This November 3 we will be voting in the 2020 Presidential/General Election.
Registered East and West Bradford Voters will be voting for US President (Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump) and the following Chester County races:
US House of Representatives: 6th District – Chrissy Houlahan, incumbent
Chrissy is an Air Force veteran, engineer, businesswoman, educator, and mother. She is the first woman ever to be elected to Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional District and the first Democrat in 160 years. In Congress, Chrissy serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Small Business Committee, and the House Foreign Affairs Committee. She has worked hard to bring (and save) jobs in the area, expand access and affordability to quality healthcare for all, improve and strengthen education, grow our economy, protect our environment, and support our veterans and their families. www.chrissyhoulahanforcongress.com
PA State Senate: 19th District – Carolyn Comitta (Sen. Andy Dinniman is retiring)
Carolyn Comitta is our choice to replace the retiring Andy Dinniman in the PA State Senate. Carolyn has represented the neighboring 156th District in the PA General Assembly since 2016. Formerly, she served two terms as the Mayor of West Chester, PA, and was a member of Borough Council, the National League of Cities and PA Municipal League. Through decades of participation in local, state, national and international organizations, Carolyn has gained a deep and broad knowledge of public policy and governance. Carolyn’s professional background is in education. She continues to serve as a mentor to students, and since 1992 has organized the attendance of over 2,500 local students at the annual Health and Environment Conference at the United Nations. https://www.votecarolyncomitta.com/
PA State House (158th District – Christina Sappey, West Bradford, incumbent)
“I have five decades of life experience that shape and form my beliefs, and I care deeply about the place I call home. I’ve spent the last 14 years working in the State Legislature and know how to get things done. I’m driven to represent the needs and people of Chester County, and I’m signing up to take the lead.” Christina is a West Bradford resident, and for over 25 years she has lived and raised her family here in Chester County. She was a business woman, stay-at-home mom, community volunteer, non-profit founder for an environmental conservation and historic preservation organization, and Chief of Staff to local elected officials before becoming our representative in Harrisburg in 2018. State Representative Christina Sappey is an authentic moderate who believes solutions spring from true compromise and bringing opposing views to the table. In these serious times, and with such pressing issues, we need bi-partisan and experienced people like Christina in the State House. Christina is running for reelection because she has seen government gridlock, ineffectiveness, and polarization increase over the past decade. She will leverage her decades of bi-partisan experience in government, business, and this community to lead. christinasappeypa158.com
In addition, ballots will have the following Pennsylvania State Row Office races:
Attorney General of Pennsylvania
Democrat Josh Shapiro is running to be re-elected Attorney General of Pennsylvania.
The People’s Attorney General, fighting to protect seniors, veterans, small businesses and consumers from fraud and scams. Holding the Trump Administration accountable to the law.
Treasurer of Pennsylvania
Democrat Joe Torsella is running to be re-elected Treasurer of Pennsylvania.
Working to protect nearly $100 billion in state assets and safeguarding the financial health of the state. Founding president and CEO of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Served as chair of the PA State Board of Education.
Pennsylvania Auditor General
Democrat Nina Ahmad is running for Pennsylvania Auditor General. (This will be an open seat with Eugene DePasquale leaving the office.)
Molecular biologist and entrepreneur. Immigrant. Mom. Activist fighting against workplace discrimination and harassment. Helped raise millions for local nonprofits that improve quality of life for working and poor families.