2,219 ballots were cast in the borough, according to the county.
Check out the unofficial numbers from Chester County below. Numbers are expected to be finalized in the coming weeks.
|1||ROSE STANCATO (R)||209||37||BILL SCOTT (D)||350||63|
|3||MATT HOLLIDAY (R)||175||48||E. BRIAN ABBOTT (D)||192||52|
|5||CARL WENRICH, JR. (R)||99||44||DON BRACELAND (D)||127||56|
|7||MICKEY BROLES-HALL (R)||162||34||ELLEN KOOPMAN (D)||313||66|
|SEAN CARPENTER (R)||8,036||11.47|
|ED COYLE (R)||8,038||11.47|
|PAM LATORRE (R)||7,932||11.32|
|MARIA ARMANDI PIMLEY (R)||7,678||10.95|
|JOYCE CHESTER (D)||9,702||13.84|
|ROBIN KALINER (D)||9,586||13.68|
|CHRIS MCCUNE (D)||9,677||13.81|
|RICKY L SWALM (D||9,389||13.40|
From: The West Chester Democratic Committee
Credits: Nathaniel Smith and Jim Salvas
A DEMOCRATIC COUNCIL IS GOOD FOR WEST CHESTER…
West Chester has undergone a renaissance in the thirteen years Democrats have held the majority on Borough Council, including the four years to date in office of the incumbent Democratic Mayor.
The Borough fell into the doldrums by the 1990s. History was torn down to make way for parking lots (e.g., Warner Theater, Mansion House), and the County moved many of its administrative offices to West Goshen.
Beginning in 2000, Council worked closely with businesses, protected downtown, oversaw the County courthouse’s move to the Justice Center, built three new downtown garages to accommodate growth, and tightened zoning regulations to protect our streetscapes and quality of life.
Council now listens to citizens, does its best to make decisions in the public interest, balances the public desire for services against the need to hold down taxes, empowers citizen boards and commissions, and encourages participation at public meetings.
This Democratic Council saw us through the prosperous years and were good stewards during the recent recession. West Chester has been revitalized under Democratic leadership.