Nov. 7 is election day

Tomorrow is election day in Pennsylvania. It’s an off-year election with little local competition.

In Chadds Ford Township, incumbent Supervisor Noelle Barbone is running unopposed for re-election, as is Wendell Fenton in Pennsbury and Ricki Stumpo in Pocopson. In Birmingham Township, newcomer John Daniel Hill is running for supervisor, also unopposed.

There’s also no opposition for Township Council in Concord Township. Concord is adding two council members to its governing body to conform to its recent status as a home rule township. Joshua Twersky and John Crossan are the candidates. Twersky was a member of the Government Study Commission that proposed the change from a township of the second class.

For school director in Region B of the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, incumbents Tomas Day and Steve Simonson are running for re-election. Neither is opposed. The board appointed Day after Michael Rock stepped down.

In contested races, in Southern Chester County, Republican Jane Donze is running against Democrat Al Iacocca for magisterial district judge. They are vying for the seat formerly held by retired Judge Daniel Maisano. The district serves Birmingham, Pennsbury, Pocopson, Newlin, Kennett and East Marlborough townships and Kennett Square.

In Delaware County, two County Council seats are up for election. Candidates include Republicans Dave White and John Perfetti, Democrats Brian Zidek and Kevin Madden, and Libertarian Edward Clifford.

Delaware County voters will also be electing a sheriff this year. Republican incumbent Mary McFall Hooper is facing challenges from Democrat Jerry Sander and Libertarian Matthew Wallace.

Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday.

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