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Is it too late to vote by mail?

Is it too late to vote by mail? The short answer is yes, but… If you’ve applied for and received a ballot, it’s unlikely the USPS will be able to deliver on time if you haven’t mailed it yet. Your ballot must be at the Butler County Bureau of Elections by 8 p.m. June 2;

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Butler County Democratic Committee Chair Responds to Lawsuit Against Wolf

Statement from Butler County Democratic Committee Chairwoman in Response to the Partisan Lawsuit Against Governor Wolf Butler County Democratic Committee Chairwoman Catherine Lalondereleased the following statement: “We trust our elected officials to protect our health, our families, and our livelihoods – especially in the face of difficult and unforeseen challenges. Unfortunately, Butler County Republicans are

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Vote by Mail Primary Election

Keep Your Distance: Vote by Mail in Butler County

Pennsylvania’s change to mail-in-voting-for-all could not have been better timed. It was approved late in 2019, simply to make voting more accessible for all PA residents.  Now, in the midst of a deadly pandemic, a mail-in-ballot could be a literal lifesaver.   The Butler County Democratic Committee strongly urges all voters to avoid the polls and

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Kristy Gnibus Issues Statement on Kelly’s Lawsuit

Kristy Gnibus, candidate for Congressional District 16, issued the following statement regarding Rep. Mike Kelly’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Gov. Tom Wolf’s stay-at-home orders: As a teacher and someone who sometimes works a second job in the hospitality industry, I appreciate just how difficult things are right now. The problems we all had before

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Covid19 update: Volunteer help needed

Protective mask-making volunteers are needed in Butler County, and you can help even if you don’t sew. Volunteers are needed who can: Wash and iron fabric Trace a template onto fabric and then cut out the pieces Sew the mask pieces together Since early March, we’ve seen generous individuals giving their time during the Covid19

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Online Fundraiser for Kristy Gnibus

Join Kristy Gnibus on March 26th from 6pm – 7pm for her first online fundraiser! You can RSVP online at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/thur26th or by emailing Ian@KristyforCongress.com. A link will be provided upon RSVP. To learn more about Kristy and her campaign, visit https://www.kristyforcongress.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/kristyforcongress. Spread the word to your friends!

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Blue Wave Breakfast Postponed

The Blue Wave Breakfast is being postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A later date will be confirmed once the virus threat is over. If you have already paid for tickets, we will give you a refund or credit when we have the breakfast later.

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Phil Heasely: Bringing Blue to State House

Phil Heasley, a young Democrat and businessman from Butler County, needs your help to win the PA House District 8 seat.  Time is running out—the winner will be decided in a special election on Tuesday, March 17.  Phil, who lives in Slippery Rock, attended Edinboro University and now manages his family’s business, Butler Gymnastics Club

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Butler Dems Meeting

Butler County Democratic Committee Wants YOU

Butler County Democratic Committee meets on Tuesday, Feb. 18, from 6-8 p.m. More details in our calendar event item here. You don’t have to be a member of the committee to attend, just a Democrat who wants to help propel our candidates to victories in November. And committee activities are not just focused on elections;

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