We are canvassing every weekend until the election, both in Baltimore County and in south-central Pennsylvania. Sign up now to join us. Training, materials, and camaraderie are always included! Below, check out the exciting roster of candidates and partners we support. Stay tuned for more!
Candidate for PA 88th State House
Mechanicsburg borough council member Sara Agerton is running to flip HD 88 from red to blue! By supporting down-ballot candidates like Agerton who are running in flippable districts, we can get out the vote for candidates up and down the ballot.
Baltimore County Council District 3
Paul Henderson, a long-time educator who’s taught in public schools in Baltimore County and Baltimore City, is the founder of the North Baltimore County Democratic Club. “I believe Baltimore County can be better than it has ever been,” he says. “I am running for Baltimore County Council in District 3 because we can be better at taking care of our poor, of our children, of our environment and of our businesses. It is time to stop believing that our problems can not be addressed and our opportunities can not be seized.”
Baltimore County Council District 6
Caitlin Klimm-Kellner, a community activist, is the only woman candidate for District 6 and one of four women running for Baltimore County Council seats. “I ardently believe women must have a seat – and many – at the table,” she says.
Baltimore County State’s Attorney
Robbie Leonard, who as a litigator has won several million-dollar verdicts on behalf of lead-poisoned children in Baltimore, currently serves as Secretary of the MD Democratic Party and as a member of the Democratic National Committee. “I know what’s needed to bring fairness and transparency to the Baltimore County State’s Attorney office,” he says.
Baltimore County Council District 1
Danielle Singley, the chair of the Security Square Mall Revitalization Task Force and a leader of the Randallstown NAACP, inspired us all with her words supporting the fight for fair maps. “Process must not hinder progress,” she says. “Systemic change starts with us.”
Turn PA Blue is a grassroots organization that has raised over $1,000,000, trained thousands of volunteers, and made millions of voter contacts to Turn PA Blue. Allies for Democracy partnered with Turn PA Blue and supported their candidates up and down the ballot to flip Pennsylvania for Biden in the 2020 elections.
The New Pennsylvania Project is a voting rights organization with a primary purpose to expand the electorate by civically engaging, registering, mobilizing and empowering youth and especially communities of color to vote in every election – twice a year.