Do you know someone who will be 18 years of age by May 17th, 2011 and is not registered to vote?
Do you know someone who is registered independent and would like to vote in the Primary Election on May 17th? (They can change their party back to Independent on May 18th.)
In order to vote in the PA Primary Election a person must be registered as a Republican or Democrat by
. A person can register to vote on-line at April 18th, 2011 http://registertovote.org/forms/pennsylvania or download a voter registration application, fill it out, and put into snail mail at http://www.votespa.com/portal/server.pt/community/register_to_vote/13518
“It’s not the hand that signs the laws that hold the destiny of America. It’s the hand that casts the ballot.” ~ President Harry S. Truman.
Snyder County Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts Republican Ballot:
1) Irene C. Harris –
2) Teresa Berger
Snyder County Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts Democrat Ballot:
No democrat candidates filed.
Snyder County Treasurer Republican Ballot:
1) Loretta Sprenkle –
2) Deb Kratzer
3) Mike Bolig –
Snyder County Treasurer Democrat Ballot:
No candidates filed
1) Steve Hoffman
2) Peggy Chamberlain-Roup
1) Joe Kantz
2) Mark Strawser
3) Malcolm Derk
District Magistrate 17-3-04 on the Republican Ballot:
1) Bernie Schwalm –
2) Robert Steinberg
3) Lori Hackenberg –
District Magistrate 17-3-04 on the Democrat Ballot:
1) Lori Hackenberg –
2) Bernie Schwalm –
3) Robert Steinberg
District Magistrate 17-3-03 on the Republican ballot:
1) Matt Slivinski
2) John Reed –
District Magistrate 17-3-03 on the Democrat Ballot:
1) John Reed –
2) Matt Slivinski
This year’s PA Leadership Conference will be held April 8 & 9, 2011; the keynote speaker is Charles Krauthammer. PLC is a valuable tool for learning and networking; and very reasonably priced. We have attended PLC for since 2005 and have always walked away with lots of valuable information and new friends. For more information visit their website at
2011 CANDIDATE SCHOOL
Monday, January 17
Holiday Inn Express (Williamsburg Square)
Waddle Road, State College
Registration: $40 per person
Please contact Deb Flavin ( email@example.com) if you plan to attend.
Who Should Attend?
Individuals who aspire to public service: Candidates already in the race; those testing the waters and want to learn more.
Campaign managers and/or senior advisors are also eligible to attend. Registration fee is required.
What Will You Learn?
Getting Your Name on the Ballot : How to begin; when and how to file; how campaigns are run
Building Your Campaign Team : Roles and responsibilities
Speaking of Volunteers – How to know the difference between fans and volunteers; phone calls and door knocks; planning and time management
Communicating Effectively – Fine-tuning your talking points; identifying issue strengths
Fundraising – How to raise money; where to begin and how to ask
Using the Internet – Leveraging social networks; tweeting to success; your campaign website
Working with The Centre GOP – Services available; precincts and their leaders; calendar of events
… and much more
Additional information coming soon!
For up-to-date (unoffical) Election results as they come in, go to
We need YOU to make phone calls
Phone Bank workers are still needed! The Phone Bank workers are taking a survey asking two questions, are you supporting . . . . and are you voting on Tuesday? This is very important as it gets out the vote by reminding people Tuesday is Election Day and it also identifies people so we know who not to call and remind to vote on Tuesday. If you can give an hour or two, please stop by the Lewisburg Regional Victory Office from 9:00 am – 9:00 pm. The Victory Office is located at 216 Market Street in Lewisburg (the block between CVS and the Lewisburg Hotel).