Democratic Club Hosts a Christmas Get Together
December 5th was our turn to celebrate with great food, music and company at the Democratic Club's Holiday Dinner.
It was great to see Harry Stokes, former Adams County Commissioner; the College Democrats, and the whole rest of the gang getting together for some holiday cheer.
The music was provided by the Biglerville High School Jazz Band. Though the students represented High School grades 7-12, their music was professional quality! Their program of jazzed up Christmas tunes was fabulous and turned a good evening into a great evening. To show our appreciation, ACDC has become a booster of the Biglerville High Jazz Band with a $250.00 donation.
ACDC Provides Hot Cocoa at Small Business Saturday
With the 2014 Election over, all members of the Adams County Democratic Committee are celebrating the landslide election of our new Governor Tom Wolf, talk about a Christmas Present, and enjoying the holiday season. This does not mean we are all sitting home making cookies and watching a Charlie Brown Christmas. We are out in our community.
Our first Holiday event was giving away hot chocolate on the Gettysburg Square to support the Gettysburg Retail Merchants Association's (GARMA) Small Business Saturday. We also collected almost $60.00 in donations to brighten the holidays of Veterans in Pennsylvania VA facilities.
ACDC Celebrates November's "Support Our Troops" First Friday
A Reflection by PA Democratic Party Veterans Caucus Vice-Chairman, Moriah Adams
November is the month of Veterans Day and of the holiday of Thanksgiving, which is why this month's First Friday was so appropriately dedicated as "Support Our Troops" and why we as the Adams County Democrats went all out to collect thank you messages, money, and other items needed for those we are honoring, doing all we can with recognition that no one can ever do enough to adequately thank those who have made and are still making such sacrifices for our country.
Democrats of Adams County made it very clear that we support and appreciate those whose lives have involved military service. This is why we had people write personal messages of gratitude and captured them to share with Adams County veterans. This is why we are participating with the Goin' Postal project, collecting money and items to have sent to troops. This is why we are collecting items specific for veterans of all genders who need them to be sent to VA facilities in Pennsylvania. This is why we celebrated this First Friday and will be humbly celebrating Veterans Day on November 11th.
To read more about the ways we have supported service members and veterans as a party and for contact information for party leadership directing our platform of support for them, visit the sites below.
DNC on Veterans and their Families
PA Democratic Party Veterans Caucus
Here's a wholehearted thank you! - To our military service members, veterans, and families.
Tom Wolf Elected Governor
A message from our State Party Chairman, Jim Burn
Tonight, Pennsylvania made the historic decision to change the direction of this Commonwealth.
For the past 4 years, the Pennsylvania Democratic Party and many across the State worked tirelessly to call attention to the direction that Governor Corbett was taking the Commonwealth.
Tonight's victory for Tom Wolf is a culmination of those efforts and a testimonial to Mr. Wolf's message, leadership and ability to move our State in a direction that is beneficial to all Pennsylvanians.
Congratulations to all of you for your work and to our next Governor, Tom Wolf.
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Get Your Free Commemorative T-Shirt
With a donation of $25 or more we will send you a beautiful souvenir t-shirt. Available while supplies last. Get yours today!
Sometimes people ask: "What has President
Here is a small list of
President Obama's accomplishments:
- Signed into law an economic plan that saved
America from a depression, restored growth, and created or saved as many as 3.6 million
- Signed into law landmark health insurance reform that holds insurance companies
accountable, gives people and small businessess greater control of health care, and
improves the quality of health care for all Americans.
- Fought against Wall Street
lobbyists to sign into law historic consumer protections and financial reforms that shield
American families from unfair lending practices from credit card and mortgage companies,
rein in the excesses of Wall Street, and work to prevent future financial crises.
- Reformed the college loan system by ending subsidies to banks and using the money to
make college more affordable. He also invested in community colleges that are providing
Americans with the skills they need to succeed in today's economy.
- Rescued the
American auto industry, which saved millions of American jobs and helped GM and Chrysler
become profitable again while repaying taxpayers.
- Repealed �Don�t Ask, Don�t Tell,�
which makes it possible for individuals to serve in the military regardless of their
- Helped women get the equal pay they deserve by signing into law
the Lilly Ledbetter Act.
- Supported the Returning Heroes Tax Credit and the Wounded
Warriors Tax Credit.
- As a result of the Heathcare Act over 500,000 veterans previously
denied care will now be eligible for VA Health Care by 2013.
- Increased funding for the
VA every year of his administration.
- Ended the war in Iraq, initiated a responsible
drawdown of forces in Afghanistan, and ordered the operation that killed Osama bin Laden.
Read more about the President's Record:
A Short List of Democratic
- 8-Hour Workday
- Social Security
- Minimum Wage Law
- G.I. Bill of Rights
- Marshall Plan
- Peace Corps
- Operation Head Start
- Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Voting Rights Act of 1965
- Water Quality Act
- Clean Air Act
- First Man on the Moon
- Women's Suffrage Amendment
- Workers Compensation Act
- Unemployment Compensation Act
- Rural Electrification Act
- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
- Federal Home Loan Program
- Securities & Exchange Act
- Guaranteed Student Loan Program � Family and Medical Leave Act
- School Lunch Program
- Motor Voter Act
- 100,000 New police on U.S. streets
- Balanced budget in 1998 as a result of the Balanced Act 1993
- Davis-Bacon Act
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