2020 General Election Democratic Candidates
PA 6th Congressional District - Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan
The 26th PA State House District includes North Coventry, South Coventry, East Coventry, East Vincent, Warwick and East Nantmeal Townships. No candidate has officially announced for 2020.
PA House District 26 - Candidate Paul Friel
The 26th PA State House District includes North Coventry, South Coventry, East Coventry, East Vincent, Warwick and East Nantmeal Townships.
PA House District 155 - State Representative Danielle Friel Otten
The 155th PA State House District includes West Vincent Township in Zone One. Danielle Friel Otten is seeking re-election in the House seat. The following is the candidate's contact information:
National and State-Wide Candidates
Joseph R. Biden, President
Josh Shapiro, PA Attorney General
Joe Torsella, PA State Treasurer
Nina Ahmad, PA Auditor General
2019 Election Results
On November 5, 2019, voters in Chester County sent a message that the BLUE WAVE is alive and well. The County’s Democratic candidates sweep all races.
It was the hard work of our Committee People, our hundreds of dedicated volunteers and our great candidates that turned the page on years of Republican control of the County and local control.
Our OJR School Board will have Democratic majority representation, providing the voters in our Zone with civility, accountability, transparency and stability.
Final returns show solid wins to both Josh Maxwell of Downingtown and Marian Moskowitz of Phoenixville for the three-member Board of Commissioners, the chief governing body of Chester County.
Deb Ryan and Fredda Maddox made history as the first Democratic women to be elected District Attorney and Sheriff. Debbie Bookman as Prothonotary, Chris Pielli as Recorder of Deeds and Michele Vaughn as Register of Wills complete the sweep of Chester County row offices for the Democrats.
Analisa Sondergaard and Bret Binder move from their Magisterial District Judge seats to the Court of Common Pleas.
Commissioner (Three Candidates receiving the top votes)
68,914 Maxwell - Winner, Majority Commissioner
70,842 Moskowitz – Winner, Majority Commissioner
62,287 (R) Farrell
63,776 (R) Kichline – Minority Winner, Minority Commissioner
Common Pleas Judge (Two Candidates receiving the top votes)
68,907 (D) Binder - Winner
74,441 (D) Sondergaard - Winner
63,617 (R) Cardamone
58,735 (R) Gaza
76,251 (D) Ryan - Winner
62,958 (R) Noone
73,072 (D) Maddox - Winner
65,837 (R) Fitzgerald
Register of Wills
74,171 (D) Vaughn - Winner
64,175 (R) Clark
Recorder of Deeds
73,517 (D) Pielli - Winner
64,799 (R) Little-Turner
72,282 (D) Bookman - Winner
65,286 (R) Holliday
OJR School Board Director (Five candidates receiving the top votes, 4-year term)
5,080 (D) Friel – Winner
5,060 (R) Dimarino – Winner
4,769 (D) Munson – Winner
4,633 (D) Stutzman – Winner
4,558 (D) Melniczek – Winner
4,548 (R) McCreary
4,528 (R) Dougherty
4,336 (R) Zoccali
4,276 (R) Mickelsavage
3,855 (D) Haber
Supervisor East Nantmeal
390 (D) Tyler Wren – Winner
340 (R) Jean Thomas
Supervisor West Vincent
962 (D) Sara Shick - Winner
879 (R) George Dulchinos
Also winning were Yvonne Brownlee for Tax Collector (by 8 votes), and Jamie McVickar for Auditor in West Vincent (by 24 votes).
Congratulations to OJR School Board candidates Mitch Haber, Marquita Hill, and Supervisor candidates Nikki Whitlock and Diana McGee for races well run – you did us proud and had strong showings!