Carolyn Comitta has deep roots in our community – she graduated from Downingtown High School, taught in the Octorara Area School District for 12 years and raised her family here in West Chester.
In the State House, Carolyn has fought to fully fund our schools, reduce gun violence, pass clean energy legislation, increase pipeline safety requirements, protect every woman’s right to choose, and put an end to partisan gerrymandering.
Depending on where you live in the county, you may see Carolyn Comitta’s name on the Primary ballot twice, for reelection for State Representative in the 156th District and PA Senate in the 19th District.
“My name will be on the Primary ballot for both my House seat and the State Senate seat. It is a unique opportunity and I hope you will vote for me in both races. Let me explain a bit more about the process, PA law allows my name to appear on the ballot for both seats. If I win the Senate Primary, I will not run for reelection in the House. In that case, our District Committee people will choose another candidate to run for my seat in November. There will be no special election. I will serve out the remainder of my term this year in the House. I am confident there will be an excellent candidate chosen to run for my House seat,” said Carolyn.
“I thought long and hard about this and know that I can make a big impact in the Senate and I am thrilled to have the support of the Senate Democratic leadership and PSEA among others, to run for state senate. Now more than ever, experienced leadership is needed in the senate. I hope I can count on your support!”
Carolyn Comitta for State Representative in the General Assembly, in the 156th District
Carolyn is proud to represent the 156th Legislative District: West Chester Borough, East Goshen, Westtown, Thornbury, Birmingham and West Goshen Township (partial), and she is currently serving her second term. Her State Representative Endorsements include:
- Pennsylvania State Education Association (for Senate as well)
- SEIU Healthcare Workers (for Senate as well)
- Leap Forward (for Senate as well)
- Sierra Club
- Planned Parenthood (for Senate as well)
- Represent (for Senate as well)
- and many more!
Carolyn Comitta for Senator in the General Assembly, 19th State Senatorial District
The 19th District includes a vast part of Chester County including Coatesville, Downingtown, Oxford, Phoenixville, West Chester, West Grove, and many other communities throughout the county. Her Senatorial Endorsements include:
- Governor Wolf
- Chester County Young Democrats
- Emily’s List
- Senator Anthony Williams
- Senator John P. Blake
- Senator Tim Kearney
- Senator Steve Santesari
- UFCW Local 1776 Keystone State
- and many more!
How You Can Support Carolyn
- Register to Vote by May 18: please note you must be registered to vote by May 18 to apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot.
- Fill out the Mail-In or Absentee Ballot Application Online or By Mail by 5:00 p.m. on May 26: Please note, to vote by an absentee or mail-in ballot in the 2020 general primary held on Tuesday, June 2, your completed application must be received in the county office by 5:00 P.M.
- Request a lawn sign.
- Invest in our Campaign: Contributions of any amount are greatly appreciated.
- Volunteer Today: Between the new election date and mail-in voting this year, communication is more important than ever. Since campaigns aren’t canvassing this primary season, we need friendly phone bankers to call and encourage Chester County residents to register and vote on June 2.
- Vote one of three ways by 8:00 P.M. on June 2!
- Fill out your ballot and return it to Chester County Voter Services. The deadline to return your voted absentee or mail-in ballot is 8:00 p.m. on June 2.
- Call the Chester County Voter Services Center to request a vote-by-mail ballot at 610-344-6410.
- Vote at your polling place on Primary Day. Please visit Chester County Government’s Website for updates on polling places.
Make sure your voice is heard and vote Carolyn Comitta for State Representative, 156th District and PA State Senate, 19th District by June 2.