August 1 – Last day to circulate and file nomination papers

August 8 – Last day for withdrawal by candidates nominated by nomination papers

August 12 – Last day for withdrawal by candidates nominated at the primary

November 5 – Municipal Election 


Please consider getting involved and helping your community!

We are always looking for passionate, intelligent, and committed people to run for elected offices for Easttown Township government and school board and to volunteer for appointed township boards and commissions. Here is a helpful overview about running for office. 


The Tredyfrrin-Easttown School Board has 9 school board members who serve 4-year terms. Elections occur in odd years for open positions (2019, 2021, etc.) In November 2019, there will be two school board seats up for election representing Easttown residents (Region 3) so we are looking for interested Democratic candidates.

Please consider getting involved and run for school board if you are a Democrat and passionate about public schools and education. As a board member, you’ll contribute your unique talents to make a difference in our children’s education. While collaborating and working as a team with other board members, you’ll help set the vision and goals for the district; adopt policies that give the district direction to set priorities and achieve its goals; hire and evaluate the superintendent; and adopt and oversee the annual budget.

Read over this terrific Guide for School Board Candidates in Pennsylvania for an overview about school boards and the role of elected school board members.  If interested, we encourage you to start attending the regular TE School Board meetings and contact your local Precinct Committee Person. The sooner you start the better your chances! Email us at Candidates@EasttownDems.org if you’re interested in learning more.

OfficeNext ElectionRepresentative
School Board – Region 32023Sue Tiede (D)
School Board – Region 32023Mary Garrett Itin (D)
School Board – Region 32021Tina Whitlow (D)
School Board – Region 22021Kyle Boyer (D)
School Board – Region 22023Michele Burger (D)
School Board – Region 22023Stacy Stone (D)
School Board – Region 12021Scott Dorsey (D)
School Board – Region 12023Roberta Hotinski (D)
School Board – Region 12023Todd Kantorczyk (D)


There are 5 Supervisors who are elected at large to represent all of Easttown. They serve staggered 6-year terms and elections occur in odd years for open positions (2019, 2021, etc). The Board plays a crucial role in deciding issues of public safety, spending, growth management, zoning, roads and streets, code enforcement, environment and how to pay for it all. Detailed information about how townships operate in Pennsylvania and the role of the Supervisors is available in the March 2018 Pennnsylvania Township Supervisor’s Handbook

Currently, there are NO Democrats serving on the Board and representing Democratic values! In November 2019, there will be two Board seats up for election so we are now actively looking for interested candidates. 

If you’re a Democrat, and passionate about the development and management of  Easttown Township, please start attending the monthly Township meetings and contact us at Candidates@EasttownDems.org if you’re interested in learning more. The sooner you start the better your chances!

OfficeNext ElectionRepresentative
Board of Supervisors2023Betsy Fadem (R)
Board of Supervisors2021Marc C. Heppe (R)
Board of Supervisors2021James W. Oram (R)
Board of Supervisors2023Michael Wacey (D)
Board of Supervisors2023Beth D’Antonio (D)


There are 3 elected Auditors who serve staggered 6-year terms. Two of the current Auditors are Democrats. The current Republican’s term ends in 2021.


The Township Code and other state laws allow the Easttown Township Board of Supervisors to enlist the help of capable citizens through the creation of boards and commissions. These appointed boards and commissions also provide a wonderful opportunity for citizens to become more directly involved with their local government. The current boards & commissions for Easttown include:

If you’re interested in joining any of the boards and commissions, please email us at Candidates@EasttownDems.org and let us know and start attending some of the meetings. Though the boards and commissions are not “political” in nature,  we believe that roughly half of all appointments should be Democrats to reflect current voter registration levels. As the Pennsylvania Township Supervisor’s Handbook states:  “Appointments to boards and commissions should reflect the township’s diversity, including individuals from different neighborhoods that have varied interests and backgrounds. ” 

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