Tag Archives: Pennsylvania politics

Think Globally – Act Locally- Legislative Advocacy at the Local Level

Guest blog by Penny Conly Ellison Fighting for animal protection legislation can feel overwhelming. Often the same bills are floating around for years or even decades and, although the vast majority of voters may support them, the political winds never blow the right direction to get them over the finish line. Pennsylvania is a prototypical […]

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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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Weekend Update: Get Out the Vote

Guest blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. (Part four of a four part series) Earlier this year I wrote about becoming a candidate for local office as a means to advocate for the compassionate treatment of animals at the municipal level. Some of you who read those articles may have taken that step to place you name on […]

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Getting to Know You

We’d like to learn a little bit about the voting habits of all of our members, supporters and animal advocates in Pennsylvania! Please take the following anonymous survey so that we can get to know you. Our goal is to meet your needs and interests as we continue to strengthen the animal vote and this […]

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