May 21, 2019
|EASTTOWN TOWNSHIP OFFICES||DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
(Must file by March 12TH)
|BOARD OF SUPERVISORS (Elect 2)|
Easttown Township is governed by a 5 member Board of Supervisors
who serve staggered terms of 6 years with elections occurring
in odd years (2019, 2021, etc.)
|BOARD OF AUDITORS (Elect 1)|
The 3 member Board of Auditors serve staggered 6-year terms.
They are responsible for conducting the annual audit of township finances.
|TE SCHOOL BOARD (Elect 1 in Region 3)|
The Tredyffrin/Easttown(TE) School District is divided into three
regions of nearly equal population with all of Easttown Township in Region 3.
There are nine members on the TE School Board serving 4 year staggered
terms with elections occurring in the odd years (2019, 2021, etc.)
No Democratic candidates yet announced.
Please consider running!
|CHESTER COUNTY OFFICES||DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
(Must file by March 12th)
| COMMISSIONERS |
Three commissioners are responsible for policy making, fiscal management,
and administration of county affairs. Nov. ballot usually has two
Democrats & two Republicans, of whom the top three win.
Four year term.
Chief law enforcement officer for the county. Investigates, prosecutes,
and prevents crime. Four year term.
Legal custodian of all civil instruments filed with the Court of Common Pleas,
in accordance with the laws of civil procedure of the Commonwealth and
Chester County. Four year term.
|RECORDER OF DEEDS|
Responsible for the public repository of real estate records, military
discharges, commissions & official documents. Interface between taxpayers,
real estate professionals & county officials. Four year term.
|REGISTER OF WILLS|
Probates wills & appoints estate representatives for decedents who die
with or without a will. Serves as an agent for the state of Pennsylvania
for filing & payment of inheritance taxes. Four year term.
Authority to enforce the criminal laws as well as the vehicle laws of
Pennsylvania. Four year term.
|PLEAS COURT JUDGES |
The Common Pleas Court has 12 full time judges and 3 senior judges with
two judgeships up for election this November. The judges hear a wide
spectrum of cases, including adult and juvenile criminal prosecutions,
lawsuits involving money or property, divorce, custody disputes, child
support issues, adoptions, and estates. Ten year term.