Springfield Township Democratic Committee

Serving the Montgomery County, PA communities of Flourtown, Erdenheim, Oreland, and Wyndmoor, and including portions of Lafayette Hill, Miquom, Laverock, North Hills, and Glenside. 

 

 

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Election Calendar 2019

-Monday, October 7 - Last day to register to vote or change your registration information before the general election

Register now to vote at Votes PA.

Check your voter registration at Votes PA.

-Wednesday, October 23 — 3rd Annual Trivia Night — Click here

-Tuesday, October 29 - Absentee Ballot Applications due by 5:00 PM at Montco Voter Service (Postmarks DO NOT apply)

Get an Absentee Ballot* at Votes PA

  • If there is any chance that you will not be able to vote on election day, get an absentee ballot — applying for the absentee ballot and/or voting with the absentee ballot does not bind you. If your circumstances change and you can vote in-person, simply tell the poll worker that you have filed an absentee ballot. There is no penalty.

-Friday, November 1  - Absentee Ballots due by 5:00 PM at Montco Voter Services (Postmarks DO NOT apply)

-Tuesday, November 5 - ELECTION DAY!

Where do I vote? Find out here….

Check to make sure you know where you poll is located. Spoiler: some of the polling locations have changed since 2018! More …

How do I vote? Find out here …

Step-By-Step Instructions on How to Use the New Voting Machines. More …

Here’s our ad in the Enterprise.

There was a little mix-up in the mail delivery, some some of you might have gotten the Whitemarsh edition of the Enterprise rather than the Springfield Township edition, so we’re putting ad here for all to see.

There was a little mix-up in the mail delivery, some some of you might have gotten the Whitemarsh edition of the Enterprise rather than the Springfield Township edition, so we’re putting ad here for all to see.

Up for election on November 5, 2019

Officials elected in 2019 will directly affect the quality of your daily life: they oversee taxes, schools, parks, street, zoning, public safety, voting machines, and more.

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School Board Candidates: From left to right: Neil DiFranco, Katherine Sarsfield (incumbent), Michael Needleman, Dr. Carol Etlen, Gretchen Slapinsky (incumbent), Jeffery Bedard (incumbent)

Learn More About Our School Board Candidates, here…

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Learn More About Our Township Commissioner Candidates, here …

Township commissioners set the township budget; hire police officers & other Township employees; oversee library, parks & recreation, sanitation, streets, zoning, public works and facilities, community development and public safety.

County Wide Candidates? Find out here …

And just what do all these people do?

School Board—legislative body that provides for support and maintenance of Springfield Township’s public schools

Township Commissioners—administrators of local government: including zoning, environmental programs, traffic safety, taxes, etc…

County Commissioners—administrators of county government

Row Officers—these are the officials who run the county offices—deeds, wills, licenses, courts, etc…

Judges—supervise courts, rule on questions of law

For more information on the roles of School Board, Commissioners, Row Officers, and Judges, click HERE

What's Happening...

General Meeting: Springfield Township Democratic Committee, Thursday, November 14, Meet & Greet 6:30, Meeting 7:00 PM

Free Library of Springfield Township   8900 Hawthorne Lane           Wyndmoor, PA  19038                       (set your GPS to Glenside)

Wednesday, October 23 at Halligan’s Pub