Annie Thorne

for Edgmont Township Supervisor

Annie Thorne is running for Edgmont Township Supervisor. Annie is a 12-year resident, owns a small manufacturing business in Edgmont, and serves on the Okehocking Hills Civic Association Board. Annie co-founded the Connect Edgmont community group to share her love of the outdoors and advocate for outdoor recreation, open space and community building in Edgmont Township.


Annie has attended over fifty Township meetings since 2021 and has been engaged in projects including the ongoing revision of the Recreation, Open Space and Trails Plan, the proposed elementary school, and several community-building events. She will bring a fresh perspective and new energy to the Edgmont Township Board of Supervisors, where she pledges to:


        Ensure services and infrastructure keep pace with our growing community. Current and future growth should be accompanied by efforts to improve public safety, mitigate traffic, and find a solution for the overcrowded schools Edgmont children currently attend.


        Proactively plan to preserve open space. Edgmont must document long-term plans now so that when developers inevitably propose new projects, we are poised to maximize open space and recreation opportunities that will benefit the entire community.


        Promote more transparency in the decision-making process. Annie will serve as a reliable source of information for residents regarding current projects and issues in the township. She’ll ensure all applicants are treated fairly and actions are justified and clearly explained.


Annie was raised in neighboring Willistown Township, graduated from Haverford College, and lives with her husband, Matt, and their two children in western Edgmont.

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Please make your check payable to "Mid-County Democratic Committee",  write "Annie Thorne" in the memo line, and mail to:

Mid-County Democratic Committee

  PO Box 487 

 Lima, PA 19037