2018 Mid-Term Election Results!

Congratulations to Chester County Democrats for an Outstanding 2018 Election Result! See the press release below for County level winners. Congratulations also to statewide winners: Governor Tom Wolf and new Lt. Gov. John Fetterman US Senator Bob Casey Press release from CCDC: CHRISSY HOULAHAN MAKES HISTORY AS FIRST DEMOCRAT AND WOMAN TO WIN 6th CONGRESSIONAL […]

“What’s gonna fix our democracy is you … you and your vote.”

“Here’s the good news: In two months, we have the chance—not the certainty, but the chance—to restore some semblance of sanity to our politics. Because there is only one real check on bad policy and abuses of power. And that’s you—you and your vote.” “What’s gonna fix our democracy is you … The threat to […]

THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM

The Chester County (Pennsylvania) Democratic Committee believes in Freedom, Fairness, and Opportunity for all Americans, regardless of what they believe, who they are, and where they came from. Join CCDC in making Chester County a better place for all! We have a chance to fundamentally shape the future of our country. But that will only […]

VOTE Tuesday, May 15, 2018! Get your SAMPLE BALLOTS HERE!

Make voting easier on yourself.  Get familiar with this SAMPLE GENERIC BALLOT FOR WEST CHESTER. The Chester County Democratic Committee (CCDC) endorses the candidates marked with black ovals. Consult your precinct committeepersons for information about State and WC Democratic Committee candidates. To answer questions, Democratic committeepersons are working the polls all day; they are there […]

Close Races

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 […]

A thought on the direction of change

The conclusion of president Obama’s speech at the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 2013, commemorating the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” oration: ..Everyone who realizes what those glorious patriots knew on that day — that change does not come from Washington, but to […]