The Eastern Delco committees of Aldan, Clifton Heights, Darby, Lansdowne, Sharon Hill, Upper Darby, and Yeadon invite all Delaware County Democratic Committee members and all interested Democrats to a forum of the 2019 candidates for County Council and Court of Read More
Voters throughout Lansdowne turned out in record numbers for the 2018 Mid-Term Elections, with 75 percent of the borough’s 7,071 total voters showing up to the polls on November 6. The 75% turnout rate was a huge improvement over the Read More
Lansdowne Democratic Committee Meeting dates for remainder of the year have been set. Please mark your calendars: September 10th – Regular 2nd Monday October 11th – Thursday due to Borough closed on Monday the 8th November 5th – First Monday Read More
Answer the call. Michelle Obama wants you to help register voters across the country. Go to www.whenweallvote.org and get all the information you need to VOLUNTEER and VOTE.
We, the members of The Lansdowne Democratic Committee, condemn the Trump administration policy which has reversed past practice and now requires the intentional separation of immigrant asylum-seeking families, including those with very young children, at our southern border. We call Read More
The winners in the contested races for which Lansdowne residents could vote in the May 15, 2018, Pennsylvania primary are: Lieut. Governor: John Fetterman Representative in Congress for the new 5th District: Mary Gay Scanlon Democratic State Committee: Mary Ellen Read More
Join the Lansdowne Votes Campaign to increase voter turnout in our borough. Go to www.LansdowneVotes.com for more information.
We are celebrating 20 years of service to Lansdowne! Saturday, November 11th, 2017 7 – 11PM AviAnna 55 E Baltimore Ave, Lansdowne, PA 19050 Buy tickets today by clicking PayPal button below. Put your name in comments section. Cost is Read More
On May 16, 2017, in the Democratic primary, Delaware County Democrats defeated a Republican in the Democratic primary. How did this happen? Kelly Eckel was the only Democratic nominee for the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas. However, Republican Jack Read More
On Oct. 5, 2017, by a vote of 219 to 206, the House approved a 10-year, nonbinding budget plan (H. Con Res 71), which is intended to lay the groundwork for legislation to 1) reduce corporate and individual taxes by Read More