Veronica Hill-Milbourne has lived in Horsham for fourteen years with her husband of 33 years and two daughters. She is a healthcare operations executive and community advocate. A graduate of Villanova University School of Nursing, St. Joseph's University and Temple University School of Law, Veronica has a strong business acumen and understands the importance of listening to others and values open and honest dialogue.
Veronica is running for Council because she wants to bring a bipartisan approach to Horsham government, facilitate transparency into local politics, and adopt stringent ethics laws to prevent unfair business transactions and creating opportunity for those best qualified.
Currently, Veronica serves as a Committee Person for Precinct 4-3, Secretary of the Horsham Democratic Committee and the Correspondence Secretary for the Montgomery County Democratic Committee. Veronica volunteers on numerous community based non-profit organizations. She is passionate about serving her community and others.
Bill Gallagher is running for Horsham Township Council. A thirty-five year resident of Horsham, Bill and wife Peggy have two children who attended school in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. Bill is very active in community organizations and programs and hopes that experience will help a great deal if elected to Horsham Township Council.
Bill has been a teacher at Girard College High School in Philadelphia for over forty years. As a social studies teacher, he teaches United States Government and knows the critical importance of local government in the everyday lives of our residents. Bringing people, organizations and resources together to better serve our community will be a major focus in improving the quality of life for all residents of Horsham Township.
Democrat Jeff Saltz was raised in Montgomery County and still calls the community home. He graduated from Princeton University and Harvard University Law School and has practiced law in Montgomery County for more than 30 years, representing individuals and businesses in common pleas courts throughout southeastern Pennsylvania. His extensive background in all varieties of law earned him the rating of “highly recommended” for the position of judge by the Montgomery Bar Association, and he has been endorsed by PSEA and the Montgomery County Building Trades Association. He has been honored by a national committee of legal practitioners as a “Super Lawyer” for seven years in a row and is widely recognized as a leading litigation attorney. For more information visit www.saltzforjudge.com
Democrat Wendy Rothstein, a life-long resident of Montgomery County, has practiced law in our county for over 35 years, and has argued before the court of common pleas, the Commonwealth and Superior appellate courts, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. In addition, she has served as a court-appointed master and advisor to the judges for 15 years, and has previously worked as a social worker in the foster care unit of Montgomery County’s department of Children and Youth, as well as a volunteer at the county’s Legal Aid. She has been honored by the Montgomery Bar Association for her various achievements, and has been endorsed by the PSEA, the Montgomery County Building Trades Association, and the FOP Lodge 37. For more information visit www.rothsteinforjudge.com
About Jennifer Wilson:
Jennifer Wilson is a candidate running for a board seat in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. A five- year resident of Horsham, Jennifer is a devoted wife and mother of two children attending school in the district. Jennifer said, “I am running for a seat on the Hatboro-Horsham school board because I moved to Horsham for the reputation of its Blue Ribbon schools, and year after year the performance of the schools has declined. As a mother of two young children, I need to do my part to make sure that this cycle of poor performance is turned around. Great schools are the foundation of a strong community.”
Jennifer is a graduate of West Chester University, where she earned a bachelor of science degree in biology. She works as a specialist in engineering at a major pharmaceutical manufacturer in Montgomery County, where she effectively leads teams to solve complex problems and improve processes. The news has repeatedly cited that we need to drive more youth towards careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Jennifer is committed to helping our young children consider careers in STEM and wants to leverage her expertise to encourage our children to explore these fields.Read more