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Anatomy of an Animal Voter

Thanks so much for taking our survey “Getting to Know You” earlier this year! More than 550 people have taken the survey to date. We’ve crunched the numbers, and we’ve got the results for you. The numbers underscore behavior of the animal voter, as 97.50% of our members are registered to vote and more than 83% vote in […]

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Walk the Talk for Animals

Guest blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. (Part three of a four part series) In two previous articles, I wrote about the value of becoming a candidate for local office as a means of gaining an official platform and position from which to advocate for the compassionate treatment of animals. If you have decided to take this step, […]

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Have You Ever Considered Running for Office?

Guest blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. On January 15th I wrote about the value of a local municipal office as a public platform from which to advocate. I also noted that many municipal offices go uncontested and therefore offer unique opportunities for the dedicated animal advocate to win election to offices such as borough council, […]

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Be Part of the Solution!

Guest blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. Odd-numbered years offer a unique opportunity to Pennsylvania animal advocates who wish to obtain an official platform from which to advocate. Odd numbered years mean municipal elections. Counties cities, boroughs, and townships will be holding elections for executives, mayors, commissioners, councils, supervisors, auditors, school directors, and other local […]

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