3 Ways to Vote

In Person, at the Polls Check your polling location before you go at lehighcounty.org in case of last minute changes. Polls are open on voting day, Nov. 3, between 7a-8p. As of this update, our polling place is at St. John’s UCC Church, 139 N. 4th Street. Mail Ballot Turn in your ballot as soon…

About Susan Wild

Presently Congresswoman for Pennsylvania’s 7th District, Susan has worked hard for us. She cosponsored Medicare for All, supported increasing the minimum wage to $15, and has worked on bills to make it easier to vote and reduce the influence of big money in politics. She still finds time to help constituents constituents in Lehigh, Northampton,…

About Joe Biden

Joe Biden is now running on the most Progressive Policy Platform of any Democratic nominee in history. Incorporating many policies espoused by primary opponents, especially Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden’s platform is becoming a detailed and aggressive agenda that includes doubling the minimum wage and tripling funding for schools with low-income students. He is proposing the…

Our Blue Team

Here’s a little information about Democrats who will be on your ballot on November 3rd. Three are presently in office, And two are working to turn long-held Republican seats blue! US HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE, District 7 | Elected in 2018, Susan Wild is the first Democrat to hold office as a Representative for Lehigh Valley in…

Vote By Mail

On October 31, 2019, Governor Wolf signed Act 77 of 2019 into law. The Act is an historic election reform bill that makes the most significant improvements to Pennsylvania’s elections in more than 80 years. One important change is that most voters can now vote by mail-in ballot. Hurry that Mail Ballot Due to problems…

Where to Vote

Update for November: As of Oct. 27, Emmaus 2 votes at St. John’s UCC Church, 139 N. 4th Street. However do check your polling place location before you go as changes may occur! Go to www.votespa.com, the Lehigh County website at https://www.lehighcounty.org/Departments/Voter-Registration/Polling-Places or call the Voting Office at 610-782-3194. Here are all the current (as…

Save Democracy: Volunteer

NEW VOLUNTEER ACTIVITY: Give me an hour and help us drop off campaign baggies at your neighbor’s houses. We’ve gotten this going not only in Precinct #2, but also #1, #3 and #4. Contactless and Covidless! I’ll give you 50 baggies, a list of folks, and off you go! Phone, text, write: all the things…

Register on your Phone

Register by October 19th! Go to Pennsylvania’s online portal www.votespa.com and get registered! (Let me know if you want me to bring you a paper application you can mail ~ emmaus2dems<at>gmail.com or 484-519-0329.) Then tell all your friends to get registered! If you will be 18 on day of the election, Nov. 5th, you can…

UPDATE: Biden/Harris Signs

Email me at emmaus2dems<at>gmail.com if you want a sign! I have about a dozen left, and they are going quickly! We’re all waiting for Joe to pick a VP, then there will be lots of signs. If you are impatient or have three Trump flags on your block like I do, you can make your…

How We Voted 2019

Our precinct has 1,202 total registered voters. 453 are Republican, 189 Independent and 560 are Democratic. In this election, our turnout of those who actually voted was 32%.

What You Can Do!

If you only have a little time, ask me to give you postcards to distribute to 10 of your neighbors on your street! You can also talk to them if you like! (grundpupgmail.com or 484-519-0329) You can also join a group! There’s a group for everyone, from moderates to down-in-the-trenches activists. Democratic Party Groups East…

Who Is Emmaus 2?

We are a voting precinct bounded by Harrison Street, Main Street and Fifth Street. Note we have six precincts in Emmaus. Our polls are normally at 333 Ridge Avenue, on the 4th Street side. This spring we voted at 44 Klines Lane. Each precinct/district in Lehigh County has two precinct committee people from each party….