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The November 2, 2021 General Election 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. Read about all the Democratic candidates and the offices they seek. 


Alex Bosco for Township Supervisor

• Promote common sense changes to planning and zoning consistent with the intent of the Easttown Comprehensive Plan • Listen actively to the public’s concern about new projects. • Commit to fair, open and honest communication.

Erik Unger for Township Supervisor

•Preserve the uniqueness and character of the community • Ensure community planning and development is consistent with our community’s values • Ensure transparent communication between the Board of Supervisors and the community during development proposals.

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Vallinda Garcia for Tax Collector

• Valinda’s professional experience as a tax attorney will provide a fresh perspective for oversight of the Easttown Township tax process • Longtime resident

Eric Borjeson for Board of Auditors

• A longtime Easttown resident and a graduate of Conestoga, Gettysburg College, and the Villanova University School of Law • Licensed Attorney with over 25 years experience • Certified as a specialist in the practice of Workers Compensation Law by the PA Bar Association’s Section on Workers Compensation.

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Mackenzie Smith for Magisterial Judge

The only candidate with: • A law degree • Experience in both the criminal and civil justice systems • Experience advocating for both the prosecution and the defense • Experience practicing in courts at all levels of the justice system, from District Court to the U.S. Supreme Court

Harrison Chaess for Constable

•Incumbent for the past 5 years • Fully credentialed and licensed • Committed to serving Easttown through providing constable services to the Chester County courts which includes transporting troubled youth to various facilities for Chester County Children & Youth.


Susan Audrain for School Board

• Support comprehensive multifaceted evaluation of students for academic, social and emotional support • Listen respectfully to all students, teachers, parents and administrators to address concerns • Maximize taxpayer dollars through critical analysis of data to evaluate cost-effective alternatives.

Maryann Piccioni for School Board

• Provide the most conducive environment for student achievement • Build resources to ensure that curriculum standards are maximized • Protect our taxpayer dollars by ensuring program strength • Commit to financial accountability that provides students with the top-notch education they deserve


Patricia Maisano for Treasurer

• Incumbent who uses her corporate experience to ensure the Office of the Treasurer maintains tight accounting controls and the ability to innovate to improve services • Educated through PHD level • Digitized Treasurer's office for speed and privacy • Has saved the County money while improving tax collection efforts.

Margaret Reif for Controller

• Incumbent who has provided transparency, accountability and efficiency by bringing a fresh eye to precious taxpayer resource allocation • Has improved and streamlined processes within the County leading to significant cost savings for the taxpayers. •Investigates corruption wasting tax payer dollars • Certified Public Pension Professional.

Yolanda Van de Krol for Clerk of Courts

• Incumbent who has streamlined County's processing of criminal legal paperwork by implementing e-filing, automated bail and restitution payments, and other technological improvements that saves money for attorneys and clients • Believes accurate records provide the basis for fair trials for victims & defendants.

Sophia Garcia-Jackson for Coroner

• Current Deputy Coroner • Master's in Forensic Science, certified with the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators • Currently manages all office functions: administration, investigations, transportation & morgue-related duties • Streamlined budget process and payment systems. Sits on multiple County task forces coordinating with other agencies.


Judge McLaughlin for Supreme Court

• Current judge in PA Superior Court • 19 years as Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney and later Chief of Child Support Enforcement • Throughout her legal career, Judge McLaughlin has dedicated numerous hours off the bench to various organizations, including, anti-violence, anti-drug, re-entry programs and youth organizations.

Timika Lane for Superior Court

• Current Court of Common Pleas judge • Experience includes family law, worked as a major trial attorney for the Defender Association of Philadelphia, served as Chief Legal Counsel to state senator, and was the Democratic Executive Director for the Pennsylvania State Senate State Government Committee challenging PA's restrictive Photo Id law.

David Spurgeon for PA Commonwealth Court

•Has served in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas since 2016 handling all matters involving children and families • The Pennsylvania Bar Association rated him “Highly Recommended” and the only candidate to receive the highest judicial rating for Commonwealth Court • Recognized as a national expert on domestic violence.

Lori Dumas for PA Commonwealth Court

• As a Common Pleas Court Judge in Philadelphia, she fought for fair and equal justice for Philadelphia’s most vulnerable children and families and presided over thousands of trials • Guided the City of Philadelphia in its creation of the First Judicial District’s Juvenile Human Trafficking Court • Local Chair of national program to assist youth affected ed by violence.

Alita Rovito for Court of Common Pleas

33 years legal expertise serving Chester County citizens • 15 years of judicial experience as a hearing officer in the Family Court Masters Unit. • Served as an Assistant District Attorney in Chester County and was the first managing attorney of the Chester County’s Child Abuse Unit.

Tony Verwey for Court of Common Pleas

• 31 years of diverse legal experience and a proven track record of public service • Received highest judicial rating of Qualified from Chester County Bar Association • Worked with elected officials on a wide range of legal matters including government, ethics, taxation, and land use.


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Sept 13 – Early Vote By Mail Begins

Oct 18 – Last Day to Register

Oct 26 – Last Day to Apply for Vote By Mail Ballot



Make a subtle statement! In celebration of Easttown turning Democratic, we’ve created a special map of our favorite township with all the streets outlined in Democratic blue. Perfect for hanging in your favorite frame and will look great on any wall in your house. 11″ x 17″ and printed on high quality paper. Learn how to order

Critical Race Theory Controversy Invades TE Schools!
Conservatives Trying to Increase Racial Tension in Easttown with Misinformation.
Please sign and share a petition supporting a curriculum fostering respect for students of all backgrounds.

Easttown Library Market Fair, Sat, Sept 18

Easttown Library, 720 First Avenue
Berwyn, PA 19312
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Located outside of the library, this event will feature 20+ craft and gift vendors, the Friends' famous raffle baskets, food (including the Kona Ice food truck and Philly Pretzels), live music, and games for the kids. Rain date September 19th. Email friends@easttownlibrary.org if you are interested in being a vendor... there are still a few spots remaining!

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18 September 2021 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

PA Democratic Senate Soiree at Desmond Hotel, Sun, Sept 19

Desmond Hotel, 1 Liberty Boulevard
Malvern, PA 19355
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Meet ALL the announced 2022 Democrat US Senate candidates from Pennsylvania at a special “Senate Spotlight Soiree and Fall Fundraiser." REGISTER ONLINE to attend at Chescodems Special guest: Chrissy Houlahan! Democratic Senate Candidates: Val Arkoosh, Commissioner, Montgomery County John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor, PA Malcolm Kenyatta, State Representative, 181st District Connor Lamb, US Representative, 17th District VIP […]

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19 September 2021 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Easttown Board of Supervisors Meeting, Mon, Sept 20

Easttown Township Building, 566 Beaumont Road
Devon, 19333
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The Easttown Board Of Supervisors usually meets on the first and third Monday of every month at 7PM in the Township Building.  All Easttown citizens are invited. Easttown Township, a second-class township under Pennsylvania law, is governed by a 5 member Board of Supervisors. The Supervisors, who are all elected at large, serve staggered terms […]

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20 September 2021 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Easttown Parks & Recreation Meeting, Tues, Sept 21

Easttown Township Building, 566 Beaumont Road
Devon, 19333
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The Parks and Recreation Board makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for the Township historical and recreational assets, recreational programs, and Township-owned open space. Members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors to 5-year terms. The Parks and Recreation Board meets on the third Tuesday of each month. Recreation and Open Space Plan – amended […]

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21 September 2021 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Easttown Environmental Advisory Council Meeting, Thur, Sept 23

Easttown Township Building, 566 Beaumont Road
Devon, 19333
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The Environmental Advisory Council was created in December by Ordinance 445-20 to assist and advise the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Board and other Township Authorities, Boards and Commissions, on matters dealing with protection, conservation, management, promotion, and uses of natural resources, located within the Township. Council members are Township residents, appointed […]

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23 September 2021 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm




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

Representative Chrissy Houlahan(D)


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

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