Ward 18, Division 16

I moved to Philadelphia in 2006 and moved to the 18th ward district 16 in 2011. My husband and I live on the 1700 block of N. Howard Street. I am a labor union activist who first started working for a labor union in 2004.

Our community elected me to be one of 2  Democratic Committee people in our precinct on May 15, 2018.  If you want to stay up-to-date, please follow me on facebook and register for the precinct email list.

 

Where is Ward 18, District 16?

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If you live on one of these blocks, you are in 18-16:

  • The 1600 of of N 02ND ST
  • The 1700 of of N 02ND ST
  • The 1800 of N 02ND ST
  • The 100 of W BERKS ST
  • The 1700 of BLAIR ST
  • The 100 of CECIL B MOORE AVE
  • The 200 of CECIL B MOORE AVE
  • The 10 of E COLUMBIA AVE
  • The 1600 of FRANKFORD AVE
  • The 1700 of FRANKFORD AVE
  • The 1600 of N FRONT ST
  • The 1700 of N HANCOCK ST
  • The 1800 of N HANCOCK ST
  • The 1600 of N HOPE ST
  • The 1700 of N HOPE ST
  • The 1700 of N HOWARD ST
  • The 1700 of N MASCHER ST
  • The 1800 of N MASCHER ST
  • The 100 of W MONTGOMERY AVE
  • The 1800 of N MUTTER ST
  • The 10 of E OXFORD ST
  • The 100 of W OXFORD ST
  • The 1600 of N PALETHORP ST
  • The 1800 of N PALETHORP ST
  • The 100 of E PALMER ST
  • The 100 of W PALMER ST
  • The 1600 of N PHILIP ST
  • The 1700 of TILGHMAN ST
  • The 100 of TURNER ST
  • The 1700 of WATERLOO ST
  • The 100 of W WILT ST

You can always search for this on this Philadelphia VoterApp website.

What does a Committee Person do?

According to the Committee of 70:

A committee person is his or her political party’s representative in each division. Committee people serve as a point of contact between the voters in a division and elected officials and their political party. Committee people are considered party officers – not public officials or government employees. They are also volunteers and receive no taxpayer-funded compensation.

Committee people have a core responsibility to help “get out the vote” for their political party. But you can make the job as big or as small as you want. Some committee people just choose to work on Election Day. But many committee people are in touch with their party and their neighbors all year long.

https://www.seventy.org/uploads/files/19302649368555322-committee-person-manual-2014.pdf

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