Endorsed Candidates for the first 2021 Election:
The Spring Primary: May 18 

The Delco Democratic Party and the Haverford Township Democratic Committee have met in their respective (virtual) conventions to vote on which Democrats to endorse for the 22 offices on the ballot this spring.

The individuals elected to every single one of these offices will have an impact on your family’s well-being and the policies that govern the township, county, and state. For that reason, all of those Democrats who stepped up to seek the party’s endorsement were carefully vetted by Committee members here in Haverford and all across the county.

The endorsed candidates listed below are the ones who received over 55% of Committee votes. We believe they are the strongest, most qualified candidates for these posts, as well as the Democrats who best reflect this party’s values and aspirations.

Subscribe to the HTDems’ Newsletter to stay up to date on the candidates and election news. Watch for our 2021 Election page with brief bios on each candidate and links to their websites and Facebook pages. Coming soon!

Magisterial District Judge (MDJ)  Six-year term. One seat open for the district serving Wards 3,4,5,6,8.
   Elysia J. Mancini Duerr

Haverford Township School Board  Four-year terms. Four seats on the ballot in 2021.
   Kristin Larsen: running as an incumbent.
   Latanya S.H. King
   Kimberly McKay
   Danielle Camaratta Vitale

 Township Auditor  Four-year term. One seat open in 2021.
   Ross Anderson: running as the incumbent.

Township Commissioners: Wards 2, 4, 6, 8.  Ward Committees have not all met to endorse Democratic candidates in their wards. We will announce the Township Commissioner candidates as soon as that process is completed.

Delaware County Council  Four-year terms. Two seats on the 2021 ballot.
   Kevin Madden running as an incumbent.
   Richard Womack

Delaware County Court of Common Pleas  Ten-year terms. Two seats on the 2021 ballot.
   Deb Krull
   Tinu Moss

Pennsylvania State Commonwealth Court  Ten-year terms. Two seats on the 2021 ballot.
   Lori Dumas
   Amanda Green-Hawkins

Pennsylvania State Superior Court  Ten-year terms. One seat on the 2021 ballot. Statewide election.
   Timika Lane

Pennsylvania State Supreme Court  Ten-year terms. One seat on the 2021 ballot.
   Maria McLaughlin

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Calling for Election officials in Wards 1, 2, 4 and 9! 

No precinct can open its polls without a Judge of Elections (“JOE”) as well as Majority and Minority Inspectors. These are elected positions, so names of candidates seeking to perform this essential Election Day service will appear on the May Primary ballot. 

Interested? Find out more by emailing chair@haverforddemocrats.com.

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Did you know? PA voters can apply online to vote by mail ballot for the May 18 Primary! Apply online today: votesPA.com/ApplyMailBallot
Also, you can request to be added to the annual mail ballot voter list. Each year, you will be sent one application to receive ballots for every election that year.
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