Thanks to all who came out to our August picnic. Despite weather that did not fully cooperate, we had an enthusiastic crowd to socialize and meet two of our great candidates – Susan Rzucidlo, for the 158th PA legislature seat being vacated by Chris Ross, and Manan Trivedi for the 6th US House of Representatives seat that Jim Gerlach is leaving.
Open for some summer fun as we head into the 2014 political season? Join the East and West Bradford Democrats for a few hours of picnic food, games and friendly and honest political discussion, … and meet our Candidate for the PA Legislature, Susan Rzucidlo!
Let’s meet up – Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 6:00-8:30 PM, East Bradford Park at the Pavilion. The park’s address is 835 Kenmara Dr, West Chester, PA 19380. Free food and drink! (No solicitation.)
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 484-639-2345 by Monday August 11th to let us know you are coming so that we have sufficient food and drink for all!
The East Bradford Democrats, a group of like-minded progressives interested in getting more involved in the political process as well as social causes, was formed as a registered Political Committee in 2004. This year we are merging with a newly organized West Bradford team of Democrats to serve a larger area – and GET DEMOCRATS ELECTED!
We’re excited for this opportunity and would like to meet up informally with “Super Dems” from the two townships. So please join us! We’ll have (free) food and beverages and light activities such as yard games and volleyball. Area candidates or their representatives are planning to drop in. Families are welcome!
A report and ethics complaint has been released accusing Tom Corbett of an exchange of political favors to businesses providing him with lavish gifts. Just one example: an $11,000 trade mission trip to Germany and France in March 2012 for Corbett and his wife, paid for by John Moran by way of the group Team PA – in exchange for Moran’s trucking company not needing a permit to haul waste from Marcellus Shale drilling sites in Sunbury a few weeks later.
It’s time to change the culture of quid pro quo in Harrisburg. We call for Pennsylvania to join 10 other states prohibiting gifts to state employees!
A pleasant and sunny day brought out a good crowd of local gardeners to purchase perennials and bedding plants at our annual plant sale. Thanks to everyone who helped and to those who donated plants for sale. We raised a good amount for upcoming campaigns and for this year’s charity – Friends of Everhart Park!