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Pennsylvania Democrats Name New Executive Director

HARRISBURG, PA— The Pennsylvania Democratic Party has named long-time Wolf staffer Sinceré Harris as its new Executive Director.

"Sinceré is going to be integral to leading and overseeing the new State Party team," said Party Chairman Marcel Groen. "She has the talent and vision to advance our message and raise its profile in both the state and the nation, and I look forward to working with her."

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2015 Municipal Election Ballot

Remember to vote on November 3. Please be sure to check out the 2015 Municipal Election Ballot/slate card with all of our Democratic candidates

2015 Municipal Election Ballot

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Columbus Day Civic Pride

 

Columbus Day Civic Pride

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Judge Kevin Dougherty for Supreme Court Justice TV Ad: Led

We just launched a new television commercial today, making Kevin the first of the seven candidates for the state’s highest court to be up on broadcast television airwaves in the fall General Election season.

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Judge Christine Donohue for Supreme Court Justice - Restoring Integrity

Successful campaigns are about progression. Taking the steps necessary to secure victory on election day. Today our campaign took an important step towards that goal by airing our first TV commercial titled, "Restoring Integrity" and as a supporter of Judge Donohue's campaign we wanted you to be among the first to see it.

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Get Out The Vote flyer

Please help Get Out the Vote for November 3 by widely distributing the attached PDF. Please note that the flyer is non-partisan, so it should be appropriate to post anywhere.

Get Out the Vote Flyer

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DNC Response to Bush's Energy Plan

In response to Jeb Bush's energy plan, DNC spokeswoman Christina Freundlich released the following statement:

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Christine Donohue for Supreme Court Justice video

Pennsylvania is a big commonwealth. For nine months, I have traveled throughout our Commonwealth and have become well acquainted with its mountains and valleys, its cities and suburbs, its farms and places of commerce and many more features unique to our Keystone heritage.

As I have traversed the campaign trail, I have been struck by just how diverse and different our people are with lifestyles, interests, and family economics as varied as our topography.

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