Allegheny County, PA
November 5, 2013 Election
Why am I running?
I am running along side my friends Joel Slesinger and Patrick O'Leary. We are all running because we believe the current leadership of Robinson Township is not always serving in the best interests of Robinson Township as whole, but rather for the benefit of a select group. We are running to provide a fair environment for residents and business owners in Robinson Township. Here are some of the issues we are committed to if elected:
Because we are about serving all residents of Robinson and because our platform has wide appeal, we have received the following endorsements:
- We will eliminate wasteful spending and ensure that your tax dollars are used in the most effective manner possible.
- We will ensure that our police, fire and EMS have the personnel and resources to effectively service Robinson Township residents.
- We will cooperate with the Montour School District, rather than using your tax dollars paid to both for unnecessary legal battles between them.
- We will work to resolve issues in the most expeditious and economical manner.
- We will place a renewed focus on our infrastructure.
- We will fight for responsible development.
- We will ensure that all businesses and residents are treated fairly in accordance with Township ordinances.
- Mark Mustio (R) - PA State Representative
- Ron Smith (D) - Montour School Board President
- Scott Suess (R) - Montour School Board Treasurer
- Ed Miller (D) - Montour School Board Director
- Duane Faith (R) - Montour School Board Director
- Earl Mapel (D) - Robinson Township Commissioner
- Stephanie Triko (R) - Former Robinson Township Commissioner
- Tex Ritter (R) - Former Robinson Township Treasurer and Tax Collector
- Republican Committee of Robinson Township
- Robinson Independent Democratic Committee
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