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WELCOME EASTTOWN VOTERS!

We're here to help you vote and elect Democrats to local, state and federal office.

Welcome Easttown Voters!

We're here to help you vote
and elect Democrats to local,
state and federal offices.

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MEET YOUR 2021 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY CANDIDATES!

The May 18, 2021 primary has many important local races in Easttown Township and Chester County as well as in the local and state judicial system. The individuals elected to every single one of these offices in 2021 will have an impact on your family’s well-being and the policies that govern the township, county, and state so please click on the links to learn more about the candidates.

DEMOCRATIC VOTER ALERT!
DON'T GET CRISS-CROSSED BY CROSS-FILING REPUBLICANS ON
THE SPRING DEMOCRATIC BALLOT!

For the TE School Board race, the Chester County/Easttown Magisterial Judge race, and the Court of Common Pleas race on the May ballot, you'll find five cross-filed Republicans on your Democratic ballot which can be a bit confusing.
Do not vote for Rachel Kill or Bill Nolan for School Board, Thomas Tartaglio for Magisterial Judge, or PJ Redmond or Lou Mincarelli for Court of Common Pleas Judge! THEY ARE REPUBLICANS.  Make sure you, your friends and neighbors vote for Democrats Susan Audrain and Maryann Piccioni for School Board, Democrat Mackenzie Smith for Magisterial Judge, and Democrats Alita Rovito and Tony Verwey for Court of Common Pleas! 

MISLEADING MINCARELLI ROBOCALLS TO DEMOCRATS!

Beware of robocalls for Republican Lou Mincarelli, candidate for Court of Common Pleas that never identifies him as being Republican. Embarrassed to admit it? SAD that someone running for judge isn't transparent in phone calls!
DO NOT VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN MINCARELLI
We Need Judges Who Are Transparent! Vote for Democrats Anita Rovito and Tony Verwey!

SIGN UP TO VOTE-BY-MAIL BY MAY 11th!

DON'T DELAY! The deadline to sign up to vote-by-mail is May 11th for the May 18th primary. All PA registered voters are eligible. Join the thousands of satisfied Easttown voters who greatly enjoyed the convenience of voting by mail in 2020.  NOTE: Even if you voted by mail last year (2020), you need to sign up again! Voters are already receiving their ballots.
Drop off your completed ballot at the Easttown Library secure dropbox M-F, 9AM-7PM, Weekends 10AM-2PM.

Learn about the important ballot questions proposing new amendments to the PA Constitution on the May 18th Primary Ballot! 

Two amendments give the Legislature more say and the governor less say in determining the extension or termination of disaster emergency declarations.  We recommend VOTING NO to both of these amendments. The third would add a provision guaranteeing that one’s rights under the law cannot be denied because of race or ethnicity. We recommend VOTING YES to this amendment. Learn more about these proposed amendments and statewide referendum question!

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Virtual Discussion About PA Judiciary with Alita Rovito, Thu, May 6

Join Democratic candidate Alita Rovito, who is running to be a Judge of Common Pleas, to discuss the Pennsylvania Judiciary and important legal issues. New topic each week! Apr 15, 2021 05:30 PM—A Primer on Pennsylvania’s Criminal Justice System: Where is there a place for Compassionate and Restorative Justice Apr 22, 2021 05:30 PM—The Juvenile […]

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Easttown Citizen’s Advisory Committee Virtual Meeting, Mon, May 10

Due to COVID pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually. Click here for details on how attend. The Easttown’s Citizen’s Advisory Committee usually meets on the second Monday of every month at 6:15PM. All Easttown citizens are welcome. The Easttown Citizens Advisory Committee (ECAC) is comprised of 5 to 9 members, serving 2 year terms, and are […]

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Easttown Primary Candidate Virtual Forum, Tue, May 11

Easttown Democrats! You are invited to attend an informative and virtual forum on Tuesday, May 11th, 7-8:30PM, and hear from many of the Democratic candidates on the ballot for the May 18th primary election. Please fill out this online form and we'll send you instructions on how you can attend from the comfort of your home. Hear live […]

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Easttown Municipal Authority Virtual Meeting, Tues, May 11

Due to the Covid pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually. Click here for details on how to attend. The Easttown Municipal Authority usually meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7PM. All Easttown citizens are invited. The Easttown Municipal Authority is responsible for planning and constructing the sewer system and was formed under the […]

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Easttown Historical Commission Virtual Meeting, Wed, May 12

Due to the Covid pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually. Click here for details on how to attend. The Historical Commission usually meets on the 2nd Wednesday every month at 7PM. All Easttown residents are welcome. The Historical Commission serves in an advisory capacity for historical preservation information facilitation to citizens of the Township. Its purposes […]

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RECENT VOTES & ACTIVITY BY YOUR WASHINGTON REPRESENTATIVES

Senator Robert Casey(D),   Senator Patrick Toomey(R)

Representative Chrissy Houlahan(D)

RECENT VOTES & ACTIVITY BY YOUR HARRISBURG REPRESENTATIVES

Senator Timothy Kearney(D),   Representative Kristine Howard(D)