Kristin Seale

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Kristin Seale

Kristin Seale lives in Media Borough, Pennsylvania. She was raised in Baltimore, MD in a single parent home.

According to her website, Seale volunteered for "Maryland School for the Blind, a homeless breakfast, peer groups for children of separation and divorce, and the first wave of people living with HIV/AIDS."

"Kristin currently serves on the leadership team of a statewide energy nonprofit that has helped Pennsylvanians of every electric ratepayer class conserve energy and save money through energy efficiency. She has a long track record of protecting and supporting communities in public health, poverty law, and energy, by advocating for and successfully moving bipartisan legislation in two state legislatures through community-led and coalition-based collaboration with elected decision makers. She is a founder of two successful nonprofit women’s sports organizations -- one local, and one international in scope. Kristin earned a Bachelors of Public and Community Health from New Mexico State University, and a Masters of Public Administration from Villanova University.[1]

On May 15 2018, Kristin Seale won her primary race in Pennsylvania. She is a Marxist member of Democratic Socialists of America running as a Democrat. She is married to Chris Seale.

Bernie Sanders delegate

Kristin Seale retweets DSA tweet praising "Socialism" and "Marx".
DSA Member and Pennsylvania Primary winner Kristin Seale wants to “bring the capitalist system to its knees.”

In the summer of 2016, Kristin represented the 7th Congressional District of Pennsylvania as a Bernie Sanders Labor Delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. In 2017 Kristin graduated from Emerge PA’s intensive candidate training program, and was honored to be selected from of thousands of applicants for the 2017 national candidate training of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.

Kristin was elected Rose Tree Media School Board Director in November 2017, winning an historic number of votes in the race. She was sworn in on December 5th, 2017, and is enjoying serving her community and the students of the RTMSD every day.[2]

Running for office

"You can expect her to be an active and compassionate listener, to hear your ideas for a stronger district that reflects your needs, who wants you to inform how she can best represent you. She hopes to bring a strong, community-informed voice to the important decision making that impacts our public safety, public education, civil rights and social equity, improving the health and lives of our community and fostering economic growth in the 168th that benefits everyone."

Kristin has no interest in a partisan seat flip, she’s here to Serve The 168th.[3]

Victory Fund Endorsing Kristin Seale

The Victory Fund, which was founded by Terry Bean who also founded the Human Rights Campaign, supported and endorsed Kristin Seale.[4]

DSA Kristin Seale


Philly DSA Electoral Canvass: Kristin Seale

Saturday at 2 PM - 6 PM

521 N Monroe St, Media, PA 19063

Join the Canvassing Committee and the Electoral Evaluation Committee to help advance DSA's priorities in Harrisburg by canvassing to elect Kristin Seale to the PA General Assembly! [5]

Delco DSA founders


Resolution 7:18:03, July 2018 General Meeting of Philadelphia Democratic Socialists of America.

Establish Delaware County Branch

Authors: Scott Alberts

Co-Sponsors: Kristin Seale, Joe Qualtieri, Julie Qualtieri, Nicole Johns

Whereas, Philadelphia DSA membership is growing beyond the city limits of Philadelphia; and,

Whereas, members of Philadelphia DSA in Delaware County are interested in forming an official branch of the Local; and,

Whereas, the bylaws of Philadelphia DSA permit the formation of branches on the basis of geography; and,

Therefore be it resolved, that Philadelphia DSA adopt the following charter to establish a Delaware County Branch:

National DSA endorsement


In August 2018 National Democratic Socialists of America endorsed Kristin Seale,

DSA members


Philly DSA conference

Helen Gym, Elizabeth Fiedler and Kristin Seale were special guests at Philadelphia Democratic Socialists of America's conference June 2019.

Philly DSA· June 5 2019·


We are excited to announce our Honorary Guests for Philly DSA’s 2019 Convention this Saturday, June 8.

We'll hear from some of them about their political fights on behalf of the working-class majority at the convention this Saturday!