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Committee People

Recent Changes to Polling Locations

2-3 was Welsh Valley and is now Oakhill Condominium Clubhouse

7-2 & 7-3 were Temple Beth Hillel is now Penn Wynne Elementary School

 

Some changes are potentially just for the primary.

 

Please check back here in the Fall.

Email your Committee People by email by clicking on the name(s) corresponding to your precinct.

Ward
PA District
Name
Polling Place
N-1
148
MIke Salmanson
Narberth Presbyterian Church
N-1
148
James Craig
Narberth Presbyterian Church
N-2
148
Bob Winkelman
Narberth Borough Building
N-2
148
Lisa Nickell-Paninos
Narberth Borough Building
N-3
148
Deborah Lonsdorf
Narberth Borough Building
N-3
148
Rebecca Starr
Narberth Borough Building
1-1
148
Mitchell Rothman
Penn Valley School
1-1
148
Heather Turner
Penn Valley School
1-2
148
Nancy Kleinberg
Penn Valley School
1-2
148
Allison Weinkranz
Penn Valley School
1-3
148
Lois Deckelbaum
St Christophers Church
1-3
148
Position Vacant
St Christophers Church
2-1
148
Heidi Cooke
Beth David Reform Congregation
2-1
148
Eleanor Dezzi
Beth David Reform Congregation
2-2
148
James Robinson
First Presbyterian Church of Lower Merion
2-2
148
Greg Dolsky
First Presbyterian Church of Lower Merion
2-3
148
Susan Bolno
Oakhill Condominium Clubhouse
2-3
148
Kate Cohen
Oakhill Condominium Clubhouse
3-1
148
Ruth Dubb
Belmont Hills Library
3-1
148
Carrie Gish
Belmont Hills Library
3-2
148
Amy Palmer
Welsh Valley Middle School
3-2
148
Samantha Brumberger
Welsh Valley Middle School
3-3
148
Jeremiah Woodring
Belmont Hills Fire Company
3-3
148
Simon Kaufman
Belmont Hills Fire Company
4-1
149
Stephanie Riley
St Marys Episcopal Church
4-1
149
Position Vacant
St Marys Episcopal Church
4-2
149
Jane Murray
St Marys Episcopal Church
4-2
149
Jeremy Bub
St Marys Episcopal Church
4-3
149
Mary Walsh
First Presbyterian Church of Ardmore
4-3
148
Karen Bleznak
First Presbyterian Church of Ardmore
5-1
148
Kerry Skoglund
LMSD Admin Building
5-1
148
Miriam Camitta
LMSD Admin Building
5-2
148
Ray Courtney
LMSD Admin Building
5-2
148
Bonnie Squires
LMSD Admin Building
5-3
149
Stephanie Shell
LMSD Admin Building
5-3
149
Leslie Lieberman
LMSD Admin Building
6-1
149
Rachael Chou
Ashbridge House
6-1
149
Jamey Sperans
Ashbridge House
6-2
149
Samantha Florent
Black Rock Middle School
6-2
149
Christine McGuire
Black Rock Middle School
6-3
149
Eva Ray
Harriton High School
6-3
149
Marc Steel
Harriton High School
7-1
148
Jessica Tayler
Green Hill Condominium
7-1
148
Xandra O'Neill
Green Hill Condominium
7-2
148
Gigi Leitch
Penn Wynne Elementary School
7-2
148
Pamela Fahlund
Penn Wynne Elementary School
7-3
148
Susan Gilmour
Penn Wynne Elementary School
7-3
148
Judy Greenwood Ulan
Penn Wynne Elementary School
8-1
149
Penny Glackman
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
8-1
149
Deborah Stahl
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
8-2
149
Adrian Seltzer
S.S. Sahag & Mesrob Armenian Church
8-2
149
June Coleman
S.S. Sahag & Mesrob Armenian Church
8-3
149
Robin Oriel
S.S. Sahag & Mesrob Armenian Church
8-3
149
Louise Polis
S.S. Sahag & Mesrob Armenian Church
8-4
149
Carol Shore
Ardmore Methodist Church
8-4
149
Emily Polhamus
Ardmore Methodist Church
9-1
148
Eric Hoffman
The Cynwyd Club
9-1
148
David Dormont
The Cynwyd Club
9-2
148
Margot Stein
The Cynwyd Club
9-2
148
Ashley Best-Raiten
The Cynwyd Club
9-3
148
Jeffrey Schwartz
Bala Gym
9-3
148
Tom Cronin
Bala Gym
10-1
149
Lindsay Wetmore-Arkader
Church of the Redeemer
10-1
149
Kathleen Wilkinson
Church of the Redeemer
10-2
149
Leigh Anne Smith
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
10-2
149
Position Vacant
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
10-3
149
Deborah Harley
Bryn Mawr Community Center
10-3
149
Judy Gold
Bryn Mawr Community Center
11-1
149
Neil Epstein
Beaumont At Bryn Mawr
11-1
149
Margaret Epstein
Beaumont At Bryn Mawr
11-2
149
David Broida
Lower Merion Baptist Church
11-2
149
Position Vacant
Lower Merion Baptist Church
11-3
149
Steve Tornetta
Harriton High School
11-3
149
Steve Wolfe
Harriton High School
12-1
148
Barbara Schick
Merion Tribute House
12-1
148
Evan Mackey
Merion Tribute House
12-2
148
Jon Kligerman
Merion Tribute House
12-2
148
Bill Leopold
Merion Tribute House
12-3
148
Bruce Eisenberg
Levering Mill House
12-3
148
Robert E. Paul
Levering Mill House
13-1
148
Gilda Kramer
Levering Mill House
13-1
148
Linda Tasker
Levering Mill House
13-2
148
Casey O’Bannon
Bala Cynwyd Middle School
13-2
148
Jill Shapiro
Bala Cynwyd Middle School
13-3
148
Shifra Vega
Bala Cynwyd Middle School
13-3
148
Shirlee Howe
Bala Cynwyd Middle School
14-1
148
Phyllis Rubin
Penn Wynne School
14-1
148
Sheryl Chernoff
Penn Wynne School
14-2
148
Albert Piccerilli
Penn Wynne School
14-2
148
Elaine Roseman
Penn Wynne School
14-3
148
Alan Tuttle
Penn Wynne Library
14-3
148
Sara Atkins
Penn Wynne Library
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Committee Person Job Description

A committee person is his or her political party’s representative in each voting precinct. Committee people serve as a point of contact between the voters in the precinct and their political party. Locally the Democratic Party is organized as The Democratic Committee of Lower Merion and Narberth (DCLMN).  As an elected position, to be a Committee Person you gather signatures on a petition to get on the ballot during the Primary Election of a year when the Governor is up for election. If there is an opening for Committee Person in between those elections, the Chair of the party can appoint to fill the vacancy.

Committee people have core responsibilities to help “get out the vote” and work outside the polls on Election Day. But you can make the job as big or as small as you want. Some committee people just choose to work on Election Day. But most committee people are in touch with their party and their neighbors all year long. You need only have the time and interest to build relationships with their neighbors and keep up with Committee meetings and tasks to make this job meaningful and rewarding.
 

Responsibilities
Year-round responsibilities could include, but are not limited to:

• Attending meetings of the DCLMN (10 per year)

• Assisting with voter registration drives in your neighborhood.

• Circulating nomination petitions for your party’s candidates.

• Giving voters information about an upcoming election so they know where to vote and who is on the ballot.

• Distributing absentee and mail-in ballot applications before an election.

On Election Day:

• Getting out the vote. By using lists of registered voters in your division, you can help make sure that as many people as possible come out to vote.

• Handing out campaign literature at your polling place.

• Arranging rides to the polls for voters who are unable to walk or drive themselves.

• Reporting improper behavior or point out weaknesses in the security of the election process to the appropriate authorities.

 

In Lower Merion and Narberth, two committee people are assigned to each precinct, so these responsibilities may be shared.

For more information, or to enquire about committee person vacancies, contact: Jeff Scott.

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