Candidates for the Primary Election on May 18, 2021
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Hatboro-Horsham School Board Candidates
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Erin Stroup is committed to supporting and empowering our teachers and administrators to help our students strive for excellence, celebrate diversity, and build resilience. His goals are to lead by example, serve with integrity, and act as a conduit for all members of our community. His motivation is to give back to the community that has been his home for 17 years. His four children currently attend H-H schools.
Jennifer Wilson is the current Hatboro-Horsham School Board President and has worked for 17 yrs in the Pharmaceutical Industry. She has two children in the H-H School District. She wants all students in H-H schools to have the chance to achieve their own personal success, and is committed to removing any barriers that stand in the way.
As a first-generation college graduate Shawn is passionate about education and ensuring that our district reaches its full potential. He believes his life experiences as a scholarship athlete, pro athlete, and career in higher education have given him the skills needed to be an effective school board member. In his higher education career he has a track record of supporting and advocating for students and teachers.
Horsham Township Council Candidates
Bill Gallagher is currently a member of Horsham Township Council and is running for re-election in 2021. A thirty-five year resident of Horsham, Bill and his wife Peggy have two children who attended school in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. He taught at Girard College High School in Philadelphia for over forty-four years. As a member of Horsham Township Council, bringing people, organizations and resources together to improve the quality of life for all residents will always be his major focus.
Veronica Hill-Milbourne is a healthcare executive and community advocate, and a graduate of Villanova University's College of Nursing, St. Joseph's University and Temple University Beasley School of Law. She has been a resident of Horsham Township since 2003. She currently serves as the first African American woman elected to Horsham Township Council in 2017. Veronica is passionate about increasing transparency in government, fiscal responsibility and equality for all constituents within Horsham. She sincerely cares about Horsham and works tirelessly to make our township a great place to live for all.
Charles “Chip” Horner is currently a teacher/educator of 35 years where 25 have been spent working for the Radnor Township School District. A lifelong resident of Montgomery County and a thirty-three year resident of Horsham, Chip and his wife Holly have two grown children both educators who attended school in the Hatboro-Horsham School District from Kindergarten thru grade 12. He is a graduate of both West Chester University and Chestnut Hill College with degrees and certifications in Business Administration, Health and Physical Education and Technology in Education. He believes that maintaining a quality of community and life can be achieved by bringing people, organizations, and resources together in a positive working relationship through common sense government.
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County-wide (click here for candidate information)
Montgomery County Jury Commissioner - Joanne Olszewski
Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - A. Nicole Phillips
State-wide (click here for candidate information)
Pennsylvania Supreme Court - Judge Maria McLaughlin
Pennsylvania Superior Court - Judge Timika Lane
Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Judge Lori Dumas, Judge David Spurgeon
Horsham Township Judge of Election (by precinct)
Diane Rigotti - 2-2
John Shepherd 3-3
Eric Enger 4-2
Ret Turner 4-3