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Chester, Montgomery County, PA November 6, 2012 Election
State Senator; Pennsylvania State Senate; District 19 Voter Information

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Andrew E. Dinniman Click here for more information about this candidate 83,589 votes 57.5%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Pennsylvania State Senator
  • Current Minority Chair, Senate Education Committee
  • Former University Professor
  • Served 15 Years as Chester County Commissioner
  • Key Architect of the Chester County Open Space Program
  • I value fiscal responsibility and keeping taxes low. It is the obligation of government to keep spending under control.
  • I value clean air, water, and open space and emphasize how all three can improve the lives of our constituents in the 19th District.
  • I value excellence in our schools and libraries, which are the pillars of a democracy. Education is responsible for the prosperity of our region.
Christopher J. Amentas Click here for more information about this candidate 61,914 votes 42.6%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • East Fallowfield Supervisor
  • Economy/Jobs
  • Government Reform
  • Education

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