Historic changes for County Commissioners, District Attorney, Sheriff and Row Offices
as Maxwell, Moskowitz, Ryan, Maddox & Fellow Democrats Sweep The Polls
West Chester, PA (November 5, 2019) — Remember, remember the 5th of November. Voters gave a democratic majority to county leadership for the first time in Chester County history.
Final returns show solid wins to both Josh Maxwell of Downingtown and Marian Moskowitz of Tredyffrin for the three-member Board of Commissioners, the chief governing body of Chester County.
Deb Ryan and Fredda Maddox make history as the first Democratic women to be elected District Attorney and Sheriff. Debbie Bookman as Prothonotary, Chris Pielli as Recorder of Deeds and Michele Vaughn as Register of Wills complete the sweep of Chester County row offices for the Democrats. Analisa Sondergaard and Bret Binder move from their Magisterial District Judge seats to the Court of Common Pleas.
Unofficial victory margins ranged from 2% for the Commissioner and Judicial races to 9% for the District Attorney race:
Common Pleas Judge (2)
Register of Wills
Recorder of Deeds
See more information on all of the winning candidates here.
In the photo: 2020 Chester County Leadership (l. to r.) Bret Binder, Fredda Maddox, Chris Pielli, Marian Moskowitz, Josh Maxwell, Michele Vaughn, Deb Ryan, Debbie Bookman and Analisa Sondergaard
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