Thursday, April 05, 2007

Vote Early, Vote Often

It's election time again for the Chestnut Hill Community Association and 24 candidates are vying for 12 open at-large director positions on the Chestnut Hill Community Association board in April's election.

On the way to the ballot box, let's play a little game. Remember last year's election? It was the culmination of an ugly six-month period. In the interest of hindsight, who among this year's hopefuls was on the ballot last year and with what party (if any) were they affiliated? The winner gets a free subscription to the Chestnut Hill Notebook.

Endorsements (for what they're worth) will be forthcoming.

Corrected version: The now 22 candidates as they will appear on the ballot:
Doug Knauer
Jonathan Sternberg
Edward Feldman
Edward Berg
Mark R. Sellers
J. Patrick Moran
Robert Rossman
Brad Bank
Jane M. Piotrowski
Joseph A. Pizzano
Elaine M. Aiello
Pam Rosser Thistle
Mark Keintz
Anne McNally
Kristina Sullivan
Mitchell W. Melton
Marianne Dwyer
Nancy H. Hutter
Paul B. Bolno
Jan LeSuer
A. Tolis Vardakis
George L. Spaeth

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