LCDC Executive Board
Board of the LCDC meets on the fourth Thursday of every
month, except for their November-December meetings.
monthly calendar for that combined meeting date.
Meetings are held at 7:00 pm in the Underground at LCDC
Headquarters - 53 North Duke St., Lancaster, PA 17602.
The Executive Board is charged with administering the functions of the
County committee. The Executive Board is comprised of the elected
officers, state committee persons, elected officials, district
leaders, and sub-committee chairs.
Chair: Sally Lyall
Jo Ann Hentz
Treasurer: Robert “Mickey” McKee Smith
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The PA Democratic State
Committee members are elected to a four-year term in Primary elections
in the even years between the Presidential elections: 2010, 2014,
2018, etc. Lancaster County’s current State Committee members were
elected in the 2010 Primary by the Democratic voters of Lancaster
County. The PA Democratic State Committee is currently chaired by
Allegheny County attorney, Jim Burn. The members convene three times
each year, in different parts of the state, to endorse candidates for
statewide office, adopt party platform positions on issues affecting
Pennsylvania, approve the state party budget, and conduct other
Democratic Party business.
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Finance Committee with
the Fueling Victory
fundraiser. This is an ongoing letter and phone call
fundraiser with calls being made every Thursday (except the 4th
Thursday of each month) from Headquarters at 53 N. Duke St., 6:30 to
8:15 p.m. Tony and the call team welcome new volunteer help & ideas.
Come out on Thursday nights and join the team. Contact Tony to help
with raising funds.
Chair of the Events Committee,
LCDC’s events from season to season:
The winter Endorsement Convention, the Spring Awards Banquet, the
Summer Corn Roast, the Fall Banquet.
committee members are always appreciated. If you enjoy
successful events, this is the team you want to be on.
at 717.569.6605 and
Issues Committee. Awareness and education are the keys
that lead to action and legislation.
He organize study groups, forums, and
opens doors for legislative action. Marcellus Shale, Labor,
Education, Health, Women’s Issues, the Human Relations Commission,
LGBT, Farming, and Conservation are some of the topics they have
explored and acted on this year. The strength of this committee lies
in the volunteers’ commitments, research, and dedication.
Contact Paul to get involved at
Organization Committee Chair,
is involved with the providing district leadership in districts with a
The Organization Committee is also involved with making calls into the
county through LCDC’s Call Center, providing new committee person
training, providing information and discussions of the District
Leaders via the Round Table discussions, compiling Election Day
packets for poll greeters and watchers, and scheduling greeter and
poll watcher training. Please contact Deb at
Facilities Committee Chair, maintains & organizes the
Underground meeting room at Headquarters. Help is always
needed to keep our facilities in order. To join Leo’s team of
volunteers, please call him at
at the helm of the
helps you to recruit
qualified candidates, defines their responsibilities and those
of their team members, & assists with trainings for Election Day
workers, especially greeters & poll watchers.
LCDC is always looking for candidates for future elections!
Greg if this aspect of Party work appeals to you.
Communications & Information Technology Chair, maintains
LCDC’s data, responds to committee person requests for voter
lists, trains us in the use of VoteBuilder, helps with computer
questions, writes sample precinct newsletters, and is the editor of
this newsletter, Common Ground. He always needs volunteers with
Contact Ken at 291-9933 and
All of the LCDC Subcommittee Chairs listed above are conscious of your
busy schedules. They have important jobs for
you which can be tailored to your time constraints. Some may
require only an hour or two a month. They are all happy to welcome &
train new volunteers to work with them on large or small tasks.
Remember, it takes a village . . . and you’re part of the village!
Please contact any of the above chairs or call
LCDC’s Office Manager,
Tracey Lynn Arriola, or
LCDC Chair, Sally Lyall,
at Headquarters, (717) 299-5701, to inquire about
ways you can become more involved.
We look forward to hearing from you.