Election Day 2014
● By Lev
Pennsylvania voters went to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4 to elect a governor and to decide on many Congressional, State House, and State Senate races. Although midterm elections sometimes suffer from low voter turnout, activity was brisk on Tuesday morning and early afternoon.
A good example of bipartisanship could be found in Penn Township as Republicans and Democrats worked together to organize a food drive.
“I think it's a good start to show that Republicans and Democrats can work together on a good idea,” said Democratic committeeperson Hal Cohen. “Our hope is that other townships will pick up on this.”
Cohen and fellow committeeperson Bella Gier, along with their Republican counterparts, Casey Bralla and Adriana Pfaff, were collecting food donations from voters.
The Chester County Press will have results of the 2014 election on Chestercounty.com.