Chair George Badey, Vice Chair Tsiwen Law, Treasurer Rob Armstrong, Secretary Danielle Kleinman



First of all, we have a Radnor School Board Primary where REPUBLICANS have filed their names on the Democratic ballot.
Please vote for the real Democrats – the endorsed Democrats for School Board,
Ballot number / Name:
A25  SARAH DUNN - Democrat
A27  ANDREW BABSON - Democrat
A28  LYDIA SOLOMON - Democrat
A29  SUSAN STERN – Democrat

Here’s what’s on the rest of the ballot:
Constitutional Amendments:  Questions
YES to Equal Rights regarless of race or enthnicity
NO to the Emrgencies Declaration Amendment
NO to Legistlative Termination of Emergecy Declaration 
YES to Municipal, Fire, and EMS Loans 

County Council (vote for 2)
Richard Womack – County Council –
Kevin Madden – County Council (incumbent) –
.Other offices
Jerry Sanders – Delaware County Sheriff (incumbent) –
Joanne Phillips – County Controller (incumbent) –
Rachel Ezzell Berry – Register of Wills & Clerk of Orphans’ Court Division (incumbent) –
Endorsed by Radnor Democratic Committee – PA Judicial Races
Maria McLaughlin – Justice of Supreme Court of PA –
Jill Beck – Judge of Superior Court –
Judge of Commonwealth Court of PA (Vote for 2)
Loria Dumas –
Amanda Green Hawkins –
Delaware County Judicial Races
Judge of Delaware County’s Court of Common Pleas (Vote for 2)
(Radnor Democratic Committee did not endorsebut recommends 2 of the 3 Democrats) Below are the preferred judges:
Deborah Krull – www,
Tinu Moss –
Raymond Santarelli –
Endorsed Radnor Democratic Committee Candidate – Magisterial District
Magisterial District Judge 32-1-27
Ashwini Udgaonkar –

Township Commissioner Races:
Maggie Myers Ward 2
Lisa Borowski, Ward 4
Avery Rome; Ward 6 

Township Treasurer Ken Forhlich
Radnor Township School Directors (School Board) - Radnor Democratic Committee (PA) — Donate via ActBlue

I urge you to not take any election for granted.  We are given the liberty in this country to have a say in who our elected officials are, and I urge each and every one of you to exercise that privilege at any given opportunity.  Odd numbered years are for municipal elections when we elect our fellow community members to provide public service to us right here at home - in our schools, in our township, in our county and in our municipal and state courts.  Please read this newsletter carefully for all the election details.  
We are fortunate to have a stellar roster of honest and hardworking candidates on our ballot for the 2021 election cycle, including for the PA Supreme Court.  We have all come to appreciate in recent years how important who sits on our courts is.  And since this is a primary, many of our candidates will go on to the general election as a matter of course in November.  However, Pennsylvania law allows for school board and judicial candidates to cross file in primaries.  Therefore, you will see Republican school board and judicial candidates on your ballot and they are not identified by party.  So it is of particular importance to us all that these candidates become familiar to you and have your support.
I’d like to take this opportunity to remind our community that I have personally witnessed the ongoing dedication, professionalism and heavy lifts that our school board candidates in particular have demonstrated throughout the most trying of experiences for our public schools in a century.  No one signed up for the hundreds of hours’ worth of meetings over the past 15 months that our school board volunteers have lent to navigate the inconceivable.  And they did so with dignity and grace. Below is just some of what the current slate of school board candidates has achieved in their combined 28 years of school board experience, including this past year.  They will always be committed to providing the most cutting edge and well-rounded educational experiences for each and every one of our students in the safest, most accessible and equitable environment possible.  That extensive experience matters, not only because the learning curve is steep, but also because it breeds institutional knowledge that contributes to more informed governing decisions and a reliable and stable district culture which is good for the entire community.
Please urge your Democratic friends and neighbors to VOTE on Tuesday.  The polls are open from 7AM-8PM and please visit, or email Rob Armstrong at  for more information or if you have any questions or concerns.

Democratically yours,

George Badey, Chair

Here are just some of the many accomplishments our slate’s
Democratic leadership has produced for Radnor Township School
District students during their years of service:

*        Maintained Radnor’s academic #1 state ranking and #10 national
ranking – source:
*        Instituted the first full-day kindergarten program on the Main Line
in 2015;
*        Were first in the region to institute the medically recommended
8:30 A.M. later school start time for Radnor High School in 2019
*        Broke ground in May 2021 on the most comprehensive ADA,
safety and wellness renovations ever for Radnor High School’s campus
and athletics facilities (completion fall of 2022)
*        Adopted 2020-2021 first ever district goal of developing
foundational Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practices and policies
*        Approved implementation of Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports
(MTSS) to address students’ academic, social and emotional needs
*        Provided consistent and effective oversight of the school
administration’s COVID-19 decisions, initiatives, and interventions to
balance maintaining the instructional program in multiple formats
while keeping our children, staff and community safe
*        Renewed Student Wellness Study as 2020-2021 District goal to
review and enhance the academic, physical, and social-emotional
wellness of all students in all settings
*        Approved in 2021 PA Grant to Radnor Township that extends the
Radnor Trail around the Radnor High School campus
*        Participated in well over 150 board meetings spanning close to
300 hours over the past 15 months performing their volunteer civic
duty while modeling civil, thoughtful and prepared governance.

SPECIAL NOTE:  Ward 5 is consolidating both precincts at St. Aloysius this year. 5-1 is NOT at Sacred Heart 
AS a follow-up to the Radnor Dems meeting last night, we are beginning to sign people to be OUTSIDE poll greeters.  The primary job is handing out our sample ballot and greeting voters, etc
Below is the sign-up genius link.  Please sign up for a shift(s).  It’s essential that we have representation for all shifts since we have candidates such as School Board and Judges who are cross-listed with registered Republicans in their primaries.
Feel free to share the sign-up link with other like-minded neighbors and friends who want to help the Democrats.
All Politics Is Local, and positive change starts at home. Help us to build our party from the ground up, because today's local officials could become tomorrow's state and national leaders. Volunteer and/or donate today.
Copyright © 2020 Radnor Democratic Committee, All rights reserved.

Have feedback or content for this newsletter? Contact the

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can  unsubscribe from this list

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Radnor Democratic Committee · PO Box 7024 · Wayne, PA 19087 · USA

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp