Upper St. Clair Democratic Committee

The USC Democratic Committee needs phone bank volunteers to contact their neighbors in the township and encourage them to vote Democratic this November. If you are interested, please contact: or

Great Job USC Democrats!

The primary election held on June 2 was in many ways a test drive for the new voting system that was implemented this year by Governor Wolf. Among the many changes, the new law allowed for no-reason mail-in voting in Pennsylvania.

The Upper St. Clair Democratic Committee conducted an aggressive campaign to encourage Democratic voters in the township to apply for a mail-in ballot and our efforts paid off.  80% of the USC Democrats that voted in the primary did so by a mail-in ballot, as compared to only 21% of the township Republicans.

However, if we are to change the direction of the country, our work is just beginning. In the next few months, the USC Democratic Committee will be reaching out to those Democrats and Independents who have not applied for a mail-in ballot, and We Need Your Help!

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Our Democracy Is Under Attack And What You Can Do About It.

The most important and effective action you can take to help guide this country back to the democratic ideals embodied in our Constitution is to vote and encourage everyone you know to vote this November.

I want to vote but I can’t remember if I opted to automatically receive my mail in ballot for November 2020.

If you applied to vote by mail in the primary and can’t remember if you checked the box to receive a ballot for the general election, go to:

If you opted to receive your November ballot automatically, the screen should look like this:

What if I did not opt to receive my November mail in ballot automatically?

The Mail in voter ballot applications for November are currently available online at: The earlier that you apply the better chance that your ballot will mailed to you on time.

I am not registered, now what?
To register to vote in Pennsylvania, go to: