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Welcome To The Norwin Penn Trafford Area Democrats
We serve and represent Adamsburg, Harrison City, Irwin, Manor, North Huntingdon,
North Irwin, Penn Borough, Penn Township, and Trafford

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Our next meeting will be February 16, 6pm Norwin Public Library


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Primary Election Day is May 16th.

If you plan on mailing in your ballot you need to apply for an application every year. To apply for an absentee or mail-in ballot for 2023 Click Here

The  Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack is no longer standing.
To view their findings
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Constitutional Corner   

Constitution Blocks Election Fraud

Should the Founding Fathers have recognized that challenges to the Constitution or election results might occur? Maybe, if they had anticipated that future citizens and elected officials would defy the will of the voters, they would include more specific wording. 

The Twelfth Amendment did add some clarity but not enough to stop some candidates.

See Full Articland Past Articles

Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 

This Bill aims to curb inflation by reducing the deficit, lowering prescription drug prices, and invests in domestic energy production while promoting clean energy solutions.

For more details on this bill  Click Here


In this  month of February we not only celebrate and acknowledge the great contributions made by African Americans but how our fellow Americans have resisted historic and ongoing oppression in our country. To learn more go to  

Hazardous Waste Landfill Proposed For Westmoreland County

Max Environmental has applied to the Department of Environmental Protection to expand their facility for a 7th landfill.This proposal would allow MAX to dispose of HAZARDOUS WASTE without treatment for the first time.  To learn more about this proposed landfill and what you can do Click Here

To write to the DEP Click Here

To learn more about who's in this fight to preserve and protect PA go to

    President Biden Signs the CHIPS and Science Act 

The CHIPS Act aims to make the U.S. less dependent on semiconductor chips made in China and Taiwan. This bill will unlock hundreds of billions more in private sector semiconductor investment across the country, including production essential to national defense and critical sectors. This law will also ensure The United States maintains and advances its scientific and technological edge.  This bill was passed with bipartisan support.


below is letter of the week

for past letters that were written and sent to local publications for consideration 
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Writing Letters

Letter of the Week

Toxic Waste Site Should Not Be In OUR Backyard...... 

Residents of Western Pennsylvania Beware! We are at risk! MAX Environmental plans to build a new hazardous dump on the banks of the Sewickley Creek, a tributary of the Youghiogheny River, threatening drinking water for thousands. We have some of the worst air quality in the nation with MAX releasing the highest airborne lead pollution in Pennsylvania. For years, DEP has ignored our poor air quality. In 1948 in Donora, 20 people died, within 6 days another 50 were found dying, hundreds of citizens were left disabled from a mix of pollutants and a temperature inversion.  For 50 years, toxic wastes have been dumped in Yukon. Max and its predecessor  Mill Service have had hundreds of violations, spewing harmful chemicals into the air and water, threatening our health. This new MAX dump will be the ONLY hazardous dump in all of Pennsylvania. They will dump untreated wastes including arsenic, benzene, lead, chromium, and radioactive wastes.  Why would the DEP  consider allowing a known polluter to continue? Remind our County Commissioners that allowing this dumpsite to go forward in NOT acceptable! If they turn their backs on the voters in Westmoreland county, come this November we will vote them out. Commissioners and the DEP should say no to MAX!

                                                                                          Patricia Daly Oliver

Community Meetings and Events

Region 6 Norwin/PT  Democrats

 Our next meeting will be  February 16th, 6pm, Norwin Public Library.

Irwin Borough Meeting

Workshop Meeting

February 28, 6pm-7pm

Council Chamber 1 First Street, Irwin

Agenda Meeting

February 8, 6pm-7pm

North Irwin Borough Meeting

February 13, 6pm-7pm

21 Second Street, North Irwin

Manor Borough Council

Manor Borough Council Meeting 

Wednesday, February 15, 7pm

Manor Borough Community Room

Norwin School Board Meeting

 Legislative Meeting

February 13, 7pm

Norwin Middle School Cafeteria

10870 Mockingbird Drive,

For more information & to sign up to speak click on the link below: 

Penn Township Commissioners Meeting

Monthly Caucus Meeting

February 8, 7pm

Regular Meeting

February 15

Penn Township Municipal Building

2001 Municipal Court

Harrison City

Trafford Borough Council Meeting

February 27, 7pm

Manchester Room

414 Brinton Avenue, Trafford

NHT Commissioners Meeting

Special Meeting

Thursday, February 9, 7pm

Regular Meeting

Wednesday, February 15, 7pm

Westmoreland County Commissioners

Agenda Meeting

Tuesday, February 14, 11am

Room #101

Commissioners' Public Meeting

Thursday, February 16, 10am

Commissioners' Public Meeting Room

Courthouse Square

2 North Main Street, Greensburg, PA

Request to comment

Industrial Development Corporations Meeting

February 16, 10am

South Huntingdon Township Meeting

February 16, 3pm

75 Supervisor Drive, West Newton, PA 15089

Politician Greeting Children

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