Meet Our Candidates!

Tom Wolf
PA Governor
Manan Trivedi
US House
Marian Moskowitz
PA House
Democratic Ballot
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The election is coming up on November 4th – to find out about our fantastic candidates, click on their pictures! To preview the sample ballot, simply click on the ballot picture.

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Corbett and his Loyal Base

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From the Philadelphia Inquirer on October 29 for those who missed it or those who want to see it again.

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Want a Different Outcome? Send Someone Different to Congress

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Dr. Manan Trivedi is not a Republican. He supports equal pay for equal work. Voting on November 4 will put him to work on the issues.

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Send Someone who has created jobs-Marian Moskowitz

From the Unionville Times 157th District: Marian Moskowitz, Democrat If it seems a bit like State Rep. Warren Kampf’s campaign has been scrambling, it is with good reason. Moskowitz is that rarity among Democrats: a proven entrepreneur and job creator, who played a strong role in the renaissance of Phoenixville. And Kampf’s attempt to lamely use […]

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New Signs Popping Up in Tredyffrin

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New signs showing up  around the Township. Our Representative  voted against Act 89 of 2013 which is funding road and bridge repairs and Transportation projects like the Paoli Train Station. Our Representative voted with Tom Corbett on the fracking bill which did not impose an extraction tax on the drillers. Vote on November 4 for new leadership and new ideas. Vote on November 4 for “we, the people” not big energy companies.

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No where to go but up! Pennsylvania ranks 50th in Job Creation

Pennsylvania’s rank for percent job growth since January 2011 has fallen to last place among states, based on employment data for September 2014 released this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. “We were ranked in the top 10 for job growth in 2010. Then tens of thousands of layoffs in education, and the state’s postponed investment […]

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