The Collegeville Democrats:

  • Act as a resource to the Democratic constituents of the Borough,
  • Keep the residents of our Borough informed about local state and national issues and the events that affect them,
  • Staff the polls on Election Day, and
  • Campaign for our candidates and Democratic initiatives throughout the year.

The Collegeville Democrats promote democratic ideals locally and work to elect top quality candidates for borough, county, state and federal offices. The Collegeville Democrats are also responsible for conducting the business operations of the Party at the borough level, including overseeing local Democratic election campaigns, maintaining a Political Action Committee and approving expenditures.

Since every year is an election year in Pennsylvania, we start early and work diligently and cooperatively to help secure victory for Democrats. A strong local organization can make the difference between winning and losing elections.

Please consider lending your talent and your time to our local Party efforts so that we can keep Democratic ideals moving forward in Collegeville as well as Montgomery County, our state and the country! By joining the Collegeville Democrats, you will enjoy working with a wonderful group of like-minded people while you make a real difference in your community.


We hold regular meetings to which all Democrats are invited on the last Wednesday of every month from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the faculty/staff dining room of the Wismer Center on the Ursinus College campus (Map it). We also hold training seminars and informational sessions, and participate in local fairs and festivals. Additionally, we hold several social events during the year.

We hope you will join us! Visit our Blog and our Facebook page, where we announce upcoming events and activities.

Because Collegeville Matters,

Andrea Baptiste, Municipal Chair



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