Get Involved

We’re dedicated to organizing a grassroots movement in every corner of Lancaster County, powered by volunteers like you. Get involved in your community by joining now.

There are plenty of ways to get involved with the Lancaster County Democrats.

Canvassers knock on doors to talk to their neighbors about issues and raise awareness of candidates and upcoming elections. A smartphone is encouraged, but not required.

Phone and Text Banking
Make calls or send text messages to voters around the county about candidates on all ends of the ballot. Scripts (and snacks) provided.

Host a House Party
House Parties are great ways for your friends and neighbors to meet candidates whose values may align with theirs.

Run for Office
Do you want to give your neighbors a choice on Election Day? Consider running for office—we can help you form your campaign team and give you tools to help you secure victory.

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Lancaster County Democrats

We use your address to connect you with local campaigns.
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It’s up to all of us to make sure our voices are heard.

Contact Legislators

Your representatives need to hear what you have to say. Take the time to call, write, or email your representatives about the issues that matter to Democrats like you.

PA House and Senate
Find your PA State Representatives

U.S. House of Representatives
Rep. Lloyd Smucker (R, PA-11)
DC:  202-225-2411 • Lancaster: 717-393-0667
Email Lloyd Smucker

U.S. Senate
Sen. Pat Toomey (R)
DC Office: 202-224-4254
Email Pat Toomey

Sen. Bob Casey (D)
DC Office: 202-224-6324
Email Bob Casey

Write a Letter to the Editor

Letters to the editor are great advocacy tools. Writing a letter to the editor (LTE) is an effective and easy way to reach a large audience with your message. Members of Congress keep a close eye on media coverage, including LTEs, in their local papers so they can keep an eye on issues of importance to their constituents.

Tips for writing an effective LTE
LNP/LancasterOnline LTE Submission

Join the Rapid Response Team

Sometimes we need people to take action quickly. This includes showing up at rallies or other actions, calling elected representatives about issues, and distributed phone or text message banking.

Join our Rapid Response Team

LCDC Action Alerts

Are you passionate about standing up for fairness and justice?

Committee people are elected by Democrats in their local precinct to represent them on the County Committee. They inform their neighbors of election dates and polling places, provide information about candidates and issues on the ballot, represent the Democratic Party and endorsed candidates at their polls on election days, and organize their precincts to get out the vote.

Our by-laws allow two committee people per voting precinct, though some precincts have less than two committee people. The LCDC Chair may appoint residents to fill vacancies through the next committee person election. These appointed committee people have the same rights and responsibilities of elected committee people.

Does this sound like something you’re interested in? Fill out this form to submit your inquiry to the LCDC Chair. If there is a vacancy in your precinct, the LCDC Chair or your District Leader will reach out to meet to discuss the role. If there are no vacancies in your precinct, we’ll still help you get involved in local campaigns!

LCDC Committee Person
Appointment Inquiry

We use your address to identify your local precinct.
All fields are required.