Liberty Over Bureaucracy Candidates Announced Across Chester County

Beth Ann RosicaBeth Ann Rosica candidate for Mayor of West Chester Borough (Submitted Image)

CHESTER COUNTY, PA — A November slate of candidates for office around Chester County has been announced by the Libertarian Party of Chester County. This is the largest group of candidates fielded by the LPCC and reflects the rapid membership growth experienced recently by the Libertarian Party.

Jason Crane, Constable candidate for West Chester’s 3rd Ward noted, “The borough has one of the largest concentrations of Libertarians in the county, so I expect my election chances to be very good.” The Phoenixville and Kennett areas also have large concentrations of registered Libertarians.

Local activist Beth Ann Rosica is running for Mayor of West Chester Borough. Her campaign theme is Liberty Over Bureaucracy. “The voters in West Chester have been plagued with a bureaucratic leadership focused on political gains instead of building the local community. Mayoral candidates like to tout their ‘business as usual’ backgrounds. It is time to focus on the voters, and how their personal liberty has taken a back seat to politics in our wonderful town.”

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Jeanne Rhea-McManus is running for auditor in Kennett Township. Sadsbury Township will see Luke Misciagna on the ball0t for auditor, and John Haibach hopes to be auditor in North Coventry Township.

Besides Jason Crane, Robert Gallek is running for West Grove Borough constable. “Positions like constable and auditor, while important, are generally quiet in the community,” notes Crane. “But the Libertarians running hope to spotlight important issues in Chester County, like prison reform and fiscal responsibility”.

Chester County Libertarian candidates will be present at events throughout the area, and hosting forums to discuss issues that the voters have expressed concern about. Rosica is eager to focus on the real problems affecting her town. “A non-elected mayor has spent tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars on pet projects that will go nowhere,” said Beth, “it is time to face reality, be fiscally responsible, and address the real loss of liberty here, in the seat of Chester County.”

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