Analisa Sondergaard, Democratic nominee for Magisterial District Judge in Tredyffrin, has picked up a very significant endorsement from Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams. Sondergaard and Williams served together as Assistant District Attorneys in Philadelphia. Read on for the text of the official September 23rd announcement.
On June 22, the Tredyffrin Township Democratic Committee endorsed F. Michael “Murph” Wysocki to fill the role of candidate for At-Large Supervisor in the November election, after candidate Ernie Falcone had to bow out for personal reasons. Wysocki (left) will join Molly Duffy to contest the two open At-Large Supervisor seats.
In addition, John Cameron (right), who received 943 write-in ballots in the May primary, will run as candidate for Township Auditor.
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After a soggy but exciting election day, Molly Duffy leads in the special election for the remaining term of a Tredyffrin at-large supervisor seat. Startled Republicans are asking for more proof. The result spiced up the primary election season, which otherwise saw all the party-endorsed candidates moving smoothly to their November showdown.
Molly Duffy expressed her appreciation:
“Professionally I pay attention to energy and energy conservation, and I’m amazed at the human energy that goes into a campaign. Thank you so much for making this an extraordinary May election! I’m of course grateful for the people who voted for me. But even those who didn’t vote for me were out on a rainy day participating in the democratic process, which is good for all of us. I’m confident the vote count will be affirmed quickly, and I’m looking forward to turning my personal energy toward serving everyone as supervisor.”
Read more on election turnout, why each vote matters, a verifiable paper trail for balloting, and good results for all TTDem candidates.