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Get Involved! 3 Upcoming events in February

Chester County Democratic Committee Nominating Convention Wednesday, February 15 at 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST Stetson Middle School, West Chester, PA 1060 Wilmington Pike (US 202) CCDC Committeepersons meet to endorse local, county, and judge candidates.  Petition Signing. Members…

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Rally for ACA Tomorrow Jan 28 in West Chester

Rally tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 28th at 1 PM at the Old Courthouse, High and Market Streets is West Chester, protesting the repeal of the Affordable Care Act without adequate replacement. We need big signs! The signs should clearly connect Costello…

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Nomination Watch Party

History in the Making Join Fellow Local Dems to Witness History as Hillary Clinton Accepts the Democratic Nomination for President Stronger Together When: Thursday, July 28th, 7:30 PM Where: Valyo's, Phoenixville, PA Please contact: cvalyo@hotmail.com for location and Bring a Snack…

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Mike Parrish calls for Leadership on Gun Violence

In June 20th Op/Ed in The Times of Chester County Mike Parrish called for courage, leadership and action on gun violence.

By Mike Parrish, Candidate, U.S. Representative, 6th District

Mike Parrish

I am a gun owner and proud supporter of our Second Amendment. As an Army veteran who served in Desert Storm, I have extensive training on how to responsibly use, care for, and safely store firearms. I have also seen first hand the damage that guns can do.

In the aftermath of the shocking Orlando shooting by a radical domestic terrorist, the political discourse has been sadly predictable. I believe we are well past the time for thoughts and prayers or moments of silence offered by elected representatives who refuse to take action on the gun crisis because they are hostages to the NRA. Their actions, or lack thereof, are not leadership.

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“Wear Orange” event in West Chester on Thursday

The color orange symbolizes the value of human life. Hunters wear orange in the woods to protect themselves and others. In 2013, teens on the South Side of Chicago asked classmates to honor their murdered friend by wearing orange. That simple call to action has grown into a national movement – and orange is becoming the symbol of gun safety.

Thursday, June 2nd is National Gun Violence Prevention Day http://wearorange.org. People all across the United States will be wearing orange and participating in local events drawing public attention to the need for sensible gun policy.

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