Marriage Equality, the KXL Pipeline, Black Lives Matter, and so much more. Think also about the nonviolent power of 2016’s activated, progressive, small-donor voters, and the massive increase in understanding and influence that WE have gained through Bernie Sanders’ inspired efforts.

This new book gives us powerful, fresh insights about “How.” It does it with compelling analysis and stories of mass movements, told with excitement and hope, like few have told them before:

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* THIS IS AN UPRISING: *
How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the 21st Century
by Mark Engler and Paul Engler
Published by The Nation Books, February 9, 2016

Join us for this special chance to meet in person with co-author Mark Engler for a presentation and discussion of this acclaimed new book.

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* WHAT *   * WHEN *   * WHERE *
Montco DFA’s May meeting
Thursday, July 7, 2016
7:30 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

We can learn How to better harness our People Power together, with the optimism and resilience it takes. Indeed, we must.

Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm
 

Dwight Evans, Rachel Hendricks, & VIDEO: “The success of nonviolent civil resistance”

Along with the summer, the election season keeps heating up. Join us Thursday, June 2, to meet Primary winners Rachel Hendricks and Dwight Evans. Then we’ll think big picture together about our wider social context.

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* RACHEL HENDRICKS for State Rep in HD 147 *

Rachel Hendricks is running to give back to the district that’s been her home for most of her life. Her work as Compliance Coordinator for an environmental contract operations company gives her and in-depth awareness of the requirements of the PA Department of Environmental Protection and other governing entities, and this in turn, informs her insights on how the public and private sectors should work together for stronger and healthier PA communities. Hear Rachel’s take on making Harrisburg work for the people of the 147th over special interests.

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* DWIGHT EVANS for Congress in  PA2 *

PA State Rep Dwight Evans has dedicated his life to the cause of urban renewal, working to give a voice those who too often live in the shadows, the poor and underserved. For over thirty years, he has worked to rebuild neighborhoods block by block, championing teachers and innovation in education, fighting successfully to end “food deserts,” and strengthening clean, safe neighborhoods with vital neighborhood “downtowns.” As Congressman, Dwight wants to bring the same not only to the entire 2nd congressional district, but to urban areas across the country by re-investing in the cities that form the backbone of our nation.

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* VIDEO & DISCUSSION:
The Success of Nonviolent Civil Resistance
Erica Chenoweth speaks at TEDxBoulder *

Last month, MDfA-ers expressed a strong interest in a new book, This Is an Uprising—How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the Twenty-First Century  by Mark Engler and Paul Engler.  Naomi Klein calls it, “Absorbing… Ambitious… Indispensable. A genuine gift to social movements everywhere.”  I’m excited to tell you that Philadephia-based Mark Engler will be joining us to talk about their book next month on July 7.

This month, as a lead-in, we’ll view a TEDx talk by Erica Chenoweth, a political scientist and award-winning author featured in their book. Amazingly, her ground-breaking research showed that between 1900 and 2006, campaigns of nonviolent civil resistance were twice as successful as violent campaigns. In addition to explaining why nonviolent resistance has been so effective, she also shares some lessons learned about why it sometimes fails. Much food for thought and fodder for discussion about how to make progressive change through November, and way beyond.

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* WHAT *   * WHEN *   * WHERE *

Montco DFA’s June meeting
Thursday, June 2, 2016
7:30 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Keeping eyes on the prize,
Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA
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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

The Primary that was… The Convention that’s coming

Join us Thursday, May 5, and be part of taking a look back at the PA Primary, and a look forward to the July 25-28 Democratic Convention.

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* So THAT happened:  The PA Primary*
How did all those races come out? What are the important takeaways? We’ll take a look back at the April 26 Primary together:  What do we know now?

Share your stories about what we Montco DFA-ers did in the primary, large and small, as individuals or in groups…  What can we do next as the election season unfolds?  And let’s also brainstorm some about what we’d like to have for our next few meetings.

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* The 2016 Democratic Convention —
* Everything you ever wanted to know! *

Most years, seeing the Democratic National Convention means pushing an On Button and kicking back to watch. But this year, the whole event in all its glory will be up close and personal in Philadelphia and spilling over into our daily lives…

But what the heck does it take to make the Convention happen? To wrangle all the moving parts? To hatch the Platform? To choose speakers? How much does it cost, and who puts up the cash? How much does it add to our regional economy? What about volunteering?

Bring all your burning questions Thursday!

Our own Ken Mirsky will give us an overview about volunteering at the Convention. Then our special guest, ANDREA RAMUNNO will join us and fill in a lot of the blanks. Andrea is a long-time Democratic activist, a Cheltenham Democratic Committee Person, a member of the Montco Women’s Leadership Initiative, on the board of the Planned Parenthood Action, was executive director of Citizens for (Vince) Hughes, and is treasurer of the Montco Young Democrats. But Andrea’s current position as the Pennsylvania Democratic Party’s Finance Director, means she is deeply involved in organizing the Philadelphia Convention. Come hear the inside scoop.

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* WHAT *   * WHEN *   * WHERE *
Montco DFA’s May meeting
Thursday, May 5, 2016
7:30 pm
Jenkintown Library    (Park and enter at rear.)
460 York Road    (across from IHOP)
Jenkintown, PA 19046

Working on seeing the big picture together,
Mary

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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Paid for by Montco DFA, Ken Mirsky, Treasurer
This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 7:30 pm

Bernie v Hillary (etc.!) — People Power NOW

Just 14 days left to our PA Primary on April 26 — and time to muster all the grassroots people power we can!

Under Bev Hahn’s energetic leadership, we at Montco DFA have met a great many of 2016’s most progressive candidates for both state and national races. We urge you to support our endorsed candidates (listed below with links) in as many ways as you can.

Among all the important races this year, Bernie Sanders vs. Hillary Clinton is clearly the most momentous. Last December, national DFA polled its members nationwide, and BERNIE SANDERS won a record-breaking 87.9% of the vote and national DFA’s endorsement. As a local group, Montco DFA did not take an endorsement vote, but the clear sense of Montco DFA’s April 7 meeting had about the same ratio as national DFA’s poll — Montco DFA leans strongly for Bernie.

Members agreed that we should send information out to our MDfA members to make it easier to learn more and connect with campaigns to volunteer, canvass, phone bank, and/or donate what you can (small donor power!) to win the Primary.

So put on your walking shoes, charge up those cell phones, and warm up your computer — the home stretch is at hand.

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* VOLUNTEER to WIN THE PRIMARY! *

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* The Presidential *  
BERNIE’s official Montco campaign office is now open!
Lauren Scheiderer, Bernie organizer for Montgomery County
laurenscheiderer@berniesanders.com
140 S. Easton Rd., Glenside, PA
(757) 510-1021

Other local Bernie organizers:
Germantown
Andrea Putnam
310-872-7089
5736 Greene Street, Philadelphia PA

Trooper
Sabrina Fedrigo
610-425-7187
2828 West Main Street, Trooper PA

Conshohocken Cafe
Michael Oraschewsky
717-341-6889
521 Fayette Street, Conshohocken PA

Pottstown
Desiree Peterman
484-772-0773
596 Wilson Street, Pottstown PA

Lansdale
Greg Myers
215-512-1480
319 W Main Street #4, Lansdale PA

Bryn Mawr / Lower Merion
Rachel Bruce
845-325-9986
(student organizer)

Plymouth Meeting
Jamie Malley
610-731-5439
104 Township Line Road

Find Bernie Events near you at:  http://map.berniesanders.com/

The Bernie Dialer — call PA voters from home:  https://go.berniesanders.com/page/content/paphonebank/

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Reflecting that a small minority at our meeting supported Hillary —
HILLARY’s local campaign office has opened at:
Hillary Clinton for President
12 Butler Ave., Suite 119,
Ambler, PA
More information at:  https://www.hillaryclinton.com/

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* Montco DFA Endorsements *  

U.S. SENATE
* Katie McGINTY for U.S. Senate

U.S. HOUSE
* Mary Ellen BALCHUNIS for U.S. House District 7
* Steve SANTARSIERO for U.S. House District 8

STATEWIDE
* Josh SHAPIRO for PA Attorney General

PA HOUSE
* Al DERMOVSESIAN for PA House District 152
* Joe CIRESI for PA House District 146
* Steve McCARTER for PA House District 154

SPECIAL ENDORSEE:
* Our own Montco DFA Chair BEVERLY HAHN is running to be a Delegate to the Democratic Convention — and was unanimously endorsed by MDfA.  If you’re a registered Democrat in Brendon Boyle’s 13th Congressional District, please vote for Bev!

Help win the Primary:
“WE are the people we’ve been waiting for!”

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* GET WELL SOON, BEV!*
Many of you already know that our Fearless Leader Bev Hahn is recovering from major surgery. While she recuperates, I will fill in as Acting Chair. All of us at Montco DFA wish Bev a full and speedy recovery. Get well wishes can be emailed to Bev at MontcoDFA.Bev@gmail.com.

Mary Clark
Acting Chair, Montco DFA

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