Change, the discussion


Change, the Discussion

This series will combine an informative guest speaker with action steps to enrich our community, dispel misinformation, and foster an environment of safe discussion. This forum will explore socially, culturally, and politically complex issues. Each subject will be explored over two months, a month of education and a month of action.

Guest speakers will provide information on a spectrum of topics and give ways to act. Participants will be challenged to put what they learned into practice through such activities as service projects, sharing information with peers, and fundraising.

The seminars are nonpartisan and free to the public. The guest speakers will be issue area experts and individuals sharing their person experiences.

Next Session

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More Than Just Mass Shootings: The Impact of Gun Violence and What Can Be Done

Featuring Ray Warner, founding member PA Chapter of Moms Demand Action

Ray Warner is a founding member and the current Legislative Lead for the Pittsburgh local group of the PA Chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. Founded after the Sandy Hook shooting, Moms Demand Action is the largest grassroots gun violence prevention group in the US, with over 4.5 million members in every state.

Library Multipurpose Room, October 10th 7:00PM

Run for a Committee Seat

Help lead the Democratic Party on its path to success by running to fill a seat on the Upper St. Clair Democratic Committee. As a committee member, you have a role in:

  • Shaping the vision of the party;
  • Conducting outreach to voters;
  • Sharing the views on people in your Ward and District to leaders; and
  • Recruiting and supporting candidates.

To be a strong organization, the committee needs to be comprised of members diverse backgrounds and diverse ideas. As the United States experiment has proven, diversity makes a group stronger, and committee want to grow strong through its diversity.

You do not have to be a committee person to be an agent of change and contribute, but your voice would be a major asset to the committee as a member

If you are interested in running, please fill out this survey. A committee officer can help you find Democrats in your ward and district. 


  • Committee members should attend as many of the monthly meetings and other events as possible.
  • Committee members are strongly encouraged to work the Upper St. Clair Day booth.
  • Committee members vote in the endorsement meetings.
  • Committee members will support Democratic Candidates.

How to Run

What are the steps to run?

  1. Obtain a petition form from the Allegheny County Board of Elections – Available on February 6
  2. Obtain ten (10) or more signatures of registered Democrats from your District – Starting February 13
  3. Have the petition form notarized
  4. Submit the petition form to the Allegheny County Board of Elections – Due March 6

What are the requirements to run?

  • You must be a registered Democrat, and
  • You must be a resident in the Ward and District you wish to represent.

Important Information

  • If you are not sure what ward you are in, there is a guide to look up your information.
  • Each District is represented by two Democrats of different genders.
  • The committee election will be part of the Pennsylvania Primary May 15. If you run for the committee, your name will appear on the ballot for Democratic voters in your Ward and District.

Following the committee election, the committee members will select officers to fill the roles of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Secretary, and Treasurer.

Find your Ward and District

Wards and Districts

Upper St. Clair is divided into 5 Wards and those Wards are further divided into 18 Districts. The boundaries the wards and districts were established through the Township Charter. The Township has a map of the Wards and Districts.

How to find what Ward and District you resident

The easiest way to find your Ward and District is on the Pennsylvania Department of State Voter Registration Lookup. There you can enter your name or driver’s license number and find the Ward and District along with your voter status and polling place.

  • Go to
  • Choose to lookup yourself up by Name or Driver’s License number
  • Complete the form and click the Search button
  • Your voter registration status will be displayed
  • Next to the “Polling Place Address for” you will see your Ward and District
  • After “UP ST CLAIR” the Ward number is listed first, and then the District. In this example, the Ward is 2 and the District is 1, which is referred to as Ward 2-1.

State Representative

Natalie Mihalek

Republican, District 40


District Office
Hon. Natalie Mihalek
3515 Washington Road
Suite 540
McMurray, PA 15317
(724) 942-2045
Fax: (724) 942-2046

Capitol Office
Hon. Natalie Mihalek
143B East Wing
House PO Box 202040
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2040
(717) 783-1522
Fax: (717) 783-8332