Your Voting Guide for Tuesday, November 7 election

Vote NO on ballot initiative that permits elimination of property taxes
How will the state government make up the lost revenue from property taxes to pay for schools, police, and fire protection?  Either Pennsylvania will pile up more debt or, more likely, the sales tax and the personal income tax will be increased.  The Philadelphia Inquirer spoke out against this regressive tax trick http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/do-away-with-property-tax-better-think-again-20171025.html.  PA Indivisible has a very clear explanation of the problems hiding in this ballot initiative.  http://mailchi.mp/tuesdayswithtoomey/tuesdays-with-toomey-cta-environment-budget-388137?e=bde52fd351

Vote YES to retain all the judges currently serving on the bench.
Delaware County Democratic and Republican leaders have agreed to urge voters to vote “Yes” to retain all sitting judges listed the November ballot.  Democrats are particularly excited to retain Justice Debra Todd.  She will become the first woman to serve as Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

SAMPLE BALLOT
You will vote for Township Commissioner only if you live in Wards 2, 4, 6, or 8.  Voters in those wards will see only their ward’s candidate on the ballot. 

Your Voting Guide for Tuesday, November 7 election

Vote NO on ballot initiative that permits elimination of property taxes
.
How will the state government make up the lost revenue from property taxes to pay for schools, police, and fire protection? Either Pennsylvania will pile up more debt or, more likely, the sales tax and the personal income tax will be increased. The Philadelphia Inquirer spoke out against this regressive tax trick.  Read the Philadelphia Inquirer article about eliminating property taxPA Indivisible has a very clear explanation of the problems hiding in this ballot initiative.  Read PA Indivisible's take on eliminating property tax.

Vote YES to retain all the judges currently serving on the bench.
Delaware County Democratic and Republican leaders have agreed to urge voters to vote “Yes” to retain all sitting judges listed the November ballot.  Democrats are particularly excited to retain Justice Debra Todd.  She will become the first woman to serve as Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

SAMPLE BALLOT
You will vote for Township Commissioner only if you live in Wards 2, 4, 6, or 8.  Voters in those wards will see only their ward’s candidate on the ballot.

Haverford Ward Township

 

SAVE OUR SCHOOLS
VOTE NO x
for
Proposed Constitutional Amendment
Amending the Homestead Property Tax Assessment Exclusion

Official Ballot

VOTE YES  x
on
RETENTIONS for JUSTICE DEBRA TODD
and
ALL OTHER JUDGES

Vote Straight Democratic  x

Office

Democratic

Lever

Justice of the Supreme Court
(Vote for 1)

 

 

WOODRUFF, DWAYNE

A1

Judge of the Superior Court
(Vote for 4)

MCLAUGHLIN, MARIA

A2

NICHOLS, CAROLYN H.

A3

KUNSELMAN, DEBBIE

A4

MOULTON, GEOFF

A5

Judge of the Commonwealth Court
(Vote for 2)

CEISLER, ELLEN

A6

CLARK, IRENE M

A7

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
(vote for 1)

 

 

ECKEL, KELLY

A8

County Council
(vote for 2)

ZIDEK, BRIAN

A9

MADDEN, KEVIN

A10

Sheriff
(Vote for 1)

 

 

SANDERS, JERRY

A11

County Controller
(Vote for 1)

 

 

PHILLIPS, JOANNE

A12

Register of Wills
(vote for 1)

 

 

WALK, MARY

A13

Director (4 Year)
Haverford School District
(Vote for 4)

LARSEN, Kristin

A15

MINGEY, SUSAN

A16

HOPKINS, PHILIP

A17

SCINTO, SAL

A18

Director (2 Year)
Haverford School District
(Vote for 1)

 

 

CLYNE, ALISA

A19

Auditor
(Vote for 1)

 

 

ANDERSON, ROSS

A20

Commissioner
(Vote for 1)

2nd Ward
FORSTE-GRUPP, SHERYL L

A26

4th Ward
SIEGEL, DANIEL J.

A26

6th Ward
HOLMES, LARRY

A26

8th Ward
HART, GERARD

A26

Voting Guide

Your Voting Guide for Tuesday, November 7 election

Vote NO on ballot initiative that permits elimination of property taxes
.
How will the state government make up the lost revenue from property taxes to pay for schools, police, and fire protection? Either Pennsylvania will pile up more debt or, more likely, the sales tax and the personal income tax will be increased. The Philadelphia Inquirer spoke out against this regressive tax trick.  Read the Philadelphia Inquirer article about eliminating property taxPA Indivisible has a very clear explanation of the problems hiding in this ballot initiative.  Read PA Indivisible's take on eliminating property tax.

Vote YES to retain all the judges currently serving on the bench.
Delaware County Democratic and Republican leaders have agreed to urge voters to vote “Yes” to retain all sitting judges listed the November ballot.  Democrats are particularly excited to retain Justice Debra Todd.  She will become the first woman to serve as Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

SAMPLE BALLOT
You will vote for Township Commissioner only if you live in Wards 2, 4, 6, or 8.  Voters in those wards will see only their ward’s candidate on the ballot.