Candidates need your vote; your local and state governments need your vote; your nation needs your vote. You choose who you want to run your government, your democracy. “If you stay home, you’re voting for the other side.”
West Chester has eight (8) precincts. Mayor Comitta’s 23-vote-win in the 2009 Primary meant that if just three people (3) from each precinct stayed home, she would have lost.
If you stay at home, you’re voting for the other side. So, don’t vote for the other side. Get up, get dressed, and go to your polling place, which is open from 7AM to 8PM.
This is what your vote means — why each vote counts …
- 2000, WC Borough Council President, Ward 2, Diane LeBold tied the general election and won by a coin toss. She is now President of Borough Council.
- 2006, State Representative, 156th District, Barbara McIlvaine Smith, won the general election by 28 votes.
- 2009, Mayor, Borough of West Chester, Carolyn Comitta won the primary election by 23 votes.
- 2015, Magisterial District Justice, Marion Vito won the general election by 44 votes.
- 2016, State Representative, 156th District, Carolyn Comitta won the general election by 25 votes.
So, don’t vote for the other side. Get up, get dressed, and go to your polling place.
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And in 2000, Diane LeBold tied in the general election for Borough Council in ward 2. Diane won the coin toss; she is now President of Borough Council.