This election is critical for the future of our state and nation! Voters registered as Democrats or Republicans will vote in their party’s Primary Election for the following: PA Governor, Lieutenant Governor, U.S. Representatives and Senate, PA Representatives and Senate (even-numbererd districts) and City and State Committeepeople. All voters can vote on the ballot questions.
These materials were developed by the Vote For Homes Coalition to support voter registration and mobilization of low income voters. You are welcome to use and modify for your voter outreach efforts.
Visit www.voteforhomes.org for more infomation about the Vote For Homes Coalition. There are also resources on the Pennsylvania Department of State website, including online voter registration, a printable form, and toolkits.
Project HOME is co-sponsoring an event on Sunday, January 14th at 2 PM with Congressman Dwight Evans who represents the 2nd Congressional District which includes some Project HOME sites in Philadelphia and also includes parts of Montgomery County. This is being done in conjunction with the celebration of Dr. Martin L. King Day. Congressman Evans will focus on the issues of immigration, health care, homelessness, poverty and care of the earth. Flyer is attached. All are welcome to attend. Bring your family and friends. Let’s continue the struggle for economic and social justice in Dr.
VOTE November 7! Election Day is Tuesday, November 7 Polls are open from 7 AM - 8 PM This election is critical for the future of our city! There are multiple Philadelphia elections that will be on the ballot including District Attorney, City Controller, Court of Common Pleas, and Municipal Court. There are also several races for judges on the PA Supreme Court, the PA Superior Court, and the PA Commonwealth Court.
October 31, 2017 | Posted by Homeless Memorial Committee
The Philadelphia Homeless Memorial Day Planning Committee is reaching out to you to help gather the names of homeless and formerly homeless women, men, and children who died in 2017 (and since last year’s remembrance on 12/21/16). This year’s Homeless Memorial Day will take place on Thursday, December 21. The location is Thomas Paine Plaza and the time is 5:00 p.m. Please join us. Details here.
Congress is considering unfair changes that will leave hundreds of millions without healthcare. Medicaid is at most risk in these negotiations. It is critical, now more than ever, that our voices are heard, and that our legislators know we pay attention and we care about our healthcare.
Affordable housing matters to all of us. Every person has a story of coming home, staying home, or losing home. And losing home is one of the hardest stories of all. In today's political climate, affordable housing has been treated as a luxury rather than a human right and important part of dignity and self-worth. The need for affordable housing in Philadelphia is tremendous and growing every day. Share your story of why affordable housing matters to you by clicking the Share My Story button on this page.