Between Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bernie Sanders, and state-level candidates like Julia Salazar, Kristin Seale, and Jovanka Beckles, socialists are proving that campaigning on working-class economic issues, against mass incarceration, and for women’s rights can win, and win big.Continue reading »
“Buying into this polarizing narrative of us and them, but thinking success is mimicking everything the Republicans do has definitely been the heart of the problem in my district,” says Kristin Seale, the Democratic candidate for state representative in Delaware County, a suburb of Philadelphia where Republicans have historically dominated.Continue reading »
On this week's episode, we talk to Kristin Seale–DSA-endorsed Democratic candidate for PA's 168th State House district.Continue reading »
The left-wing uprising that led to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's victory in N.Y.? It happened first in Pa.
Four candidates endorsed by local chapters of the Democratic Socialists of America — Elizabeth Fiedler, Kristin Seale, Summer Lee, and Sara Innamorato — won their primaries for state representative this spring. Last month, young Berniecrats also took control of two Democratic wards in South Philadelphia.Continue reading »
168th District: Chris Quinn
We bounce back to DelCo for HD-168, an R+1 seat that Clinton did win in 2016, though Quinn was able to win a 56-44 re-election. He has a good deal of money in the bank, which will give him an early edge over public servant Kristin Seale, though she will have the national environment and district fundamentals on her side. This is a tossup.Continue reading »
DSA-endorsed candidates Elizabeth Fiedler and Kristin Seale won in Philadelphia districts.Continue reading »
Kristin Seale is one of four women candidates backed by the Democratic Socialists of America to win their recent primaries in Pennsylvania. Seale says that a bold progressive message, coupled with authenticity, can reach swing-state voters.Continue reading »
With Pennsylvanians facing deepening poverty and entrenched inequality across the state, Summer Lee, Sara Innamorato, Elizabeth Fiedler, and Kristin Seale could help upend the bloc of far-right conservatives that have long dominated the Pennsylvania legislature.Continue reading »
In Philadelphia, Democrats Elizabeth Fiedler and Kristin Seale won legislative primaries for House Districts 184 and 168. Fielder does not have a GOP opponent in the general election, while Seale will take on Rep. Christopher Quinn.Continue reading »
Back east, another pair of candidates, Elizabeth Fiedler and Kristin Seale, won their primaries with the support of Philly DSA. Seale, a first-time candidate and former delegate for Sen. Bernie Sanders at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, will now take on incumbent Republican state Rep. Chris Quinn.Continue reading »
Seale, who identifies as queer, bested Philip Block in a close race in the 168th District, in a suburban area west of Philadelphia. She will face incumbent Republican Christopher Quinn in November.Continue reading »
Democrat Kristin Seale described herself as the “bold, progressive choice” and said she’s supportive of LGBTQ rights.
She told how she was a 23-year-old divorced mother who got a union job as a camerawoman in Washington, D.C., that allowed for her to provide for her family. She said her work there familiarized her with union issues.
A member of the Rose Tree Media School Board, she spoke of how they early negotiated a teachers’ contract.
“They know I’m a champion for labor,” she said. “We got that done.”
To the audience, she said, “I’m here for you. I am your sister. I will fight for you in office and out.”Continue reading »
Mike, Amanda, and Pasquale talk serious and make goofy-goofs with Kristin Seale, candidate for the 168th PA House district. The gang talks about the thousands of candidates running for Delco's congressional seats, compare metaphorical canvassing scars, finally shine some light into the County Council chambers, discuss criminal justice reform and energy policy, ask "What Did Millennials Kill This Week?", and debate the relative merits of Thorgy Thor.Continue reading »
Kristin Seale, candidate for Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 168, Philly DSA QuestionnaireContinue reading »
Meet U.S. Rep. Pat Meehan’s worst nightmare: An angry anti-Trump female Delaware County suburbanite with some worn shoe leather.
Kristin Seale, who works for an energy non-profit and lives in Media, had already been thinking about getting involved in local politics after she was elected as a Bernie Sanders delegate to 2016’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, but she said the shock of President Trump’s victory last November “sealed the deal.” She went through a training program for first-time candidates, filed to run for a seat on the Rose Tree Media school board, a longtime GOP bastion, and with her volunteers this fall rang about 3,000 doorbells.Continue reading »
Anne Wakabayashi corrected herself after answering my “How are you?” phone greeting with a standard “I’m good.”
“I’m awesome, actually.”
Understandable. Wakabayashi is the executive director of Emerge Pennsylvania, the local chapter of the national accelerator for Democratic women running for office, which just had a killer night: Six out of six alumnae who ran for office, including five members of the 2017 class and one from 2016, won their races.
Janet Diaz is now the first Latina to join Lancaster City Council
Susan Henderson-Utis joined the Rose Tree Media School Board
Deborah Kalina joined the Southern York School Board
Kristin Seale joined the Rose Tree Media School Board
Paige Strasbaugh joined the Woodland Hills School Board
Barbaranne Keffer joined the Upper Darby CouncilContinue reading »
As a communications professional for nonprofit organizations for over a decade, I know what it means to be accountable to all of an organization’s membership, and to provide consistent, responsible dissemination of all of the organization’s information to various audiences and stakeholders.
As a Master of Public Administration, you have my firm commitment that I will work to create ethical, two-way communication between the school district and this community if elected – the kind of communication that includes active listening and respectful responsiveness. You deserve that at a minimum.Continue reading »