School Board candidate trainings: sign up now!

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YOU are qualified to run for school board, and we’re here to help.

Parents, teachers, community members and concerned citizens all have an important voice. And in 2023, there are over 2,000 School Board seats up for election in Pennsylvania alone.

We are pleased to announce a full school board training program that will set candidates, and volunteer activists, up with everything they need to be successful!

Please apply to one of the trainings below, or forward this email to a friend that might be interested.

January 7th – Pittsburgh, PA
January 21st – Virtual – anyone can join!
February 4th – West Chester, PA

Sign up for a School Board candidate training here. Space is limited, so don’t wait!

And, our candidate training program is funded by thousands of grassroots donors like you. Pitch in $10 or more to help us pay for locations, top-notch trainers, and other crucial expenses.

Thanks for your support!

— Promote the Vote PA

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Turn PA Blue is committed to harnessing the power and energy of committed volunteers to help elect Democrats up and down the ballot in 2020. The grassroots energy enhanced by Turn PA Blue has the ability to drive turnout and energy upward to help Democrats running across the state at all levels. Our goal is also to integrate the inclusion of new voices into the Democratic Party on all levels, with particular emphasis on strengthening the local parties whose infrastructure is vital to the growth and efficacy of the Democratic Party will also serve to “build our bench” for future candidate recruitment.

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