We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both! - Justice Louis Brandeis
If we are going to make changes and reform our dysfunctional state political system, we need citizens to get involved and engaged in our democracy at the PA State House District and PA State Senate District levels. There should be and can be an Good Government PA advocacy group in each district. Please consider being the contact person for your district. If you are not sure of your district and who your elected legislators are please click Here and enter your address and zip.
We can help by connecting your with others in your districts from our statewide Good Government PA list. Next, start building an email list of other constituents in your district and start advocating for 'a democracy with economic, environmental and social justice for all in Pennsylvania."
This list, from the UUPLAN, provides information about proposed legislation that we feel should be supported or opposed by the citizens of Pennsylvania.
Here is a list of the contact person for Good Government Advocacy Groups in PA State House and PA State Senate Districts:
PA 133rd State House District - Tom Ulrich (email@example.com)