The Tredyffrin Township Democrats proudly return to our annual summer community picnic! Now that our community is on the move again, join your neighbors and friends working for progress and Democratic values as we celebrate our successes and recommit to continue moving our community forward. This event will be RAIN or SHINE! Meet our Democratic candidates (both 2021 and 2022), and bring family, friends, and pets! Please complete the...
Check here for sample ballots for your precinct, and locations where you can drop off your voted mail-in ballot if you’re voting by mail.
Our 2021 slate of primary candidates is ready to meet you! The 2021 primary is big, with important races in the township, as well as in the local and state judicial system. Take the time to read about the candidates, and get to know them better through their bios, personal videos and social media.
This May, Pennsylvania voters will vote on three proposed amendments to the State Constitution. The so called “judicial gerrymandering” amendment is not one of them. In this post are the recommendations of the PA Dems as to recommended voting positions and key arguments.
The May primary ballot will feature several ballot questions. If these items pass, they will amend the state Constitution. We think everyone should come out and vote on these measures. Independents! You are allowed to come vote on these questions in the primary!
Every year, candidates collect petitions in order to get onto ballots for the year’s election. Petition season is short, running from mid-February into early March. And this year, COVID-19 makes everything trickier.
The TTDems have two events coming up, where you can sign petitions for our 2021 candidates. Both are outdoors, one with a drive-through format, the other with appropriate social distancing. Please come out to one of these and sign petitions to get our great candidates on the 2021 ballot!