Big Spring School Director Candidates
I have lived in the state of Pennsylvania for 28 years and have enjoyed becoming involved in helping others within and outside our surrounding communities. I have always loved education and being a life- long learner. I want to dive deeper into the education system itself by running for the Penn-Cooke seat on the Big Spring School Board.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES!
My name is David Fish and I’m asking for help from my fellow Democrats to fix a looming problem with the upcoming November 2nd general election. We have seven Cumberland County offices open, but had only one Democratic challenger on the May 18th primary ballot. That cannot be allowed to stand. We cannot ask Democratic voters to show up to vote if we do not have good, honest, fact-based, patriotic Democratic candidates on the ballot.
Jeffrey Filler, a 25-year resident of Cumberland County, is running for County Register of Wills. The Register of Wills Office is responsible for handling marriages license applications as well as filing for adoptions, guardianships, and estates. Jeffrey is running to serve the citizens of Cumberland County and would encourage new ideas to make the office more user-friendly and efficient.
Jeffrey has been a registered nurse in Cumberland County for over 30 years and currently serves in a supervisory capacity. He currently resides in North Middleton Township with his 3 dogs. Jeffrey loves spending time with his family, swimming and taking his 5 grandchildren to the beach.
My name is Ursus, and I’ve been living in the Upper Mifflin area pretty much my whole life. Recently, I’ve had a baby, and this along with a few other happenings have helped me decide that it’s time to start making a difference for the neighbors I’ve known for so long. I want to help you and your children feel confident that the school they go to has their best interests not only in mind but in practice, too. As a member of the BSSD school board, I’ll fight to ensure appropriate budget actions, equitable treatment of all students, and enhanced growth programs that don’t detract from existing measures.
Thank you for your consideration.