We believe that winning real change for working class people requires joining together across race and geography. Each of us has a stake in building a Pennsylvania that works for all of us, whether you live in Allentown or Philadelphia, Reading or Lancaster.
Winning on issues that impact working people means changing who is in power — from US Congress to your local city councillor. No matter the office, no matter the election, our goal is to elect true champions who are committed to taking on the 1% and standing up for working people, so we can build a Pennsylvania where each of us can thrive.
To that end, our local chapters have endorsed slates of champions for local communities across the state. See the endorsed candidates in your area below.
If you're interested in our recommendations on the hugely important statewide judicial elections, also check out this blog post from Katia Pérez, a Mass Liberation organizer at Reclaim Philadelphia.
The polls are open on Tuesday, Nov 2nd from 7am until 8pm. You can find your polling place and more information about how to vote here.
Berks Stands Up
Berks Stands Up has endorsed Jess Royer for Spring Township along with a slate of candidates in Wyomissing. If you're in Reading, you'll also get a chance to vote for BSU member Brianna Tyson, who won her primary and will be running unopposed in City Council District 1.
Capitol Region Stands Up
Capitol Region Stands Up has a big slate of endorsed candidates for school boards, councils and townships, and other offices on the West Shore.
Lancaster Stands Up
Lancaster Stands Up is also getting out the vote for a large number of municipal officials and school board candidates.
Lehigh Valley Stands Up has endorsed candidates in both Allentown and Bethlehem along with a number of other candidates for school board, commissioner, and council.
NEPA For Change
NEPA for Change is backing a slate of candidates in Scranton for school board and council.
Reclaim Philadelphia is backing Larry Krasner and a slate of judicial champs. They also have recommendations on other races and ballot initiatives in their voter guide.