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Democrats Have Chosen Their Candidates For The General Election!

Though not all the data has not been finalized, Easttown Democrats came out in large numbers to vote on the May 17th Primary. Between in person voting and mail in ballots, the Democratic turnout was 48%! This was a substantial increase over the 2018 Governor Primary when only 31% of Democrats voted. Easttown Dems are obviously engaged and motivated for this year’s November General election! Read More.

KEY NOVEMBER 8TH GENERAL ELECTION DATES!

  • May 18 – First day to register after the May 18th Primary.
  • May 24 – Last day for Chester County Board of Elections to receive voted military and absentee ballots for Primary election.
  • October 24 – Last day to register before the November general election.
  • November 1 – Last day to apply for a mail-in ballot or an absentee ballot.
  • November 8 – Last day for the Chester County Board of Elections to receive a civilian mail-in ballot or absentee ballot from an Easttown voter. Ballots must be received by 8PM. Voters should mail their absentee ballot at least two weeks before the November 2nd General Election due to possible late deliveries by the US Postal Service.
  • November 8 – GENERAL ELECTION. Voting booths are open from 7AM to 8PM.

JOE BIDEN IS DELIVERING BIG TIME!
LET’S HELP HIM BY ELECTING A DEMOCRATIC SENATOR IN PENNSYLVANIA

  1. Joe Biden has reduced the deficit by half. And in fact, the deficit has gone down under the last THREE Democratic presidents. Kind of turns the narrative that Dems like to spend on its head, right?
  2. Joe Biden has set a record by adding 6.6 MILLION jobs during his first year in office. No one has done more. Not even the last guy could lie that big. In 16 years under the Bushes and Trump, 1.9 million jobs were created. Combined. President Biden more than tripled that in a year, and he’s telling the truth. How often have you heard this reported on?
  3. Our GDP is growing at nearly 6%. Under Trump it was 1%. 6% is some of the highest economic growth in the world. What does this mean? It means with Joe Biden’s leadership, America is back leading the way – even outpacing China in growth.
  4. And maybe the most important. The head of the Senate Republican campaign arm put out a plan on paper that would raise taxes on half the country. Which half? Guess. It’s not his rich donors. The GOP is trying to raise taxes on the middle class and lowest income Americans while crying about how our economy is devastated.

HOW DID REDISTRICTING AFFECT EASTTOWN?

After the completion of the U.S. Census every ten years, states are required by the U.S. Constitution to draw new legislative and congressional district boundaries based on the latest Census data. This is known as redistricting, and Pennsylvania has two processes – one for state legislative districts, and one for congressional districts.

After much debate, public scrutiny, news coverage, and court cases, the PA Supreme court has affirmed the new legislative districts and cleared the way for the May 17th Democratic Primary to proceed.  Here’s the impact of redistricting on Easttown Township: 

  • Easttown Township, as well as all of Chester County, will remain in the 6th Pennsylvania’s 6th Congressional District. The incumbent Democratic US Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan and Easttown resident will be running unopposed in the May 17th Spring Primary.
  • Easttown Township will be moving from the 26th State Senate District to the 19th State Senate District and will no longer be represented by Senator Tim Kearney in 2023. Easttown will be represented by incumbent Democratic PA State Senator Carolyn T. Comitta of the 19th District who will be up for election in 2024.
  • Easttown Township will be moving from the 167th State House District to the 157th State House District and will no longer be represented by Representative Kristine Howard in 2023. The incumbent Democratic PA State Representative Melissa Shusterman of the 157 District, who grew up in Easttown and attended Conestoga, will be running unopposed in the May 17th Spring Primary.

Pa. Supreme Court rejects legal challenges to state’s new legislative maps…PA Spotlight article, March 16, 2022

NEW EASTTOWN TOWNSHIP TASK FORCE BEING FORMED!

Volunteers are needed for a new and exciting Recreation, Open Space and Environmental Resource Plan Task Force. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 25, 2022.  Learn more

TE School Board Meeting, Wed, May 25

TE School Board Meeting, Wed, May 25

Conestoga High School, 200 Irish Rd
Berwyn, PA 19312
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Regular School Board meetings, workshops, and special meetings are scheduled on Mondays throughout the school year and begin at 7:30 PM at Conestoga High School, 200 Irish Road in Berwyn, unless […]

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25 May 2022 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Attend A Town Hall Hosted by Rep. Chrissy Houlahan, Thu, May 26

Attend A Town Hall Hosted by Rep. Chrissy Houlahan, Thu, May 26

Chester County Library, 450 Exton Square Parkway
Exton, PA 19341
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This is your chance to hear what's happening in Washington from our US Congresswoman and Easttown resident, Chrissy Houlahan in person! She 'll be giving an update on her work in […]

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26 May 2022 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Easttown Environmental Advisory Council Meeting, Thu, May 26

Easttown Environmental Advisory Council Meeting, Thu, May 26

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 […]

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26 May 2022 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Easttown Board Of Supervisors Meeting, Mon, June 6

Easttown Board Of Supervisors Meeting, Mon, June 6

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 […]

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06 June 2022 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Easttown Board Of Supervisors Meeting, Mon, June 20

Easttown Board Of Supervisors Meeting, Mon, June 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 […]

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20 June 2022 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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

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RECENT VOTES & ACTIVITY BY YOUR HARRISBURG REPRESENTATIVES

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