Heritage Hosts Skills Clinic in Lancaster
Holding Congress accountable is tough work, and it can seem even more daunting when you’re tackling the task alone. Whether you are new to the fight or a seasoned activist, the Sentinel Skills Clinic will help you better engage Congress and have your voice heard. Join fellow Pennsylvania conservatives as we share the tools to take meaningful action at this crucial time in our country’s history.
Lancaster Skills Clinic:
Homewood Suites by Hilton Lancaster
200 Granite Run Drive
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17601
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Registration at 6:30
Register for Lancaster http://lancasterskillsclinic.eventbrite.com/#
Session Topics include:
· Navigating Sentinel and the Heritage Action Dashboard
· Effective Meetings with your Congressman
· Twitter 101
· And more!
We’re asking $5 to cover a pizza dinner at the door.
for your local clinic today and bring your friends!
Click to view flyer – Are you motivated to do something about the liberal agenda against Life, Traditional Marriage and Religious Freedom
A message from Carolyn -
Did you know that 30% of Evangelicals are not registered to vote? Or that approximately 65% of all church-goers are unregistered or rarely cast a ballot?
I am working with PA Family Council to implement a GOTV program aimed at turning out values voters on November 6th. We will be organizing phone banks and canvassing efforts throughout Pennsylvania. Please consider volunteering to advance this effort. We will be using cutting edge technology to maximize our time and energy. Please share the attached flyer with your friends and families.
Will you help make a difference? No matter how much free time you have there are ways for you to significantly impact voter turnout on Election Day. If you’ve never be involved before, now is the time. All training is provided.
Join us to inform voters of candidate differences for President and U.S. Senate. Help us identify voters who will elect candidates who value life, traditional marriage and religious freedom. Come help, have some fun and meet new people all while making a difference for our country, communities, and families.
Do you know anyone who will be 18 years of age on or before April 24th, 2012 (Primary Election Day) and is not registered to vote?
Do you know someone who has recently moved to the area and has not changed their address with the voter registration office?
Do you know someone who wishes to change party in order to vote for a candidate in this primary election?
Do you know someone who has changed their name and needs to make a correction in their voter registration?
All of the above mentioned can be taken care of on the voter registration form. All changes for this Primary Election need to be changed by Monday, April 26, 2012.
Voting is a privilege that many in America take for granted. Every vote does count, and the local races impact our lives on an everyday basis much more than our national races such as for President. During the 2011 Primary we will choose candidates for our Fall ballot for township supervisor and borough council, school board, and county row offices to name a few. We will also be choosing candidates for state judges. Please be informed and get out and exercise your right to vote! The polls are open from 7:00 am – 8:00 pm. The Snyder County Election results will be posted as they come in on the www.snydercounty.org website.
The last day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot is May 10. If there is a chance you will not be able to vote on Primary Election Day (May 17th, 2011) you should cast your vote by absentee. Do you know someone who will be needing an absentee? A student, a truck driver, a doctor or nurse who may be on call and get called in, someone who has trouble getting around, or someone going on vacation.
Snyder County has posted sample ballots for the May 17th Primary Election. To view go to their website, then click on the precinct either under Republican or Democrat -http://www.snydercounty.org/Depts/Elections/Pages/ElectionsandVoterRegistration.aspx
Do you know someone who will be 18 years of age by May 17th, 2011 and is not registered to vote?
Do you know someone who is registered independent and would like to vote in the Primary Election on May 17th? (They can change their party back to Independent on May 18th.)
In order to vote in the PA Primary Election a person must be registered as a Republican or Democrat by April 18th, 2011. A person can register to vote on-line athttp://registertovote.org/forms/pennsylvania or download a voter registration application, fill it out, and put into snail mail athttp://www.votespa.com/portal/server.pt/community/register_to_vote/13518
“It’s not the hand that signs the laws that hold the destiny of America. It’s the hand that casts the ballot.” ~ President Harry S. Truman.
Snyder County Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts Republican Ballot:
1) Irene C. Harris – http://friendstoelectharris.com/
2) Teresa Berger
Snyder County Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts Democrat Ballot:
No democrat candidates filed.
Snyder County Treasurer Republican Ballot:
1) Loretta Sprenkle – http://electsprenkle.com
2) Deb Kratzer
3) Mike Bolig -http://www.mikebolig.com
Snyder County Treasurer Democrat Ballot:
No candidates filed