Jack Stollsteimer (D)

  • Opponent: Katayoun Copeland (R)
    • Appointed to fill vacancy, in office since early 2018
  • Delaware County, PA
  • Population: 564,751
  • 2016 President results: Clinton 59%, Trump 37%
  • 2018 Congress results: Democrat 65%, Republican 35%
  • Election: November 5, 2019

Fmr. Assistant District Attorney Stollsteimer is emphasizing reform and seeking to halt abuses at the privatized George W. Hill Correctional Facility in this reliably liberal suburban and urban district outside Philadelphia. Incumbent Copeland was appointed to her position to fill outgoing conservative hard-liner Bill Whelan's term after he was appointed to a judgeship, but has never before run for office. Stollsteimer is much more aligned with the ideology of voters in the district, and local Democrats are pulling out all the stops to seize control of the County Council as well.

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Deb Ryan (D)

  • Opponent: Michael Noone (R)
    • Nominated in August, after incumbent withdrew
  • Chester County, PA
  • Population: 522,046
  • 2016 President results: Clinton 53%, Trump 43%
  • 2018 Congress results: Democrat 56%, Republican 41%
  • Election: November 5, 2019

Fifteen year veteran ADA and child welfare advocate Deb Ryan has an unusual opportunity to beat her late-entrant opponent thanks to the unexpected withdrawal of established incumbent Tom Hogan. The Chester County GOP has been handed a string of recent defeats and is in disarray, creating space for a more moderate candidate to continue the pivot in this suburban swing district where 2018 saw an impressive 20% increase in turnout.


Richard Berube (D)

  • Opponent: William Grady (R)
    • Incumbent district attorney since 1983, hasn't faced a major opponent since 1995
  • Dutchess County, NY
  • Population: 297,488
  • 2016 President results: Clinton 50.2%, Trump 49.8%
  • 2018 Congress results: Democrats 55.7%, Republicans 44.3%
  • Election: November 5, 2019

Beacon resident, former ADA and Marine Richard Berube has a chance to knock off NY state's longest-serving prosecutor, one of only two remaining district attorneys in the state to have sought the death penalty (in 1998 and 2000). Dutchess County, home to FDR as well as the last Republican to run against Andrew Cuomo, is a classic swing county these days.


Tiffany Cabán (D)

  • Queens County, NY
  • Election: June 25, 2019

Cabán ran an exhilarating underdog primary campaign for DA in Queens, NY, where an Election Night lead gave way to a heartachingly close loss by 55 votes this summer. We were able to spend substantial resources to run cable and print ads and have a presence that differed tactically from the campaign, identifying key trends that might otherwise have been missed. Our TV spot, "Anyone Else", was lauded for its playfulness and unconventional approach.