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“Yes, We Can!”

A Newsletter for Liberals, Progressives and Democrats of Lebanon County

August 2016 Issue

“You and I, as citizens, have the obligation to shape the debates of our time--not only with the votes we cast, but with the voice we lift in defense of our most ancient values and enduring Ideals.  “

---BARACK H. OBAMA, 2nd Inaugural Address, January 21, 2013


Information Update links: for facts and reference material for all the latest news to DONATE to VOLUNTEER



(It goes without saying that calendar info may change without notice.)

Events in the calendar are of interest to Lebanon County Democrats, but are not necessarily sponsored by the LCDC or even the Democratic Party.


LCDC=Lebanon County Democratic Committee, 23 S. 6th St, Lebanon



LCDC Executive Committee, 7 PM ALL Democrats are welcome at our Executive Committee Meetings as we do regular business PLUS include at those meetings a MINI-SEMINAR SERIES.  The meeting begins at 7 pm, the mini-seminar at approximately 7:30 pm, location is our HQ at 23 S 6th St, Lebanon.Tonight: Anne Wakabayashi and Mitch Kates on Recruiting Candidates  Don’t miss these opportunities to learn more about electing Democrats!

Thu, Aug 4

LCDC Phone Bank. We will be having Phonebanks every Thursday from 5 until 8pm. We are hoping to have a potluck with the phone banks and  have people bring food and drinks if they want. Contact Hazel, 304-0692, if you’d like to help.

Fri, Aug 5

Voter Registration at Farmer’s Market. Meet at LCDC 3 PM. Contact Hazel, 304-0692

Sun, Aug 7

POKEMON GO! 7 PM at LCDC. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Mon, Aug 8

Last day for withdrawal by candidates nominated by nomination papers

Mon, Aug 8

Voter Registration in the City. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Tue, Aug 9

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Tue, Aug 9

Public Hearing on Pipeline, 6:30 PM. Lebanon Expo Center, Rocherty Road. The more people show up, the more those in power have to listen

Thu, Aug 11

LCDC Phone Bank.

Fri, Aug 12

Voter Registration at Farmer’s Market. Meet at LCDC 3 PM. Contact Hazel, 304-0692

Sun, Aug 14

LCDC Summer Picnic, Coleman Park Pavillion #3, 1400 W Maple St, Lebanon, 12-4 PM, $10 per Adult, Children 12 and under free. Lunch included (BBQ, Hot dogs, Salad, drinks and dessert). Contact Bruce Gettle 813-5319 or Cornell Wilson 679-1509

Sun, Aug 14

POKEMON GO! 7 PM at LCDC. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Mon, Aug 15

Last day for withdrawal by candidates nominated at the primary

Mon, Aug 15

Voter Registration in the City. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Tue, Aug 16

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Wed, Aug 17

LCDC Executive Committee, 7 PM

Thu, Aug 18

LCDC Phone Bank.

Fri, Aug 19

Voter Registration at Farmer’s Market. Meet at LCDC 3 PM. Contact Hazel, 304-0692

Sun, Aug 21

POKEMON GO! 7 PM at LCDC. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Mon, Aug 22

Voter Registration in the City. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Tue, Aug 23

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Thu, Aug 25

Annville-Cleona Dem Meeting, Annville Town Hall, 36 N Lancaster St. Meets the fourth Thursday of each month.

Contact Pat Stephens, 867-1275 for more details.

Thu, Aug 25

LCDC Phone Bank.

Fri, Aug 26

Voter Registration at Farmer’s Market. Meet at LCDC 3 PM. Contact Hazel, 304-0692

Sat, Aug 27

Fiesta Latina, Beautex Park, Lebanon, 11 AM - 4 PM. Including Latino Idol! We expect more than 800 people to attend--the biggest Latino event in the county, sponsored by LCDC Hispanic Initiative and possibly YOU! Need volunteers and lots of other stuff! Please click HERE! Contact Cesar F. Liriano

Sun, Aug 28

POKEMON GO! 7 PM at LCDC. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Mon, Aug 29

Voter Registration in the City. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Tue, Aug 30

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM


LCDC Phone Bank.

Fri, Sep 2

Voter Registration at Farmer’s Market. Meet at LCDC 3 PM. Contact Hazel, 304-0692

Sun, Sep 4

POKEMON GO! 7 PM at LCDC. Contact Hazel 304-0692

Tue, Sep 6

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Wed Sep 7

LCDC County committee meeting & Meet the Candidates Night

Fri-Sat, Sep 9-10

PA Dems State Committee Meeting Sheraton Hotel - Harrisburg-Hershey, 4650 Lindle Rd, Swatara PA 17111 (Harrisburg)

Tue, Sep 13

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Thu, Sep 15

LEAD Meeting. Noon, Sinkhole Saloon, Palmyra

LEAD is Lebanon County’s premier liberal/progressive discussion group. Meets 3rd Thursday every month, exc. Aug

Tue, Sep 20

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Wed Sep 21

LCDC Executive Committee, 7 PM

Thu, Sep 22

Annville-Cleona Dem Meeting, Annville Town Hall, 36 N Lancaster St. Meets the fourth Thursday of each month.

Contact Pat Stephens, 867-1275 for more details.

Tue, Sep 27

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM


LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Wed Oct 5

LCDC Executive Committee, 7 PM

Tue, Oct 11

Last Day to register before the November election

Tue, Oct 11

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Sat, OCt 15

Fall Dinner, All About You Catering, 302 E Lehman St

Tue, Oct 18

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Wed, Oct 19

LCDC County Committee meeting

Thu, Oct 20

LEAD Meeting. Noon, Sinkhole Saloon, Palmyra

LEAD is Lebanon County’s premier liberal/progressive discussion group. Meets 3rd Thursday every month, exc. Aug

Tue, Oct 25

LCDC Office open, 4-6 PM

Thu, Oct 27

Annville-Cleona Dem Meeting, Annville Town Hall, 36 N Lancaster St. Meets the fourth Thursday of each month.

Contact Pat Stephens, 867-1275 for more details.


Last day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot

Wed Nov 2

LCDC Executive Committee, 7 PM

Fri, Nov 4

Last Day for the county Boards of Elections to receive voted civilian absentee ballot

Sat-Mon, Nov 5-7

GOTV!! (Get Out The Vote)

Sun, Nov 6

Salsa the Vote (tentative) Need volunteers! Contact Steve & Jackie Grumbacher

Tue, Nov 8


Wed, Nov 9

First day to register after November election

Tue, Nov 15

Last day for county Boards of Election to receive voted military and overseas absentee ballots (submitted for delivery no later than 11:59 P.M. on November 7)

Thu, Nov 17

LEAD Meeting. Noon, Sinkhole Saloon, Palmyra

LEAD is Lebanon County’s premier liberal/progressive discussion group. Meets 3rd Thursday every month, exc. Aug

Thu, Nov 24

Annville-Cleona Dem Meeting, Annville Town Hall, 36 N Lancaster St. Meets the fourth Thursday of each month.

Contact Pat Stephens, 867-1275 for more details.


LCDC Executive Committee, 7 PM

Wed, Dec 21

LCDC Holiday Open House

Thu, Dec 22

LEAD Holiday Party. Noon, Sinkhole Saloon, Palmyra

LEAD is Lebanon County’s premier liberal/progressive discussion group. Meets 3rd Thursday every month, exc. Aug

Thu, Dec 22

Annville-Cleona Dem Meeting, Annville Town Hall, 36 N Lancaster St. Meets the fourth Thursday of each month.

Contact Pat Stephens, 867-1275 for more details.





Less than 100 days for us to secure a good future.


Seriously, we MUST go for the gold and elect CLINTON/KAINE and all our Democrats.

[Silver brings no joy in political life.]


Every day between now and November 8th, DO SOMETHING to make a difference.  This newsletter is full of opportunities for you.  And, here are some general ideas for you; if you don’t know how to get started call me  on 717-371-5721 or email


Volunteer with PAVictory2016 to register voters

Help staff our office

Join a phone bank

Make sure your traveling friends file for absentee ballots

Talk with your neighbors - don’t be shy.

Wear a candidate’s pin

Post a sign in your yard either for a candidate or one of our

Protect Your Rights….Vote Democratic signs

Send a check to LCDC or to your favorite candidate

Attend our events - Picnic, Fiesta Latina, Fall Banquet, LCDC meetings

Post your supportive comments on social media

Write letters to the editor telling folks why this is an important election


EVERY DAY take a step to help us win this election!


Lois Herr

Chair, Lebanon County Democratic Committee


PS: You can buy signs, buttons, bumperstickers, and t-shirts from our very own store at the office and thus help LCDC raise money for GOTV efforts.

Lois K. Herr



Don’t miss our Executive Committee Meeting on Wed., August 3rd at our office - 23 S 6th St, Lebanon, 7-9 pm.




Where else can you hear a former wrestler named Jason the Terrible turned political wizard?


From Pittsburg to Boston to Florida to Georgia (the country), to Kosovo, To Maritius, and back to Pennsylvania, MITCH KATES has left a trail of amazing successes for city council members, county commissioners, mayors, prime ministers, and judges. Mitch knows how to find good candidates, organize, spend money wisely, and thus win.

One of PA’s “Rising Stars,” ANNE WAKABAYASHI is a talented operative and sharp strategist.  As Executive Director of EmergePA Anne now focuses on recruiting and preparing PA Democratic women to run for office. EmergePA doesn’t just recruit, it runs an intensive 7-month training program, which by the way graduated our own Laura Quick in the first class this year.]


A 2011 graduate of Juniata, Anne has already worked for campaigns at local and state level, including Judge Anne Lazarus’ successful bid for Superior Court in 2015.  She’s been political and communications director for the PA Senate Democratic Campaign Committee, and she knows how to raise money, having led the fundraising efforts for EqualityPA.






Hazel Diaz is running the Coordinated Campaign in Lebanon City. Look on the calendar for activities, which include phone banking, voter registration and even  “pokemon Go” sessions which will attract/trap potential voters to our headquarters!


Phonebanks are every Thursday from 5 until 8pm. We are hoping to have it as a potluck and have people bring food and drinks for the event (if they want).Contact Hazel, 304-0692, if you’d like to help.




If you’d rather help out somewhere elsewhere in the county, Click on Carla O , or call her at 503 840-2448. She’s in charge of the coordinated campaign for the non-Lebanon city parts of the county and has already set up a number of phone banks and other opportunities to support all of our great candidates.




The Clinton campaign is also staffing the county and our own Laura Quick is representing Lebanon County. Contact Laura if you can help.



Have a great time at the

Lebanon County Democratic Family Picnic

Coleman’s Park – Pavilion #3

Sunday August 14, 2016

12:00 - 4:00 PM



$10 per Adult / Children 12 and under Free.

Your ticket helps support the party’s activities year-round

Lunch Included (BBQ, Hot Dogs, Salad, Drinks & Dessert)


Questions?  Contact:

Bruce Gettle  - 717 813-5319 or Cornell Wilson - 717 679-1509

Contact Cornell if you can donate food or drinks




We need YOU!




We need your help! We can still use lots of volunteers for the Fiesta Latina on Saturday, August 27 from 11 AM to 4:00 PM for the 5th Annual Fiesta Latina! We can also use you from 9 AM to 11 AM to help set-up and/or from 4 PM to 6 PM to take down, if you can’t make it any other time. Lebanon County Democrats are hosting the event at Beautex Park, behind 12th and Willow Sts in Lebanon.


If you’ve volunteered before, you’ll know you’ll have a great time with a lot of free food, music, dancing, games for kids and prizes. We expect 800 people to attend and this is the biggest annual outreach event of the local Democratic Party.


We need you to take a shift at the Fiesta. None of the jobs require any special skills and you’ll be given all the information you need. Listed below are the job descriptions in case you’re wondering what’s involved. The jobs are pretty easy, though! Here’s how you can help:


Thursday, August 25, Time TBD

Stuff bags of info for our guests


Saturday, Aug 227

8:30 AM - 11 (and any time during this shift): Clean-up and set-up crew.

We need to start out with a clean park.  Then set up canopies, tables, chairs, and all

needed equipment.  


11:00 AM - 4:00 PM (any times you can spare):

Balloon maker (we have helium and 50 balloons)--probably 1-1.5 hours work

Greeters (hand out programs and direct attendees to the welcome booth where they will get their lunch and door prize tickets.)

Clean-up (ongoing)

Special Needs Volunteer (helping people in wheelchairs)

Popcorn machine operator and assistant

Game assistant (small children)

Bounce House Overseers -2 (We have one)


Welcome Booth - 2


12:00 PM - 2:00 PM LUNCH

Food detail (crowd control, hosting, refilling tables with snacks and drinks, getting more ice if needed, etc.) Be there at 11:30.


Voter registration and Democratic Party and Campaign activities will be done by the Party and the Combined Campaign--they’ll need volunteers, too! Contact LCDC HQ or Hazel Diaz to help.


4:00 - 6:00 PM

Cleanup crew


If you can’t volunteer that day, there are other ways you can help.

If you have a canopy, we could really use it for the event.

If you’d like to contribute money, make checks out to the Hispanic Initiative of the LCDC or click here.

For more info, contact  Cesar F. Liriano



Do you have:

1 or more Canopies we can use

Could you provide:

Soda cans


Hot Dogs


Could you purchase or do you have:

Door prizes and prizes for Lebanon Latino Idol


If so, contact Cesar F. Liriano



Pipeline News


Dear Concerned Citizens of Lebanon County - ALL MUST ATTEND and/or SUBMIT COMMENTS!!!


Remember Tuesday August 9 at 6:30 pm at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center at 80 Rocherty Rd., Lebanon, is the location of the PUBLIC HEARING to be held by PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on the state permit applications that, if approved, would allow the construction of Sunoco's 300-plus-mile Mariner East 2 pipeline project to proceed. These permits, if issued, would authorize Sunoco to engage in earth moving activities and cross hundreds of wetlands and streams across Pennsylvania, including private property and water resources in six municipalities in Lebanon County: Cornwall Borough and South Londonderry, South Annville, West Cornwall, South Lebanon and Heidelberg Townships.


Don't be fooled by the changing name that Sunoco gives this project, now called the "Pennsylvania Pipeline Project." This is the Mariner East pipeline project that will transport highly explosive Natural Gas Liquids -- propane, ethane and butane -- under high pressure from Ohio and Western PA to Marcus Hook, mostly for shipment overseas. The proposed project includes two pipelines -- a 20-inch and 16-inch -- to be constructed in, or parallel to, the same right-of-way as the existing Mariner East 1 pipeline.


For more information, details on the Public Hearings, and ways to send in email comments, please click on this link to see the ACTION ALERT:


What should you say at the hearing? Talking Points are available at the link below and a copy is also attached. The Talking Points will help you prepare your comments to deliver at the public hearing and/or to send to DEP. The Talking Points were prepared by Mountain Watershed Association and the Clean Air Council.


We know that Sunoco and the natural gas industry are encouraging pro-pipeline supporters to come out in force at these DEP hearings and to submit comments. We need to turn out regular citizens -- like yourselves --  who oppose the pipelines to show up at the August 9th public hearing. Invite your neighbors and friends and family to come with you on August 9th.


These are the most important steps you can take to protect streams and wetlands, property rights, health and safety in Lebanon County this summer: PLEASE ATTEND the Public Hearing. PLEASE TESTIFY at the Public Hearing. PLEASE SEND your comments to DEP by August 24, DEP's announced end of the public comment period.


NOTE: If you intend to speak at the public hearing, you should contact DEP by August 8th to sign up. Contact John Repetz at 717-705-4904 or at Speakers who do not register with DEP in advance may be able to speak, but only if there is time at the end of the evening. Speakers will be called in order of registration, so register soon.


One important comment you can make is to ask DEP to EXTEND the public comment period for another 30 days. We and others are still pouring through the thousands of pages of the permit applications and need more time to review this extensive and complicated project that will cross 17 counties. Your Lebanon County Commissioners and state Sen. Folmer already made this request on your behalf to allow meaningful public review. But Sunoco and its supporters are opposing this short 30-day extension request as a needless delay. Show your support for protecting property rights and the public health, safety and our environment by asking for this extended public comment period.


Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.


Pam Bishop and Doug Lorenzen. for

Concerned Citizens of Lebanon County

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Just like Hillary's theme, Bea and I were Stronger Together as we attended the Democratic National Convention.  We also saw Mark Singel, but couldn't all sit together.  Thank you to everyone for your votes and support for us to represent Lebanon County at this historic event.  We are so grateful and honored, and have great stories to tell.  In the interim, you can see photos and video clips of Pennsylvania casting our votes and the balloons dropping on Facebook, and please like our page. .  You can also watch a 45 minute video highlight of the entire convention.  After it was all over, Bea and I were invited to come on stage with the production crew.  What a way to end the Convention.  We are pumped and ready to work hard to elect Hillary Clinton as our next President of the United States of America!



Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz



Any illusions left about what we’re up against?

SPOTTED IN PINE GROVE (Courtesy Dan Sidelnick)





Thank you to those who staffed the Democratic booth at this year’s county fair--not an easy task in a year when political tensions run high.  Once again,our volunteers stood tall and reflected both the inclusive spirit of the Democratic Party and our pride in our candidates.  It was only twelve years ago that Democrats first made their appearance at the County Fair, which had previously been the sole province of the Republicans.  We were considered outsiders at first, but have now gained not only acceptance by all fair goers, but a special welcome from Democratic fair visitors.  So to the fair staff alumni of 2016--you were great and you did our party proud!


We don’t know everyone who volunteered, since many just showed up, but here are the names we know about and want to thank: John Harvey, Lorraine Scudder, Franz Messerschmidt, Diane Weigard, Dan Sidelnick, Hazel Diaz, Lawrence Funck, Barb Bentz, Elizabeth Kendall, Jack and Kathy FItz, Laura Quick, Paul Heise, Bobbie Warshaw, Pam Leahey, John Kearney, Kathy Eschenfelder, John Winicki, Alan Olson, Pam Bishop, Doug Lorenzen, Laura Shemick, Barb Lauver, Jake Long, Pat Stephens, Dave Haller, Marilyn Gunden, Joel Smith, Kim Ebright, Lois Herr, and Ellen Gecker.


By the way, someone vandalized our life-size stand-up Hillary Clinton on the night she gave her acceptance speech. A new Hillary sign is coming in in the next few days. Someone said they saw someone who seemed a little high or drunk that night and was suspicious that he might have been the perpetrator. The Republicans who worked their booth seemed pretty polite--at least the ones we saw--so we think it was just some jerk. Don’t be surprised, though, if vandalism, sign damage, protests and anger escalate this year. After all, the nationwide supply of testosterone is under attack from an insidious enemy! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------


This was a wonderful experience for those of us who were privileged to work the Democratic booth, which we shared with the Dauphin County Dems. There were a number of Lebanonians there and they were glad to see us. It felt like seeing the future: a world where people can be and act and look like whatever they want to be, feel pride in it and lift us all up in the bargain. We felt a revived sense of hope at the PrideFest and we hope we will have a presence next year, too. Thanks to Cornell Wilson and to Joel Smith and family for setting everything up at short notice and for being the first hosts there.



General Election Candidates:


US President

Sec. Hillary Clinton -- Laura Quick, 838-1597


US Senate:

Katie McGinty –, 215-948-2520


PA Attorney General

Josh,  215-886-7376


PA Auditor General

Eugene, 484-941-2885,


PA State Treasurer

Joe, 610-940-1612


US Congress

6th District

Mike Parrish –,   717-679-1059 (Cornell Wilson)


15th District

Rick Daugherty –, 610-504-4376


PA General Assembly

101st District

Lorraine Scudder  -, 717-222-8386


102nd district

Jake Long –, Rita Russella 267-253-2887


104th District

Jody L. Rebarchak –, 717-514-8040


For the overall best source of government and media contacts, see this link:

Most representatives do not expect people to be paying attention.  That’s why the more people call and express their opinions, the more likely we will be listened to. Even if you know they will never vote your way on an issue, they do keep records of how many constituents disagree with them and it might help if they hear push back from their colleagues.

United States Senate:

Sen. Bob Casey (Dem)                      (866) 802 - 2833 (toll free) or (202) 224 - 6324

Sen. Pat Toomey (Rep)                      (814) 453 - 3010

US House of Representatives:

Dist. 15, Rep. Charles Dent (Rep) (717) 867-1026

342 W. Main St, Annville, PA 17003

Dist. 6, Rep. Ryan Costello (Rep)     (610) 376-7630 in Wyomissing

840 North Park Road, Wyomissing, PA 19610

State Senate:

District 48, Sen.  Mike Folmer            (717) 787 - 5700

        101 Municipal Bldg, 400 S. 8th St, Lebanon, PA 17046

State Assembly:

District 101, Mauree Gingrich (717) 838-3823

1044 E. Main Street,  Palmyra, PA  17078

District 102,  Russ Diamond              (717) 277-2101        

2230 Lebanon Valley Mall, Lebanon, PA 17042

District 104, Sue Helm                        (717) 651-0100

2090 Linglestown Rd., Suite 100, Harrisburg, PA 17110

PA House Democratic Caucus

County Democratic Commissioner:

Jo Ellen Litz            (717) 644 - 4698


Lebanon City Council:

Wiley Parker

Cornell Wilson        (717) 679-1509


PA State Democratic Party:


Lebanon County Democratic Headquarters

PO Box 1128 or 23 S. 6th St.,

Lebanon, PA 17046                                        (717) 273-8761 (answering machine)


Chairman, Lebanon County Democratic Committee

Lois Herr                  (717) 371-5721


County Vice Chair

Cornell Wilson        (717) 679-1509


City Vice Chair

Lee Cessna            (717) 507-2751

Lists of the districts and their constituencies can be found at our website:

To contact the White House go to: www.White



a.      LCDC Website:

We now have a Community News section on the website for community events or news not directly related to LCDC, but of interest to some of our members.

Joel Smith is seeking photographs of local democrats at democratic functions or with democratic candidates. He’d like to compile a photo album for our website. If anyone has photos email them to and please try to include the names of the individuals in the photo, date of the event, and event name if applicable.

If anyone has content suggestions for the website please send an email to The committee is open to any suggestions that will help maintain a successful web and social media presence.”

Blog: (for a list of posts by our members)

b.      Facebook pages Check out these sites for more information from the Lebanon County Democratic Party on local events. If you haven’t joined this Facebook page, now’s the time!!

Lebanon County Democratic Party on Facebook:

“Like” us at this site!


Lebanon County Democratic Committee:


Lebanon County Young Democrats FB page:


Women’s Democratic Club of Lebanon Valley


c.      And we’re tweeting, too!

Twitter @LebDems


d.      This newsletter and past issues


e.      Lebanon County Events and Fundraisers FB page:


f.       Southeastern PA Progressives

This website is a great source for information on activities in the region.


Their calendar is here:

g.      Latest Election Results (2016 Primary Election)

Complete Official Lebanon County Results:

h.      Calendar of Events

LCDC is now using Google Calendar for all of our events. The direct link to our public calendar is you can also search for our calendar by using our Google Calendar

Our public calendar can be added to your already existing private Google Calendar. For instructions on how to do this you can visit

Don't use Google Calendar? Not a problem! You can still view all of our events at

To add, cancel, or correct event listings please email

i.       Political Statistics of interest

John Harvey has found an interesting website that has all types of statistical and demographic information related to politics. For example, here is a graph comparing the change in family income for each president since Kennedy.

j.       True Blue News

The PA Democratic Committee puts out a regular bulletin with news about Democrats state-wide. There is news about the Governor, legislature, county and general news. Not sure how to subscribe to it, but it looked pretty good. You can try writing to if you’re interested.

K. Philadelphia Convention

Info on the Convention this summer is available here:

L. Thinking about running for office?

Please get in touch with the Campaign Committee at, text or call 717-873-7680 and we can steer you to the resources you will need.  Also, plan to attend the LCDC Seminars we are scheduling for 2016.  


M. Anna Cunha Century Club


We need your support as a donor and member of the Anna Cunha Century Club. Contributions of $50, $75 or $100 or more are welcome to sustain our party in Lebanon County, but a contribution of $100 or more can make a larger impact as we prepare for the 2016 national and state campaigns.


Century Club donations can be made by check or online through Act Blue.  We are only halfway to our budgeted goal and need to pay our bills and prepare for the fall campaign. Dig deep to win in November.




If there’s anything you want to share with this newsletter audience, please let us know.

Please feel free to share it with like-minded Democrats or progressive Independents.

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Take care.

Steve & Jackie Grumbacher,, (717) 838-8485

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