Chester County as Split on Trump’s First 100 Days as It Was on Election Day

Vista Today, May 2017

President Donald Trump has been in office 100 days now, and Chester County voters are just as split about his successes as they were on Election Day.

Throughout the battleground county, Republicans say he’s been bold and fast-paced, while Democrats say the past three months have been chaotic and disgraceful, according to a PBS NewsHour report by Daniel Bush.

Fellow Republicans disagree about Trump’s tweetstorms, and Democrats are struggling to pull together a plan to rebuild after their defeat. However, they both have one thing in common: renewed energy.

“People are just coming out of the woodwork,” West Chester University professor Geetha Ramanathan said….

keep reading at Vista Today. See the underlying article, Daniel Bush ,”‘Are we a red state or a blue state?’ Life in a Pennsylvania swing county 100 days into Trump’s presidency, PBS NewsHour, 4/29/17, which quotes, among others, several West Chester Dem Committee members, a steelworkers union leader in Coatesville, CCDC chair Brian McGinnis. The map below is from that article.