Candidates

 

The 2013 Endorsed Republican Candidates for Falls Township

Andrew Dell
Endorsed Republican for Supervisor
There’s not a Republican or Democrat way to make sure our community is strong for everyone. As a lifelong resident of Falls Township, I’ve attended most public meetings for the past ten years. I know what’s worked and what hasn’t and know we need someone in local government who understands budgets and finances to best protect taxpayers.

As a successful small businessman, I will bring my management experience, financial understanding, and more than 20 years of supervising projects and solving problems to work for all of us on the Board of Supervisors. I want Falls Township to remain a good place to live and raise a family with a strong police force and fire departments.

I want to protect our long term savings and general funds from frivolous spending. I also want to reduce our permit fees for residents who are improving or repairing their property and adding value to the community.

With my long history of volunteering in Falls Township I believe I would work well with the existing Board (even if we differ on certain points of view) and will work every day to make Falls Township better for everyone.

 

Kieran Halpin
Endorsed Republican for Tax Collector
Falls Township taxpayers deserve a full-time tax collector.  We should be able to pay taxes in person 40 hours a week – and even on Saturdays during the discount period – like taxpayers in most every other Bucks County municipality.  I will operate an efficient, full-time, fully staffed, courteous office for every resident while offering online tax payment options and more.

I have spent a career in business, working as a Technical and Regulatory Manager for two major chemical companies.  In those jobs I’ve demonstrated outstanding customer service, dealt with complex budgets, and learned best-business practices that will help improve the Falls Township tax office.

I am a graduate of Delaware Valley College and hold a degree in Agronomy.  I’ve stayed deeply involved in the college as the Vice President of the Alumni Association as well as the Alumni representative on the Board of Trustees.  As such, I will bring a diverse and organizational background to an office that appears to lack professionalism.

 

Casey Lawrence
Endorsed Republican for School Board Director
Casey Lawrence has lived in Bucks County for 25 years and currently lives in Lower Makefield. He has over 24 years of experience in the video communications industry and has been a business owner since 1997. Casey has produced hundreds of successful presentations for large and small businesses, as well as, many non-profit organizations. He is very active in his local church community and volunteers much of his time and resources annually to helping schools designed for students with special needs. Through this process, Casey has developed a passion for quality education to meet the individual needs of all students.

Casey is acutely aware of the fiscal challenges we are facing as a community. As a concerned Pennsbury taxpayer, Casey has a vested interest in maintaining and improving the high standards that our school district strives to achieve.  In 2011, he dedicated his time, skills, and resources to Chris Cridge’s successful School Board election.  This year, he is determined to also run for School Board to fulfill his passion for excellence in education!

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