Issues that Matter.
Values that Make a Difference.
Leadership that works.
Addressing climate change, cutting emissions, investing in renewables, and upholding our Constitutional Right to clean air, pure water, and the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment.
Prosperity begins with opportunity: career coaching, skills development, apprenticeship programs, mentoring, and entreprenurship are the pathway to growing family-sustaining jobs and revitalizating communities.
A great quality of life depends on a strong, capable, and fair system of public safety. Supporting emergency services, ambulatory, fire, and law enforcement organizations is a fundamental responsibility.
Every child deserves to follow their dreams. Every student deserves a learning environment that is safe, healthy, productive, thorough, and efficient. Investments in all levels of public education equal a brighter future for all.
Access to affordable, quality health care services, including emergency care, preventative care, maternal and reproductive care, cutting-edge therapies, and behavioral health care are vital for all families and people.
CIVILITY & RESPECT
Our communities must be open, inclusive, caring, and welcoming places where everyone's contributions are valued, and every individual can live, work, and love as their true, authentic selves.
An Environmental Champion. An Educator. A Community Leader. A Trusted Public Servant. A Friend You Can Count On.
Throughout her career, Carolyn has embraced all of those roles and more.
As State Senator for Pennsylvania’s 19th District, she is working to support strong public schools, a clean environment, affordable healthcare, renewable energy, economic growth, and safe, welcoming communities where we all have an opportunity to thrive.
In the Senate, Carolyn serves as minority chair of the Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and on the Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Aging and Youth, Education, and Local Government Committees.
Before that, Carolyn served two terms, beginning in 2016, as State Representative for the 156th Legislative District.
But she is perhaps most well known for being the first woman and first bipartisan-elected mayor of West Chester, a position she was elected to in 2010 after serving two terms on West Chester Borough Council.
To all her roles, Carolyn brings the perspective of an educator, a small business owner, a mother and a grandmother, and a neighbor who cares.