Meet the 2021 Democratic Candidates for the May 18 Primary
Each name is a link to a brief Bio

Township Candidates

Sheryl Forste-Grupp
Ward 2 Commissioner

Judy Trombetta
Ward 4 Commissioner

Larry Holmes
Ward 6 Commissioner

Gerry Hart
Ward 8 Commissioner

Ross Anderson
Township Auditor

Elysia J. Mancini Duerr
Magisterial District Judge


Kevin Madden
County Council

Richard Womack
County Council

Rachel Ezzell Berry
Register of Wills

Joanne Phillips
County Controller

Jerry L. Sanders, Jr.
County Sheriff

Deb Krull
Court of Common Pleas

Tinu Moss
Court of Common Pleas


Lori Dumas
Commonwealth Court

Amanda Green-Hawkins
Commonwealth Court

Tamika Lane
Superior Court

Maria McLaughlin
Supreme Court

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Check out our School Board candidate Kimberly volunteering with the DelCo Citizen's Corp (and our Congresswoman Scanlon!) -- if you're interested in helping too, find out more: week Kimberly was volunteering with Delco Citizens Corp at the Union Memorial Church for a neighborhood vaccination site. Kim talked with Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon who continues the work for better access of vaccinations.

PA is opening up vaccination access for 1B on April 5; 1C on April 12; and for all eligible adults on April 19. For more information on vaccination access,

If you are interested in volunteering to help Delco Citizen's Corp in distributing vaccinations as a medical or non-medical volunteer, please go to

We need more volunteers to get Delco Vaccinated!
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Check out our School Board candidate Kimberly volunteering with the DelCo Citizens Corp (and our Congresswoman Scanlon!) -- if youre interested in helping too, find out more:

Congratulations to Delaware County Controller Joanne Phillips and her hard working staff!Delaware County Controller’s Office Earns Award for Excellence

When it comes to overcoming challenges, Delaware County Controller Joanne Phillips and her staff stepped up as the fiscal watchdog for Delco residents in 2020. Not only did the COVID-19 pandemic upend staffing and working conditions at the Government Center, there was also a cyberattack on the County’s computer system in November.

Despite those obstacles, the Delaware County Controller applied for and earned the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). Phillips was notified on March 8, 2021 that she met the standards of excellence for the County’s Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending December 2019. The detailed application for review was submitted in 2020, a year that posed significant difficulties for county governments.

“2020 was an incredibly hard year and my staff persevered through it. This year’s report was completed during a trying time that required essential workers to continue to serve the public. My office was manned every day,” Phillips said. “We had to completely rebuild our office to ensure that everyone could work safely. The independent auditors all worked off-site, so we had to arrange for remote communications and secure technology to share information with them. Plus, we had a cyberattack in November. My staff worked right through Thanksgiving and we never missed payroll or paying our vendors.”

The GFOA established the Certificate of Achievement to encourage local governments to go beyond minimum accounting requirements to prepare comprehensive and transparent financial reports each year. These reports are used by many stakeholders, from creditors, grantors, and developers to rating agencies and business owners to assess the county’s financial position.

In 2020, the GFOA provided additional guidance to local governments for “leading in unprecedented times,” including a Coronavirus Response Resource Center. Phillips said her office helps to facilitate the new programs and distribution of COVID relief funds.

“It’s critical to ensure that all payments and debts are handled on time within our budget even with the economic uncertainties and changes in working conditions,” Phillips said.

The annual report is available to taxpayers, bond rating firms, budget planners, investors, creditors, and the general public on the Controller’s website at
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Congratulations to Delaware County Controller Joanne Phillips and her hard working staff!
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