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Allegheny County, PA November 3, 2009 Election
School Director; North Allegheny School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of November 4 12:16am
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Linda Bishop Click here for more information about this candidate 6082 votes 23.11%

  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: Homemaker/School Director
  • 30-year NA resident, McCandless and Marshall
  • MA--Yale University; BA--Penn State
  • 8 years Board service
  • Past Board President and VP
  • Former Mellon Bank VP
  • Married, 3 children, all NA grads
  • Responsible fiscal management
  • High student achievement in academics, athletics, and the arts
  • Ongoing enhancements of curriculum and technology
Daniel E. "Dan" Hubert Click here for more information about this candidate 5876 votes 22.33%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: Chief Financial Officer
  • Certified Public Accountang
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  • Director Allegheny Valley Chamber of Commerce
  • Board of School Director North Allegheny School District
  • Continued progress to become a Top 100 District in the nation
  • Continued fiscal management
  • Technology enhancement in the classroom
Ralph James Pagone Click here for more information about this candidate 5723 votes 21.75%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: Construction Management
  • Univ. of Pgh, Point Park Univ., Triangle Tech.
  • Associates Degree
  • Life Member Highland Vol. Fire Dept.
  • Ingomar/Franklin Park Athletic Assoc. Board Member
  • CPR & First Aid Instructor
  • 1983 NA grad, 1 child graduated NA 2006, 1 child in 11th grade (NA Senior High), 1 child in 7th grade (Carson), and 1 child in 4th grade (McKnight)
  • Fiscal conservatitive
  • Support alternate sources of funding by way of grants, naming rights, etc. for all school district needs
  • Improve existing drug & alcohol programs within the school district,
Thomas C. Schwartzmier, PE Click here for more information about this candidate 5514 votes 20.95%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: UPMC Project Director
  • BS Civil Engineering
  • Registered Professional Engineer
  • MATHCOUNTS Volunteer for over 20 years
  • Professional Engineering Apprenticeship program volunteer
  • Participate regularly in mission trips with Caring Hearts Ministries
  • To make North Allegheny the absolute best school district possible.
  • Prepare ALL students for whatever direction they choose after graduation.
  • Continue the expansion of technology to every district school building.
Kathleen M. Roppa Click here for more information about this candidate 3122 votes 11.86%
  • Party: Democratic, Republican
  • Occupation: Asst. Superintendent Neshannock Township School District
  • Doctorate in Administrative Policy and School Law
  • Advisory board for the Center for Safe Schools
  • Board of Directors for the Northern Areas Alliance Aginst Highly Addictive Drugs
  • Technology
  • The Average Student
  • Elementary World Language

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