Join a group and be the change. There’s a group for everyone, from moderates to down-in-the-trenches activists. Pick an activity that uses your talents and fits in with the rest of your life too. Volunteer for an hour, several days, or constantly over time.
Democratic Party Groups:
East Penn Democratic Club was established after the 2016 election and has a large and active membership. Join us the third Sunday of each month to find out how to get involved at whatever level your life allows. You can help with Get Out the Vote efforts, help local candidates get elected, or get involved using specific talents or experience you may have.
LC Dems Join the Lehigh County Democrats to elect our candidates all over the Lehigh Valley! Get involved to canvass voters, help candidates get elected, and inform the public on the issues. This group works with many of the other groups you see here to provide a united effort to get progressive policies enacted in the Lehigh Valley.
PA Dems Join the Pennsylvania Democrats to elect our candidates all over Pennsylvania! Lehigh County Dems works on the local local level, but PA Dems operates statewide, coordinating all our efforts towards winning statewide.
Local Progressive Groups:
Lehigh Valley for All was formed in the aftermath of the 2016 elections to connect, organize and mobilize progressives across the valley. Lehigh Valley For All organizes rallies, provides a platform for progressive candidates, coordinates calls to representatives, builds organizes progressive voters and informs the community on issues affecting their lives. Join to focus your efforts on winning local elections throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Make the Road Pennsylvania builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services. It also puts its might behind the immigration issues that affect many in all the Americas. Se Hace Camino Pennsylvania se dedica a la organización de la clase trabajadora en comunidades Latinos, organizando poder para lograr justicias.
Why Courts Matter Pennsylvania is a project of the Center for American Progress, led by The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center. No matter the issue — voting rights, employment discrimination, environmental regulation, health care, immigration — our federal judiciary plays an important role in the lives of hardworking Americans. The Why Courts Matter Pennsylvania coalition plays a unique role in educating Pennsylvanians about the importance of the federal judiciary and how it affects our daily lives.
MoveOn Our members are a force for social justice and political progress. We come from all 50 states and all walks of life. Together, we are at once large and nimble, targeting our resources purposefully, yet pivoting quickly as we identify new opportunities for change and mobilize to seize them.
FairDistrictsPA When legislative leaders manipulate district boundaries to keep themselves in office or to silence their opposition, we ALL lose. This abuse of our political system has made Pennsylvania one of the most gerrymandered states in the country. Help us correct this problem by making sure districts are drawn by a non-partisan commission with public input.
Tuesdays with Toomey joins together EVERY TUESDAY all over Pennsylvania to ask Senator Toomey to listen and address the needs of all his constituents. Check the events tab at our Facebook page for details about this week’s visit at the Toomey office closest to you! Yes, this is every Tuesday outside Toomey’s office on Cedar Crest Boulevard and focuses on the outrage of the week. Healthcare, Immigrants, Rule of Law, Mass shootings, the Environment …
Indivisible Lehigh Valley is a local group that implements a national strategy developed from lessons of the Tea Party’s rise and composed of two key strategic components: (1) Targeting individual Members of Congress (MoCs) and (2) A defensive approach purely focused on stopping Trump from implementing an agenda built on racism, authoritarianism, and corruption. Specifically, actions at Town halls, Local public events, District office visits, and Coordinated calls.
Power Lehigh Valley is a multi-racial, intergenerational community organization. We’ve got three campaigns underway … and we’ll be publishing a Candidate Scorecard before the November elections. Get involved in a campaign! 1) End Cash Bail in Lehigh Valley! 2) Fund the Allentown 6-point plan: affordable housing, equity in development and establish a human relations position in the city. 3) Justice for Joseph Santos, who was murdered by police outside Dorney Park.