Pardon Us

Please be patient while we prepare to launch our new West Chester Borough Democrats website. We are working on new features to better serve all our voters. Meanwhile, email contact@wcborodems.org to volunteer for our Chesco Victory campaign and help elect Democrats up and down the ballot this year and next. Jim SalvasChair, West Chester Democratic […]

Raise the Flag!

Jim Salvas (West Chester Democratic Committee Chair & Property Management Chair) asked Chrissy Houlahan to have this flag flown over the US Capital as soon as she was elected the first Democrat and woman to win the 6th Congressional Seat in the US Congress! Our flag is thus the first flown at Chrissy’s request.  Pictured […]

Sad News on Passing of Democratic Committee Person Bill McLaughlin

We are all saddened to hear of the sudden passing of another well known and respected Democratic Committee Person – Bill McLaughlin of West Chester, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family and many friends. William L. McLaughlin, Lawyer and Life-Long Sailor, died suddenly Saturday, March 26, 2016 in West Palm Beach, Florida, […]

Vice Chairman’s Take on Vietnam 50 Years Ago Today

Fifty years ago today, I shipped from Jacksonville aboard the USS Boxer with others from the 1st Air Cavalry Division, bound for Vietnam via the Suez Canal. We were the first full division sent to the war. Please hold off on what has become the obligatory “thank you for your service” comment. As I look […]

Joe Sestak Walks Across Chester County on his way to Ohio!

Admiral Joe Sestak comes to Chester County! “You may have heard by now that I have officially kicked off my campaign for the U.S. Senate by beginning my 422-mile walk across Pennsylvania, from New Jersey to the Ohio border. I’m doing this because I believe, as Scout recalls in To Kill a Mockingbird, You never […]

Tangible good news

Hi, everyone — If you want tangible evidence that the new health care law is already helping ordinary people, it’s worth talking to one of the 8.5 million Americans who received rebates from their insurance companies this summer. Just ask the folks who got checks in the mail. Because of the Affordable Care Act, insurers […]