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Voting on campus: At Haverford College, they want to, but can’t

From the Philadelphia Inquirer “Haverford College and some nearby residents for years have been trying to get a po…

County controller questions $370G in prison legal bills

From the Delco Times, “The 1,800-plus inmate prison is managed by Florida-based GEO Group and its contract with De…

Dems opening wider margin after surge in voter registrations

From the Delco Times “Voter registration numbers for Republicans have decreased since the May primary while some n…

Casey brings re-election campaign to Yeadon

From the Delco Times ““The hard right wants to undermine health care, they want the tax code rigged for them and…

Delco couples ready to tie the knot can now fill out marriage license applications online

From the Delco Times, 15 August 2018, “The Delaware County Clerk of Orphans’ Court announced the launch of onlin…

County council OKs $115,000 risk assessment study on pipeline

From the Delco Times, 25 July 2018, “Delaware County Council approved a $115,000 contract with G-2 Integrated Solu…

Delco council spars over $2.1M no-bid deal for 911 services

From the Delco Times, 12 July 2018 “By a 3-2 vote on party lines, Eddystone-based Radio Communication Services Inc…

Delaware County Democrats, the first elected in 40 years, find acceptance, some tension in months since historic win

““I ran to be a threat to the status quo, and I expected a degree of concern from those who’ve profited from t…

Delco Dems tap Swarthmore’s Guiney as new chairman

Longtime Swarthmore committeewoman Colleen Guiney was handed the gavel as the new party leader Sunday during a short mee…

Chair Colleen Guiney’s Address to the Delaware County Democratic Committee

Thank you everyone! I am honored and humbled to accept your selection as Chair of the Delaware County Democratic Committ…