There are exciting campaigns in motion that you must know about!

We would like to introduce you to Jules Mermelstein who is running for Judge of PA Superior Court in the November election. Jules has been a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania since 1980. In addition to state courts, he is admitted to practice in the Eastern District of PA, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the US Supreme Court. He has been a volunteer attorney for the ACLU, a Managing Attorney for Hyatt Legal Services, and a partner in Mermelstein & Light. Jules served five terms as an Upper Dublin Township Commissioner, serving from January, 1992, through January, 2011. He was awarded the Upper Dublin Medal for Outstanding Citizen in 2011.

Jules Mermelstein will need your help with connecting with voters and making sure they know his campaign. Check out his website for more information, donate, and volunteer here

Support Jules Mermelstein by placing his campaign sign in your yard. Contact Lancaster Greens to pick up your sign for a $10 donation.

The Lancaster County Green Party has endorsed Timothy Runkle’s race for the 1st Ward seat on Elizabethtown Borough Council. Tim is running because he believes that local government is best when it is powered by those that are committed to the community. He also insists that if we are to grow the Green Party we need to start at the local level and Be Seen Being Green. Tim plans on running a small campaign requiring only 150 votes to win the 1st Ward seat in Elizabethtown.

You can find more information on Tim Runkle’s run for Elizabethtown Borough Council at


The Lancaster Greens will be participating in Lancaster PeaceFest on September 24 at Binns Park Lancaster. Peace Fest, hosted by Lancaster Peace Action Network, will entertain and enlighten. Corty Byron, the Big Boy Brass Band, and Music for Everyone will perform throughout the day. There will be speeches from John Dear, Jacquetta Hunter, and Kevin Martin, President of Peace Action. Numerous organizations working for peace and justice locally will participate in an information fair, including: Advoz, 1040 for Peace, the Elizabethtown College Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking, Alternatives to Violence, the Council of Churches, Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County, Legacies of War, Church World Services, Citizens Immigration and Refugee Action Committee, the Lancaster Green Party, Have a Heart, and many more churches and community organizations.