2023 Election Results Are In!
Democrats Win Big Across the County, State and Locally
Election Day: November 7, 2023 from 7AM to 8PM
Voting In Person
If you have a question about where to find your polling place or anything else about voting in person, the Pennsylvania state voter help page will likely have the answer.
If you have mobility issues, or need a ride to your polling location we have volunteers in Haverford to help get you to the polls. Drop an email to email@example.com.
Drop Off Your Mail-in Ballots
If it’s too late to mail in your ballot, you can still drop it off.
Haverford Township has a mail ballot drop box located outside of the main door of the township building located at 1014 Darby Rd, Havertown, PA 19083.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered with us this cycle, to our inside poll workers, to our poll greeters, to our postcard volunteers, and to everyone who took the time to vote in Tuesday’s election.
Here’s a quick summary:
- Supreme Court – Judge Dan McCaffery won 61% of the vote and will pad our Democratic majority on the court!
- Superior Court – Both Jill Beck and Judge Lane won seats on the court – each beating the Republicans by about 10 percentage points.
- Commonwealth Court – Judge Wolf won a seat on this court with 59% of the vote, bringing the balance on this court to 4 Dems to 5 Republicans.
- Court of Common Pleas – Rachel Berry will become the next Dem judge to join this court, an amazing shift when you consider we had NEVER elected a Dem to this court until 2019.
- County Council – All three of our candidates handily won re-election and Monica Taylor, Elaine Paul Shaefer, and Christine Reuther will all continue their amazing work for our county.
- DA Jack Stollsteimer was also re-elected with over 60% of the vote.
- All five of our School Director candidates (Antoinette Snodgrass, Bridget Wiedeman, David Schwartz, LaTonia Lee, and Chris Shelton) were re-elected or elected with most of our candidates receiving double the votes of their R challengers.
- We re-elected Ward 3 and 5 Commissioners – In Ward 3 Kevin McCloskey and in Ward 5 Laura Cavender both took about 68% of the vote!
- It appears we did not flip Wards 1, 7, or 9 – But we ran strong campaigns in all three wards and expect to see very tight margins in the final vote tallies. A huge thank you for all the work you put into our candidates Monet Reilly, Curtis Gittelman, and Hannah Turlish!
2023 is a Year Where Politics are Truly Local
Municipal, County and State-wide Races Loom Large
Off-year elections are anything but. This year, for instance, there are municipal elections that are the most likely of any election to impact your day-to-day life directly. Electing Democrats to be the majority of Township Commissioners two years ago is precisely why plans to renovate the Haverford library are moving again.
Meet The 2023 Candidates
We have Democratic candidates in every race this year that we must elect. Those races are: