The links below will direct you to more information about what you can do to educate and advocate for these issues:

Fair Districts - End Gerrymandering
When legislative leaders manipulate district boundaries to keep themselves in office or to silence their opposition, we ALL lose. This abuse of our political system has made Pennsylvania one of the most gerrymandered states in the country. ​
Change is needed. Right now, whichever party has control of the legislature has control of redistricting.  Fair Districts PA is advocating for a fair and transparent process that includes public input.
To learn more, go to Fair Districts PA website at

Reproductive Rights
If you believe politicians have no business interfering in the most personal and private medical decisions pertaining to reproductive rights, we encourage you to help us elect candidates who  have been vocal in their opposition to restricting these rights.

We all want to protect the quality of life for ourselves and future generations by stopping the degradation of our environment caused by climate change.  .
​ You can take action by : Learning what Go100% PA is doing to lobby for a Renewable Future for Pennsylvania. See their website at .

Penn Environment is a citizen's advocacy group working to build support for specific shifts in pubic policy to support a cleaner environment. Please see their website page about "Waste and Recycling" for their proposals to reduce the harm caused by plastic pollution.

Public Education
We believe every child in Pennsylvania has the right to a public education that prepares them for college and career. But our legislative leaders in Harrisburg have created a school funding system where the students who need the most get the least, because of where they live. By coming together we can demand that every school gets the funding needed to provide all our children the kind of education that prepares them for a bright future. ​

You can take action by:
1)  Learn what Education Voters PA is doing to promote Fair School Funding . See their website a
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2)  Attend your local school board meetings.