Get to know who is currently representing you in office. We work hard to get democrats elected up and down the ballot, from your local township and county to the state and federal levels. There is no election too small to make a difference in implementing democratic values in your community.

Elected officials outlined in blue are democrats.

Elected officials outlined in red are republicans

Township Offices – Upper Uwchlan

Township Supervisor

Sandy D’Amico

Next election: 2023

Township Supervisor

Jenn Baxter

Next election: 2025

Township Supervisor

Andy Durkin

Next election: 2027

Tax Collector

Jeff Smith

Next election: 2027

Auditor

Jacqueline Wu

Next election: 2023

Auditor

Vincent McVeigh

Next election: 2025

Auditor

OPEN

Constable

Robert Fetters Jr.

Next election: 2027

Township Offices – Uwchlan

Township Supervisor

Bill Miller

Next election: 2023

Township Supervisor

Mayme Baumann

Next election: 2025

Township Supervisor

Laura Obenski

Next election: 2027

Tax Collector

Paulette LoMarro

Next election: 2025

Auditor

Nick Cherubino

Next election: 2025

Auditor

Vince Gillan

Next election: 2027

Constable

Alex Ross

Next election: 2027

Township Offices – East Brandywine

Township Supervisor

Kyle Schribner

Next election: 2027

Township Supervisor

Carl Croft

Next election: 2025

Township Supervisor

Jason Winters

Next election: 2023

Tax Collector

Dennis Mulhern

Next election: 2025

Auditor

Nancy Frame

Next election: 2027

Auditor

Michael Melesky

Next election: 2025

Constable

Michael Melesky

Next election: 2027

Township Offices – West Brandywine

Township Supervisor

Ryan McLaughlin

Next election: 2027

Township Supervisor

Charles Dobson

Next election: 2025

Township Supervisor

Joseph Morris

Next election: 2023

Tax Collector

Edward Pristernik

Next election: 2025

Auditor

Anne Pristernik

Next election: 2027

Auditor

Lindsay Scott

Next election: 2023

Auditor

Joseph Dunn Jr.

Next election: 2025

Constable

Jack John Conti

Next election: 2027

Township Offices – West Pikeland

Township Supervisor

Harold Hallman

Next election: 2025

Township Supervisor

Carin Mifsud

Next election: 2025

Township Supervisor

Noreen Vigilante

Next election: 2023

Township Supervisor

Richard Bright Jr.

Next election: 2023

Township Supervisor

Steven Costa

Next election: 2023

Tax Collector

Andrew Vaskas

Next election: 2025

Auditor

Phil Grant

Next election: 2025

Auditor

OPEN

Auditor

Kim Esposito

Next election: 2023

Constable

OPEN

Chester County Offices

Marian Moskowitz
Chester County Commissioner

Marian Moskowitz

Next election: 2023

Marian Moskowitz began her term as Chester County Commissioner in January 2020 and currently serves as the Chair of the Board of Commissioners.

313 West Market Street, Suite 6202, West Chester, PA,19380
610-344-6691

Josh Maxwell
Chester County Commissioner

Josh Maxwell

Next election: 2023

Josh Maxwell is a lifelong Chester County resident whose priorities are to ensure that all our communities thrive, to create opportunities for working families, and to affirm and safeguard the equality of all people. Josh began his term as Chester County Commissioner in January 2020 and is currently Vice-Chair.

313 West Market Street, Suite 6202, West Chester, PA,19380
(610) 344-6151

Chester County Commissioner

Michelle Kichline

Next election: 2023

Deb Ryan
Chester County District Attorney

Deb Ryan

Next election: 2023

The core functions of the District Attorney’s Office are to investigate, prosecute, and prevent crimes.

Chester County is a large and complex county. With approximately 500,000 residents, our county includes Fortune 500 companies, beautiful preserved open spaces, working farms, historical structures, and vibrant downtown areas. The Chester County District Attorney is the chief law enforcement officer for the county. Within the county, we have over 50 law enforcement agencies working together, including municipal police departments, the Pennsylvania State Police, federal agencies, and the Chester County Detectives.

In partnership with our outstanding Chester County police departments, the Chester County District Attorney’s Office uses the most advanced law enforcement investigative techniques, technology, and trial skills to protect and serve the residents of Chester County. It is our duty to uphold and defend the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Constitution of the United States of America. Working together, we will keep Chester County a safe place to live, work, and raise a family.

201 W. Market St., Suite 4450, West Chester, PA,19382
(610) 344-6801

Fredda Maddox
Chester County Sheriff

Fredda Maddox

Next election: 2023

The Office of the Sheriff is mandated by the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Sheriff is an independent elected official with law enforcement responsibilities as well as civil and criminal court duties.

201 W Market St, Suite 1201, West Chester, PA,19382
(610) 344-6850

Michele Vaughn
Chester County Register of Wills

Michele Vaughn

Next election: 2023

201 W Market Street, Suite 2200, West Chester, PA 19380-0989
(610) 344-6335
Patricia Maisano
Chester County Treasurer

Patricia Maisano

Next election: 2025

The Treasurer is the custodian of all county funds. Payments of county taxes and fees, state and federal grants, and other monies due the county are received and deposited by this office.

313 West Market St., Suite 3202, West Chester, PA,19380
(610) 344-6370

Yolanda Van de Krol
Chester County Clerk of Courts

Yolanda Van de Krol

Next election: 2025

The Clerk of Courts manages all paperwork for all criminal cases in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas. This office handles approximately 5,000 – 6,000 criminal cases each year.

201 W. Market St., Suite 1400, West Chester, PA,19380
(610) 344-6135

Margaret Reif
Chester County Controller

Margaret Reif

Next election: 2025

The County Code requires the Controller to maintain custody and stewardship of all County contracts. All such documents are recorded to insure that the physical documents are received after they are approved by the Board of Commissioners. The Controller perpetually monitors all contract, agreement and lease payments to ensure that no payment exceeds the limits or terms of those documents.

313 West Market Street, Suite 6302, West Chester, PA,19380
(610) 344-6155

Sophia Garcia-Jackson
Chester County Coroner

Sophia Garcia Jackson

Next election: 2025

The Chester County Coroner's Office is an independent agency serving the citizens and honoring the deceased of the county by investigating the facts and circumstances concerning jurisdictional deaths which have occurred within Chester County.

601 Westtown Road, Suite 090, West Chester, PA,19382
(610) 344-6165

Debbie Bookman
Chester County Prothonotary

Debbie Bookman

Next election: 2023

The Prothonotary is the elected civil clerk of the Court of Common Pleas and is responsible for recording all civil procedures before the court. This official signs and seals all writs and processes numerous other documents of the Court of Common Pleas.

201 W. Market St, Suite 1425, West Chester, PA,19380
(484) 667-1456

Chris Pielli
Chester County Recorder of Deeds

Chris Pielli

Next election: 2023

The Recorder of Deeds office is the public repository for numerous legal documents including real estate records, military discharges, commissions and other official documents.

313 West Market St., Suite 3302, West Chester, PA,19380
(610) 344-6370

State Offices

Tom Wolf
Governor of Pennsylvania

Tom Wolf

Next election: 2022

Whether as a business owner or governor, Tom Wolf is a leader consistently taking on the status quo and trying to help middle class families. Tom is a different kind of leader, and he has been a different kind of governor.
John Fetterman
PA Lieutenant Governor

John Fetterman

Next election: 2022

As Lt. Governor, John has transformed the position and made a bully pulpit of the office, advocating for economic justice and criminal justice reform.

Weeks after taking office, John embarked on a listening tour of all 67 counties, something no sitting Lt. Governor has ever done, to engage with Pennsylvanians about legalizing marijuana. In three months, the historic tour saw over 10,000 people turn out in person and tens of thousands more engage online. Following John’s final report and recommendations, the Governor announced his support for legalization for the first time.

As the chair of Pennsylvania’s Board of Pardons, John has led the fight to give second chances to non-violent longtime inmates and free those who have been wrongfully convicted.

He has taken numerous steps to overhaul the clemency process in Pennsylvania, including eliminating all fees associated with applying for a pardon, making the pardons application more user-friendly, and working to move the application process online. Under John’s tenure, the Board has recommended more applicants for commutation than under any lieutenant governor in decades.

Josh Shapiro
Attorney General

Josh Shapiro

Next election: 2024

Josh Shapiro serves as Pennsylvania’s Attorney General to represent victims of crime and abuse; defend individual rights; and hold the most powerful interests accountable to the law when they rip off or harm Pennsylvanians.

The son of a public school teacher and a pediatrician, Josh grew up seeing how compassion and serving others can change lives and strengthen an entire community. After earning his law degree at night from Georgetown, Josh and his high school sweetheart Lori returned to their hometown where they are raising their four children.

Throughout his career in public service, Josh has been unafraid to challenge the status quo and win big fights that improve the lives of Pennsylvanians.

As Attorney General, he preserved patients’ access to healthcare by taking on the largest healthcare companies in Pennsylvania; exposed a decades-long cover up of child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church; and has returned over $200 million dollars in financial and non-monetary relief to student loan borrowers, seniors, small business and consumers.

Josh knows that we must enforce the rules, even on the most powerful and well-connected, for our economy to deliver for everyday Pennsylvanians, and that inequality hurts us all by denying too many people their shot at success.

Currently in his second term, Josh fulfilled a mandate to modernize the Attorney General’s office and meet its promise to be the people’s law firm. His leadership forced action to take on the climate crisis and held polluters accountable; defended voting rights; and protected women’s access to contraception.

As Attorney General Josh is directing an urgent, across-the-board fight against the big drug companies and trafficking rings that fuel the heroin and opioid epidemic, including more treatment for those suffering from addiction. He is tackling the scourge of gun violence across Pennsylvania and is committed to improving trust in the justice system with a comprehensive integrity agenda, a more diverse workforce, and smart-on-crime criminal justice reforms.

Katie Muth
PA State Senator, Senate District 44

Katie J. Muth

Next election: 2022

Senator Katie Muth is a passionate advocate for change. Grounded in the strong values of hard work, dedication, and commitment to helping others, Senator Muth is determined to champion Pennsylvanians.

On November 6, 2018, Senator Muth was elected to the state Senate’s 44th District, representing Montgomery, Chester and Berks Counties.

Born and raised in western Pennsylvania, Senator Muth’s background and experience instilled a fervor for citizen activism and service. She was educated at Penn State where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Trainers, and obtained her master’s degree at A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona.

While completing her master’s thesis, she promoted health care for student athletes and studied concussion-related injuries at high schools in the Phoenix area. Senator Muth most recently served as an adjunct professor of kinesiology at a local university, while also practicing sports medicine.

Senator Muth got her start in politics as a volunteer in political campaigns before moving on to form and chair Indivisible Mid Montco.

With a proven record of activism, Senator Muth is focused on helping those struggling to find affordable health care, ensuring equal pay for equal work, promoting a livable wage and paid family medical leave. In addition, the senator is focused on aiding students who are overburdened by heavy student loans.

Senator Muth’s father Scott worked for 44 years in the industrial machine industry. Her mother, Jennifer, was a nutritionist. Both grandfathers were World War II veterans.

Senator Muth and her husband, Trevor, reside in Royersford, Montgomery County.

Danielle Friel Otten
PA State Representative, District 155

Danielle Friel Otten

Next election: 2022

State Representative Danielle Friel Otten elected in November 2018 to serve as state representative for the 155th District.

Prior to taking office, Danielle spent the majority of her professional career in marketing and hospitality, having served on the executive teams of some of Philadelphia’s most notable hospitality brands.

A mother, businesswoman and community leader, Danielle is focused on providing for strong public schools, making health care more affordable and accessible, public safety, conservation and environmental justice, along with workforce development and family-sustaining jobs.

When rumors swirled that the Mariner East pipeline construction would overtake her neighbor's yard, just feet from where her children play, Danielle began to coordinate with neighbors to demand safety, transparency and accountability from government and state agencies who oversee these projects. She was integral in founding Del-Chesco United for Pipeline Safety, a collective of eight coalitions in Delaware and Chester counties joining forces to fight for public safety at the state level.

Danielle lives in Exton with her husband and two children. She was born and raised in Philadelphia, and has called Chester County home for two decades after falling in love with the area while attending West Chester University.

Kristine Howard
PA State Representative, District 167

Kristine Howard

Next election: 2022

Kristine Howard was elected state representative for the 167th Legislative District in November 2018. The district includes parts of Charlestown, East Whiteland, Easttown, West Pikeland, West Whiteland, Willistown Township, and Malvern Borough.

Kristine is a forward thinker from Malvern who is in tune with the needs of her neighbors. As a devoted single mother of seven, three still attending public schools, she focuses on the principle to put children first and work constantly to ensure their safety.

Kristine used her degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Rutgers Law School to run a small legal and social services organization in New Mexico, before returning to Pennsylvania and joining the Philadelphia Lawyers for the Arts as an advocate for youth in foster care. She eventually joined the Chester County Department of Children, Youth, and Family services to investigate child abuse.

Kristine understands quality schools are critical in laying the groundwork for a successful future. This fuels her fight to improve state programs and funding to offer quality education, healthcare, and career opportunities for all, including two-income families and single mothers, whose life challenges she shares.

She’s dedicated to creating solutions to the problems faced by Chester County families. Kristine thanks both her father, a probation officer, and mother, an administrator at Penn Medical School, for inspiring her to pursue a life of civic duty. She currently resides in Malvern.

PA State Auditor General

Timothy L. DeFoor

Next election: 2024

Pennsylvania Treasurer

Stacy Garrity

Next election: 2024

Federal Offices

Robert Casey
United States Senator

Robert Casey

Next election: 2024

U.S. Senator Bob Casey fights every day for Pennsylvania families. He is a strong advocate for policies that will raise wages for the middle class and improve early learning opportunities and health care for children. Senator Casey serves on four committees, including the Finance Committee, the HELP Committee, and the Select Committee on Intelligence. He is also the Chairman of the Special Committee on Aging, where his agenda is focused on policies that support seniors and individuals with disabilities.

Born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Senator Casey graduated from The College of the Holy Cross in 1982, and spent the following year teaching fifth grade and coaching eighth grade basketball in inner city Philadelphia for the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. He received his law degree from Catholic University in 1988, and entered the practice of law in Scranton. Senator Casey and his wife, Terese, live in Scranton and have four adult daughters.

United States Senator

Pat Toomey

Next election: 2022

Chrissy Houlahan
U.S. 6th Congressional District Representative

Chrissy Houlahan

Next election: 2022

U.S. Representative Chrissy Houlahan is an Air Force veteran, engineer, entrepreneur, and educator who is continuing her career of service as the first woman ever to represent Pennsylvania's 6th District in Congress.

Chrissy is the daughter and granddaughter of Holocaust survivors who came to America with nothing. She grew up in a military family; her parents met when her father and grandfather flew P3s in the same Navy squadron. She earned her engineering degree from Stanford with an ROTC scholarship that launched her service in the U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserves, and later earned her M.S. in Technology and Policy from MIT.

Chrissy has helped lead several thriving Southeastern Pennsylvania companies including AND1, a basketball apparel company headquartered in Paoli, and B Lab, the organization that launched the B Corporation movement. She went on to serve in Teach for America as a chemistry teacher at Simon Gratz High School in North Philadelphia, and then led and scaled a non-profit helping thousands of underserved students all across America build their literacy skills.

These experiences helped shape her political vision of a great nation united by common values that leaves no one behind. She is committed to fighting for access to quality, affordable healthcare, common sense gun safety, government accountability and transparency, and working to build a strong, stable economy with good jobs and good benefits for everyone.

During the 116th Congress, Chrissy was honored to have been a recipient of the Abraham Lincoln Leadership for America Award. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce presents this award to top Senators and Representatives on both sides of the aisle for supporting legislation that is important to the business community and the free enterprise system.

Chrissy is a leader driven by a spirit of service. She’s a mom, a longtime resident of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and a first-time congressional representative heading to Washington to solve real problems for the people and communities of Pennsylvania.

Presidential Offices

Joe Biden
President

Joe Biden

Next election: 2024

President Biden represented Delaware for 36 years in the U.S. Senate before becoming the 47th Vice President of the United States. As President, Biden will restore America’s leadership and build our communities back better.
Kamala Harris
Vice President

Kamala Harris

Next election: 2024

Kamala D. Harris is the Vice President of the United States of America. She was elected Vice President after a lifetime of public service, having been elected District Attorney of San Francisco, California Attorney General, and United States Senator.

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