I am happy to endorse Colette Moorman for Municipal Court Judge and John McManus and Robert Walker for seats on the Dayton School Board.
Colette Moorman is the most prepared and experienced candidate running for a seat on the Dayton Municipal Court. Colette has spent the past ten years serving as a Magistrate for the court. There she has developed a reputation for fairness while presiding over thousands of civil, traffic and criminal cases. A long time Dayton resident, Colette has the support of both defense attorneys, prosecutors and the Dayton Fraternal Order of Police.
Dr. Robert Walker is no stranger to community service, he headed the United Theological Seminary and the Wesley Community Center, before running for a term on the Dayton School Board. Dr. Walker is committed to opportunity and achievement for all Dayton students. He supports the City of Learners Initiative, serving as co-Chair of the Mentoring Committee.
John McManus will bring a wealth of public sector experience to the Dayton School Board. He has worked on legislative policies, regulatory enforcement and public administration, and is currently Executive Director of the Sunlight Project, a charitable organization working to help the elderly and disabled. John’s fresh, urgent voice will help us continue improving our schools and develop the next generation of learners.
Early voting is now happening downtown at the Montgomery County Board of Elections, 451 West Third Street in Dayton. Early voting is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM. They will stay open until 7 PM during the last week of early voting and have weekend voting from 8 AM to 4 PM on October 31, 1 PM to 5 PM on November 1, and 8 AM to 2 PM on November 2nd. November 3rd is election day. Please join me in supporting these excellent candidates.
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