Mark Freed Takes his Seat on the Board of Supervisors

The seal of Tredyffrin Township. Knox covered bridge encircled by the words "Tredyffrin Township Chester County".

Mark Freed was elected in a special election for Supervisor in November. Mark Freed has been sworn in and on Monday he joined the Board for the penultimate meeting of 2018. Pictured below are the 4 Democratic Supervisors. From left- Matt Holt, Mark Freed, Murph Wysocki, and Kevin O’Nell. This is the first time in Tredyffrin history that Democrats have had a majority on the Board of Supervisors.… Read the rest

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Hate Crimes is December Citizen’s Perspective Topic

Meme titled "Take on Hate"

Meme titled "Take on Hate"Three nationally publicized hate crimes in one week:

  • Pipe bombs sent to 14 key Democrats and their prominent supporters
  • Two African-Americans murdered near Louisville … after the suspect was unable to get into a predominantly African-American church
  • 11 Jews murdered, and 6 people injured at a Pittsburgh synagogue

Hate crimes have increased for the last 4 years in the 10 largest US cities…even as the overall crime rates have decreased.… Read the rest

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Elections Matter-Christina vandePol, Chester County Coroner

Remains of people stacked in a closet. Collecting dust for years.

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Historic

Turnout Fantastic

Over 70% Turnout across Tredyffrin approaching levels in Presidential Years

Governor Wolf  and Senator Casey

Re-elected

Melissa Shusterman

Wins the 157th over Warren Kampf

Mark Freed

Re-elected to Tredyffrin Board of Supervisors

Chrissy Houlahan Head and Shoulders wearing a large bead necklace smiling

Chrissy Houlahan

Elected to the House of Representatives

Danielle Friel Otten, Christine

Sappey, Kristine Howard, Dan Williams,  and Carolyn Comitta

Elected to Pennsylvania General Assembly

Tim Kearney and Katie Muth

Elected to Pennsylvania Senate

Statement from Kathleen Keohane, Chair of Tredyffrin Township  Democratic Committee

Hi hard-working Dems,

 I hope everyone is taking it a little easier today and basking in the glow of a job well done. Read the rest
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Time to Vote-Why Vote

Why

  • Civic Duty
  • Issues like Healthcare, Climate, Gun Safety, Foreign Relations, Economy
  • 14th Amendment
  • Know the candidates
  • Good example for kids

But if those are not enough here are some less intellectual more personal reasons

  • Vote for 11 fellow Pennsylvanians from Squirrel Hill who will not vote tomorrow
  • Vote for 17 fellow US citizens from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida who will not vote tomorrow
  • Vote for people across the US who are being disenfranchised by restrictive voting laws.
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