Pennsylvania
Working Families Party

About

Pennsylvania Working Families Party is a grassroots political party that recruits, trains, and elects the next generation of progressive leaders to office. In 2016 the WFP helped Rep.Chris Rabb defeat incumbent Tonyelle Cook-Artis in a major upset. In 2017 the WFP knocked on 70,000 doors to elect District Attorney Larry Krasner. In 2018, the WFP helped Liz Fiedler win her 4-way primary race with 51% of the vote. And in 2019 WFP made history in Philadelphia by electing Kendra Brooks to be the first WFP City Council member, ending decades of Republican dominance of an at-large seat.

Our Candidates

Lydia Laythe Erie County Council, District 6
Caroline Turner Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas
Steven Singer Alleghany County Council
Lisa Middleman Allegheny Court of Common Pleas
Lori Dumas Commonwealth Court
Alex Myers Hatboro Township Council
Maraleen Shields Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas
Maryann Velez Luzerne County Council
Cece Gerlach Mayor, Allentown
Lillian DeBaptiste Mayor, West Chester