Election Day in Pennsylvania is Nov. 5 – and Patch is providing our readers with a look at the candidates running for office locally.
This year, newcomers Leslie Bradley and Reginald Siles are running against two Republican incumbents for Limerick Township Supervisor.
Here is a look at their profiles:
Name: Leslie Bradley
Running for: Limerick Board of Supervisors
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Positions Previously Held: None
Why are you running for office? I will hold the line on tax increases.
What are the biggest issues facing your community? I will bring impartiality to the one- sided set of values that have ruled Limerick for far too long by contributing fresh voices and ideas to the board.
If elected, what do you hope to accomplish? I plan to budget part of the proceeds from the cable franchise fees to broadcast township meetings.
Interesting fact about you: I am a former communications representative with two grown children and a loving husband.
Paul Regional Siles
Name Paul Reginald Siles
Running for: Limerick Supervisor
Party Affiliation: Democratic
Positions Previously Held: None in Montco, councilman in Darby Boro.
Why are you running for office? To add diversity and representation to our community which is evolving into a multi-cultural society.
What are the biggest issues facing your community? I believe we need more Accountability and Transparency on the ways and means of our local government.
If elected, what do you hope to accomplish? To be a listening ear and spoken voice for the changing community and communicate effectively for more inclusion and participation.
Interesting fact about you: I'm An Author, Business Coach, Christian Educator, Entrepreneur and Keynote Speaker. Love helping others and sharing my many God-giving gifts.
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