Comitta Campaign Update

Some of you may have heard a rumor, about the status of the race in the 156th District. We are pleased to report that we have an unexpected update to the outcome. On Election Day, Carolyn’s votes were 78 fewer than her opponent. There were some ballots cast which we knew had not been counted, […]

Dear Mayor Comitta

Letter, Times of Chester County title there: “Sound says a lot about 156th candidates”), Oct. 25th, 2016 letters1I listened to the WCHE debate yesterday between you and your opponent. Listening without seeing the candidates helps me hear nuances that sometimes are blurred with a visual. Here is what I heard: A vibrant, intelligent, extremely well […]

Leaders Get Things Done

Every day, voters are telling Carolyn that Harrisburg is broken, and needs someone with her skills to bring people together. As your State Representative, Carolyn Comitta will be a leader who gets things done. Please share with your friends if you agree!!! As Carolyn’s campaign manager since she first ran for Mayor in 2009, I […]

Gov. Wolf w/ Mayor Comitta in West Chester Oct. 21

Join Governor Tom Wolf in support of our Mayor Carolyn Comitta in her campaign for PA House district 156. Noon to 2 p.m., Friday Oct. 21, but get there early to be sure to meet and hear the Governor! At Olive Branch Tapas, 142 West Gay St., West Chester. To donate specifically for that event, […]

Phonebank and canvass for Carolyn for 156th!

Urgent! Help turn out voters for Mayor Comitta to become Representative Comitta! Please let Gina know which of the following shifts you can sign up for: PHONEBANKS @ Carolyn Comitta’s 10/18 (Tuesday), 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. 10/20 (Thursday), 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. 10/25  (Tuesday), 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. 10/27 (Thursday), 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. […]

Carolyn Comitta in USA Today

excerpts from “A suburban tide against Trump could sink his election bid” by Susan Page, USA TODAY, 9/13/16: … But Democrats have become increasingly competitive in the suburban counties, which include about a third of the state’s voters. In 2012, Romney lost the other three and carried Chester by just two-tenths of a percentage point, […]