About Chesco Dems

The Chester County (Pennsylvania) Democratic Committee works to disseminate its principles and to elect candidates who believe in those principles: Freedom, Fairness, and Opportunity for all Americans, regardless of what they believe, who they are, and where they came from.

What Do Chesco Dems Stand For? See a detailed statement of our Values and Issues here.

Meet CCDC officers and contact them here.

Find info on our 20 zones and zone leaders here.

See Democratic elected officials here.

Find our calendar of events here.

See CCDC bylaws here.

For links to all Chesco Dem municipal, zone, and regional organizationsthat have web sites, Facebook, or Twitter, click here.

For more news or to comment on political life, see the CCDC Facebook page.

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For members of the CCDC Executive Committee, see here.

For Chesco members of the Democratic State Committee, click here. Chester County elects 8 members, 4 women and 4 men, every 4 years in the Gubernatorial primary (May 2018, etc.).

Committeepersons (two per precinct) are chosen in that same election. Committeepersons organize Democrats in their precinct, inform voters about upcoming elections, field questions, and help campaigns reach voters. This site does not have a list of committeepersons but many zones’ web sites do. Those interested in running should contact their Zone Leader.

PA Democratic party: web site, Facebook, Twitter.

CCDC District Leaders (corresponding to PA House of Representatives districts) are appointed after each 4-year reorganization, most recently held in June 2014.

13 Russ Phifer
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74 Mike Bedrick
155 Alexa Manning
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158 John Hellman, III
160 Sara Leff
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If the link doesn’t work for you, click once on the name; the email should appear in a box and you can copy and paste into email.

See regular zone meetings here (Check Calendar before attending.)

For Dem candidates in past general elections, going back to 2010, click here.