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Spring BBQ Chicken Feed - May 3   

Join us at the ACDC BBQ Chicken Feed!
Featuring BBQ Sauces Created by Candidates for Local and Statewide Office

Join us for a BBQ Cookoff Chicken feed on Sunday, May 3rd from 1-4pm at the New Oxford Social Club and Athletic Pavilion, 200 W. Golden Lane in New Oxford (down the long driveway to the left of the social club).

Invited candidates include:

Supreme Court: Christine Donahue, Kevin Dougherty, John Foradora, Anne Lazarus, David Wecht, and Dwayne Woodruff
Superior Court: Robert Colville and Alice Debow
Commonwealth Court: Todd Eagan and Michael Wojcik
Adams County Judge: Matt Teeter
County Commissioner: Paul Kellett, Marty Qually and Harry Stokes

Salads, Deserts, and Beverages Included! Plus, activities for children, music and many surprises planned throughout the day!

Tickets are $30 (children under 10 are free) and may be purchased by either the using the form below or contacting any Committeeperson.


2015 Primary Voters Guide!
Wondering who to support in the upcoming election, or curious who is on the ballot? Check out the ACDC 2015 Primary Voters' Guide! As a reminder, the polls open on May 19th at 7:00am and close at 8:00pm. Find out who is running for office where you live, and head out to the polls to make your voice heard!

View the Primary Voters' Guide here. For more detailed information on the individual judicial candidates, consult the following guide for their campaign websites, or use the Candidates navigation box on the right! View the Judicial Guide here.

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Sometimes people ask: "What has President Obama Accomplished?"

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 jobs.
  • 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 sexual orientation.
  • 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 Accomplishments

  • 8-Hour Workday
  • Social Security
  • Minimum Wage Law
  • G.I. Bill of Rights
  • Marshall Plan
  • NATO
  • Peace Corps
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • 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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