Via The Record-Herald
The co-founder of the country’s first ever Republican Amish super Political Action Committee said there was a strong turn-out of Amish and Mennonite voters in Ohio and Pennsylvania for the presidential election and the organization is already looking ahead to the Ohio Senate race in 2018.
'The Amish aren't different from the rest of the country:' PAC's co-founder says hoping to draw out the group's vote
Via CBS Philly
LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — An unusual get-out-the-vote effort is under way in Pennsylvania today, and, it’s going on just outside Philadelphia.
Hundreds of volunteers from the Amish PAC are fanning out across Lancaster County, driving to farms and encouraging a population that shuns technology and the outside world to come out to the polls.
Via Fox News
The Amish could be trading their buggies for rides in cars Tuesday, as a political action committee is seeking drivers to get them to the polls.
A pro-Trump political action committee has been trying to mobilize the reclusive group for the election, and in a battleground state like Pennsylvania, they could form a legitimate voting bloc. Amish PAC is hoping some of the state's 69,000 adherents will cast ballots - if they can get to the polls.