Lancaster County House Contacts:
District office: 47 Market Square,
R-41, Lancaster County.
Phone: (717) 705-7161
Fax: (717) 705-1946
Lancaster Office: (more
2938 Columbia Avenue, Suite 501
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
R-43, Lancaster County.
District office: 852 Village Road, P.O. Box 268, Lampeter, 18357;
R-97, Lancaster County.
District office: District office: 1555 Highlands Drive, Suite 110, Lititz, PA
R-98, Lancaster County;
District offices: 236 Locust St., Columbia, 17512;
222 S. Market St., Suite 103, Elizabethtown, 17022;
R-99, Lancaster County.
E-mail: Via Web site.
District office: 607 E. Main St., Ephrata, 17522;
R-100, Lancaster County.
Room 430 Irvis Office Building, P.O. Box 202100,
Harrisburg, Pa., 17120-2100.
District office: 207 East State St., Quarryville, 17566.
Phone: 786-4551; fax: 786-3645
Acceptable forms of Photo Identification
for voting in November
[from the LCDC]
Voter ID: A name game
Volunteers with the Lancaster County Democratic Committee have
telephoned some 4,000 local registered Democrats, to make sure
their IDs align with their voter registration, and to make them
aware of the voter ID law.
PennDOT Now Issuing Department of State ID
promised, a new form of ID issued by the DOS is now to be
available at PennDOT driver's license centers across the state.
The ID, which requires applicants provide fewer documents, may
help the state's case when the law is scrutinized by the state
Supreme Court in two weeks.
Free Birth Certificates
Department of Health is now issuing Birth Certificates FOR FREE if
the reason a voter needs one is to get an ID that will be
acceptable for voting. The Department is also giving REFUNDS
to voters whow have already obtained their Birth Certificates and
paid the $10 fee. Below is a link to the Department of Healthís
web page with the relevant information.
Free Voter ID at PennDOT
Beginning Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 Lancaster County voters who lack
the required acceptable identification necessary to get a secure
Pennsylvania Non-Driverís Photo ID card can now obtain a free
Department of State Photo Voter ID card from the PennDOT Driver
License/ Photo ID Centers.
The LCDC encourages you to
contact the Republican legislators (listed to the right) and express
your opposition to HB 1077. We encourage you to sign the on-line
petitions listed below.
(Note: Rep. Mike Sturla
is opposed to the bill. If you live in his district, please call the
American Care Act
Consumer Questions on Health Care Act, and the Answers -
from the NY
Affordable Care Act benefits
Affordable Care Act supporters urge politicians to come together to
enact plan for Pennsylvania