Your Primary Ballot

You can vote for one candidate for Judge, four for Commissioner, one for D.A., four for Council, five for School Board. There are more candidates to include, and I will add them as soon as I get more information.  IMPORTANT: When candidates have cross-filed and they are Republicans, I will let you know, so you can…

Events

:: May 21st – PRIMARY VOTING DAY!!! :: May 14th – Last Day to Apply for Absentee Ballot :: April 22nd – Last day to Register to Vote or make a Change :: March 20th – Join Susan Wild at her Allentown Office for an Open House :: March 17th – East Penn Democratic Meeting…

2020

Who is running in the presidential race for 2020? Or more accurately, who isn’t running? It is early to consider who will get our primary vote, but not too early to start thinking about (1) Where each candidate stands on the issues, (2) What each candidate’s track record is up until now, and (3) What…

The Blue Tsunami?

Ok, was there a Blue Wave or wasn’t there? I compared 2018 with 2010 and got this: 2010 – GOP won 63 seats in the House and 6 in the Senate; 82.5 million people voted. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_United_States_elections 2018 – Dems won 40 seats in the House and lost one in the Senate (1 race remains uncalled);…

Following Susan Wild

Susan’s Work in the U.S. House Mar 8House passed the bill led by Susan Wild to make voting more accessible by enacting and expanding early voting in every state as a key component of the historic reforms package, H.R.1, The For the People Act of 2019. Mar 6Voted in the House Committee on Education and…

How We Voted

Emmaus Precinct #2 had more than 750 voters go to the polls on Tuesday! That is a 63% turnout which is WONDERFUL! And we elected all our candidates except Andy Lee, who only missed by a hair. My guess is that many Republicans voted Democratic this time but thought they would keep their local representative…

Where We Stand

Most of the time, when we look at a political map of the United States, we despair. All that red! Here I show one with an emphasis on House seats, which goes more by popular vote. Also note that North Carolina still has one undecided seat, since their election commission disbanded without making a decision…

Where to Vote

We vote at the 333 Ridge Building, in the small annex off 4th Street. There‚Äôs parking all along 4th Street. There is a long accessibility ramp for mobility impaired people and wheelchairs. If you park on Ridge, you can access the start of the ramp at the corner of Ridge and 4th. I think this…