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The Presidential Elections are over now it's time to focus on local elections - township auditors, school board, House of Representatives and Congressional Seats

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Click here for a list of un-contested offices in Lancaster County.  Please check the list then reach out to us, if you are a freedom loving individual that would like to run for one of them.

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His Hat's in the Ring

Joe Soloski who ran for State Treasurer in 2020 is putting his effort into being the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania's Gubernatorial Candidate. Get to know Joe and ask him questions because he'll be around seeking our endorsement as things start to heat up. He's got bumper stickers and it's a great way to get attention since Gov. Wolf won't be able to get re-elected and John Fetterman seems intent on securing a Senate Seat.

 

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Auditors / Township

Help transparency and the Citizens to make sure that money is appropriated correctly and wisely. Help shape the proper role of Government. 

School Board 

With the shut down this is the perfect time to start devolving the State Control of Education back to a more competitive empowering learning experience. Focus on property taxes to help Seniors keep their homes. Lets empower our Library systems to help students increase their knowledge of 

City / Borough Council

Are you involved with your community, borough, township, maybe you should think about running for City Council to make sure you aren't spending money you don't have or finding ways for folks to keep more of their wages.

House of Representatives

Like party candidates participating in the primary, independent, minor political party, and political body candidates for state office (including the  Pennsylvania General Assembly ) must submit candidate affidavits and statements of financial interests to the Pennsylvania Secretary of State. Candidates must also pay the same filing fees as primary candidates. Independent, minor party, and political body candidates must also file nomination papers (not to be confused with the nomination petitions party candidates participating in the primary must complete). Candidates filing nomination papers must obtain signatures from electors of the district equal to at least 2 percent of the largest entire vote cast for an elected candidate in the last election within the district

Congressional Elections

Every two years we elect a person to represent 100K people in a district, the districts change with gerrymandering but the R's & D's spend 1/3 of their time campaign fundraising vs questioning the President, endless wars and spending of trillions of dollars that put our grandchildren in debt & devalue our fiat currency..

Senate Representation

Iris, with her international experience, helps us easily understand the numbers and improves them. She is determined to drive success and delivers her professional acumen to bring the company to the next level.

Mayoral Races

Mayors oversee council they also control their local police forces, a great way to help end the war on drugs, tell them to go after real criminals not peaceful law abiding Citizens.

Constable Races

Constables are elected and during elections are the law if there are any issues at the polls.

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF STATE BUREAU OF ELECTIONS AND NOTARIES 2021 PENNSYLVANIA ELECTIONS IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER First day to circulate and file nomination petitions ...............February 16

Last day to circulate and file nomination petitions ..................................................March 9

First day to circulate and file nomination papers.......................................................March 10

Last day to file objections to nomination petitions…………………………………March 16

Last day for withdrawal by candidates who filed nomination petitions....................March 24

Last day to REGISTER before the primary...............................................................May 3

Last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot.........................................May 11

Last day for County Board of Elections to receive voted mail-in and civilian absentee ballots (must be received by 8:00 P.M.) .....................................................May 18

MUNICIPAL PRIMARY .......................................................................................May 18

First day to REGISTER after primary .......................................................................May 19

Last day for County Board of Elections to receive voted military and overseas absentee ballots (submitted for delivery no later than 11:59 P.M. on May 17) ...................................................May 25

Last day to circulate and file nomination papers.......................................................August 2

Last day to file objections to nomination papers……………………………………August 9

Last day for withdrawal by candidates nominated by nomination papers.................August 9

Last day for withdrawal by candidates nominated at the primary .............................August 9

Last day to REGISTER before the November election.............................................October 18

Last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot.........................................October 26

Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive voted mail-in and civilian absentee ballots (must be received by 8:00 P.M.) .....................................................November 2

MUNICIPAL ELECTION......................................................................................November 2

First day to REGISTER after November election .....................................................November 3

Last day for County Board of Elections to receive voted military and overseas absentee ballots                               (submitted for delivery no later than 11:59 P.M. on November 1) ......November 9

Note: All dates in this calendar are subject to change without notice