Congratulations, East Goshen Democrats!

Congratulations everyone! You elected the most qualified, principled and dedicated group of public officials. 

David Shuey wins East Goshen Township Supervisor, the first time an elected Democrat has ever held this position. David ran a stellar campaign and came in first out of three candidates. His dedication to the many troubling ME2 pipeline issues, his fact-finding trips to Harrisburg and canvassing the township proved that knowledge is the basis of a winning campaign.

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And if that was not enough good news... we had a first-time historic Democratic sweep of county row offices. The FIRST FOUR Democrats ever elected to county row office in Chester County, PA since its founding in 1799... and they are all women. Chester County Dems said it best, "What is so important about the row office results is not just that Dems finally have a seat at that table, but that the public interest will be advanced by an overall set of countywide officials who represent the diversity of the county—including these 4 highly talented and dedicated professionals."

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It was a big win for the Democratic Party across the board this November 7th. Here in East Goshen, we watched as our candidates introduced themselves to each and every voter, took time to explain their platforms and listen to voter concerns. It was a long, hard campaign and now everyone is eager to... rest? Absolutely not. They are itching to get to work. As it has always been here in our corner of Pennsylvania, we are anxious to work together to make this township safe, profitable, equitable and the perfect place to live.

As for the Democrats who came out and showed up for your party, we thank you! We're going to need you to stay involved to have the greatest impact on future elections. Please come say hello at our next public meeting at the Township Building on November 30th at 7pm. 

Here are the still unofficial results which also include judges of Superior and Supreme Court. More updates as they become official throughout the following days. 

 

Sample Ballots are Now Posted

They are available for download. As usual, you will still find your friendly Democrat poll workers outside the voting stations on election day handing them out.

You can find the sample ballots as pdf files here. Democrats are listed as such, but the ovals are not filled in.  (Update: 10/12/17 --- Endorsed candidates are now marked on sample ballot downloads for your convenience)

And a quick reminder we will be out at the Farmer's Market this Thursday 10/5 and next 10/12, come say hello and pick up information about November's candidates.

October 10th is the last day to Register to Vote for November Election

Hello there, East Goshen Voters! Please tell your friends, family and neighbors that OCTOBER 10th is the last day to register for the November election in Pennsylvania. Go ahead and email them, post it on Facebook, get those friends and family to the polls!

Check your PA registration status here:

https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/Pages/VoterRegistrationStatus.aspx

 

East Goshen Farmer's Market

Come visit the East Goshen Democrats at the East Goshen Farmer's Market at East Goshen Park. We will have a table every other Thursday beginning August 10th through October 12th. The market runs from 3:00 to 7:00 PM each week.  We will be handing out treats as well as voter registration materials and candidate information for the November election. Hope to see you there!

Please contact Karen Fleming at Karenfleming2@gmail.com for more information. 

Winning Details from your Chester County Democratic Committee

What an election this was!

Thank you to each and every one of you who showed up at the polls and voted. A big thank you to those who introduced yourselves to your committee members and signed up to volunteer. We are thrilled to have you on board. 

We'll have more details for you in the coming days, as well as some plans for tackling the future election. 

  • Historic:  Democratic turnout increased 43% county-wide over the 2015 election.  
  • All our county-wide candidates won and got almost as many votes as the corresponding Republican candidates.
    • Patricia Maisano - Treasurer
    • Margaret Reif - Controller
    • Christina VandePol - Coroner
    • Maria Crossan - Clerk of Courts
  • Our endorsed judicial candidates who won state-wide were:
    • For PA Supreme Court
      • Dwayne Woodruff
    • For Superior Court 
      • Carolyn H Nichols
      • Geoff Moulton 
      • Maria McLaughlin
      • Debbie Kunselman
    • For Commonwealth Court
      • Ellen Ceisler
  • And our endorsed candidate Matthew Bramucci won for WCASD School Director
     {{update 8/2017: Matthew Bramucci has pulled out of the race for WCASD School Director}}

 

  • Chester County had the fourth highest vote total for the state-wide judicial candidates, exceeded only by Philadelphia, Allegheny (Pittsburgh) and Montgomery counties.