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from Fair Districts PA; sign the petition here:

The United States is the only major democracy that allows politicians to choose their voters by drawing electoral district lines. This is a conflict of interest that undermines the integrity of our elections.

There is a solution—and our legislators have the power to do something about it: Enact House Bill 722 and Senate Bill 22! These bipartisan redistricting reform bills are designed to stop gerrymandering in PA by putting an independent citizens commission in charge of redistricting.

By any measure, Pennsylvania is one of the most gerrymandered states in the country. We are ALL harmed by lack of choice at the polls and an unresponsive, unaccountable legislature.

Until we fix this structural flaw in our electoral process, our votes won’t count and our legislators will continue to pay more attention to outside interests than to the people of Pennsylvania.

Sign the petition now to ask your legislators to support these bills. Then share it with your family, friends and networks.

CCDC election videos

Please view all these in Facebook, like them, and share with your network. Overall theme: “Don’t Believe in Alternative Facts: Republicans are trying to scare you into believing that a liberal agenda is going to ruin Chester County — Really?”

Fiscal responsibility here
Safer Stronger Communities here
Protect our schools, protect our children here
Ready to make history on November 7? here
Or look for these 4 and other videos here

These videos won’t vote on Tuesday; will you (and your friends, relatives, neighbors)?

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf blames Trump, Congress for spiking health coverage cost

By Marc Levy, The Associated Press, Daily Local News, 10/16/17

HARRISBURG >> Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration is blaming President Donald Trump for a sharp increase in the cost of health insurance that’ll take effect next year for residents who buy individual plans.

Wolf’s administration released the approved 2018 rates Monday, saying the average increase will be just over 30 percent. The administration says the increase would’ve been less than 8 percent if Trump hadn’t halted cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers or created uncertainty around the fate of the individual mandate.

In a statement, Wolf accused Congress of being complicit in the rate increases because it didn’t appropriate the cost-sharing reduction payments that Trump is ending….

keep reading at Daily Local News