Wednesday, December 2, 2020
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Actor Ted Danson to Campaign for Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania Ahead of Voter Registration Deadline

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Actor Ted Danson, famous for his roles in Cheers, Becker, CSI and Fargo, will campaign for Hillary Clinton at organizing events in Chester and Lancaster Counties on Monday, October 3.

  • The actor will be visiting West Chester to encourage Pennsylvanians to register to vote ahead of the October 11 deadline.
  • Danson will open a new coordinated campaign office in Lancaster, which brings the total number of coordinated campaign and DNC Headquarters offices to 56 across the Keystone State.
  • At the events, Danson will discuss with supporters Clinton’s plans to bring people together and create an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.

ABOUT TED &  POLITICAL ACTIVISM 

Chester County Democratic Lunch
WHO: Ted Danson, Chester County Democratic Committee, West Chester Mayor Carolyn Comitta
WHEN: 2:15 PM EDT, Monday, October 3
WHERE: Windon Hall, 803 West Market Street, West Chester, PA 19382

Chester County Voter Registration Event
WHO: Ted Danson, volunteers and supporters
WHEN: 4:15 PM EDT, Monday, October 3
WHERE: DNC Campaign Office, 127 North Church Street, West Chester, PA  19380

Lancaster Coordinated Campaign Office Opening
WHO: Ted Danson, Congressional candidate Christina Hartman, Lancaster Mayor Rick Gray, Lancaster City Council Vice President Barbara Wilson
WHEN: 6:30 PM EDT, Monday, October 3
WHERE: Pennsylvania Democrats Coordinated Campaign Office, 965 East King Street, Lancaster, PA  17602

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