2021 Local Election Races

Your 2021 Endorsed Democratic Party Candidates…

For Chester County Government – Row Offices

Dem Candidates: Chesco Row Offices

For PA and Chester County-wide Judicial Seats

Dem PA and Chesco judicial seats

For Magisterial District Judge 15-1-01
(all of East & West Bradford and WC wards 3,5,6)

Marc Lieberman

Marc J. Lieberman, Esq. is an attorney in private practice with over 20 years of experience, handling nearly every type of case dealt with by the District Courts.  He is a graduate of Henderson High School, West Chester University and Widener Law School and began his career at the Chester County Public Defender’s office.  He is also a former small business owner and founder.  He has been the judge of elections for 6 years at his polling place; additionally Marc has volunteered with Access to Justice, Wills for Heroes and at Paradise Farm.  As an MDJ, Marc would work to develop addiction recognition training and a program to help identify high-risk individuals and get them into treatment sooner. Marc believes that every problem can be overcome with determination and creative thinking. For the past 17 years, he has lived in East Bradford with his wife and two children.

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For School Director Races covering East & West Bradford

WCASD Region 3 (vote for 2): Carrie Stare & Laura Detre

Laura Detre is running to be a new voice on our board, with her background in higher education giving her unique insights into student success after high school. Laura wants to ensure that every member of our school community — students, families, teachers, and taxpayers — is heard and that we provide the best possible education to all. Schools should be the center of our community and need to be responsive to the needs of our diverse population.

Laura has experience as both a parent and an educator. She has taught college-level courses for more than 20 years and most of her classes have been designed for first-year students. As a result, she has had the opportunity to see the ways in which college freshmen are well prepared for higher education and the ways in which they struggle. As a board member, she would be well-positioned to help our district build a curriculum that teaches the skills, such as research and writing, that are most important for success in college.

Her three greatest priorities are to: foster diversity and inclusion; create schools that are responsive to their communities; and build a modern curriculum that prepares students for the future.

Carrie Stare is running for the West Chester Area School Board, Region 3. Carrie will build on her professional background and community volunteer work to make WCASD a safe and inclusive environment for all students, teachers, and staff.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Millersville University and a Master’s in Public Administration from West Chester University.

A proud product of Pennsylvania’s public education system from kindergarten through graduate school, Carrie is running for school board because she believes in our schools and the value of a public education.

DASD Region 8: Mindy Ross

As a public elementary school teacher for nine years, Mindy has a needed perspective on the needs of children in the Downingtown Area School District.  Mindy is a strong supporter of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, currently serving on the DASD DEI Committee, and wants every child to feel valued and included at school. We should have the best resources available to include and support students and teachers of all backgrounds—all nationalities, orientations, ethnicities, beliefs, and abilities. She is also passionate about Full Day Kindergarten. Although Downingtown is an outstanding school district, this is an area where Downingtown would benefit by catching up with our neighbors.
Mindy will also prioritize our children’s mental health. The last year and a half have been hard on our community. Now more than ever, we need to let our children know they are supported and have places to turn when they need help. As School Board Director, she will do everything possible to make sure our children are able to get the support they need.

CANDIDATES AND THEIR CAMPAIGNS WILL BE REACHING OUT TO MEET VOTERS THROUGH EARLY VOTING AND ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2021 – PLEASE WELCOME THEM —- AND VOTE!

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