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Poll Watchers Needed

POLL WATCHERS NEEDED. To protect the integrity of this election, Butler County residents are needed to serve as poll watchers inside polling places. On-line training is required. If you’re interested, please contact or fill out the form below.  This is an all-hands-on-deck election. Your support is needed and appreciated. Poll Watchers Name* First Last Phone* Address

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Rush Hour Rallies

Rush hour rallies have been generating a lot of enthusiasm. This involves standing along the road with our signs and showing our support for our candidates and giving away signs. We had some TV coverage last week. NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES AT DIFFERENT PLACES Monday, Oct 19, 4-5 EDCO Park in Evans City, 154 W Main

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Mail-in ballot frequently-asked-questions

The Butler County Democratic Committee is pleased to report that the first batch of mail-in ballots are on the way to voters, and more will be going out each day, according to Butler County Election Bureau Director Aaron Sheasley. First to receive theirs should be people who applied earliest, when they applied to vote by

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A Message from the Chair: Elections are secure

A few comments on voting security: We, the Butler County Democratic Committee, emphatically support our election bureau, postal workers, and poll workers in their commitment to free and fair elections. Voting by mail in Butler County is safe for all, Democrats and Republicans, no matter what you hear otherwise. And if you watched the presidential

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Update on Vote by Mail Rules

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which has a Democratic majority, has ruled that election officials must count ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by the Friday after. In addition, the court ruled that local officials may set up ballot return drop boxes and also affirmed a ban on poll-watchers working in counties other than those they are

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Butler Democrats Weekend of Action

Friday October 2 ~ Saturday October 3 ~ Sunday October 4            473 Little Creek Rd, Harmony, 16037 Butler County Democrats and Joe Biden Allies and Supporters: If you’ve been waiting for the right time to get involved, that time has come. With only 34 days left until the election, Joe

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Whistle Stop Tour with Butler Democratic Candidates!

On Sunday, September 13, the Democratic candidates of Butler County will be joining the BCDC for a good old-fashioned whistle stop tour! Butler candidates for the U.S. House and PA House and Senate will be conversing with voters at four “stops” throughout the county. Whistle Stop Schedule: 10:00 AM – Jaycee Shelter, Cranberry Community Park

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