STEVE SIMONSON, Candidate for UCFSD School Director (Region B)

Steve Simonson has represented Region B on the UCFSD School Board since 2013. He and his wife, Ruth, have lived in the district since 1996. Both of their sons attended our schools, participated in extracurricular programs, and graduated from Unionville High School. Steve is a pulmonary and critical care physician who practiced medicine before moving to the pharmaceutical industry.

Education is important to Steve, so when there was an opening, he ran for School Board to support this great school system. During his time on the Board, Steve has chaired the Legislative, Policy, and Personnel Committees and served on the Negotiation Committee. He has been Vice President of the Board since 2017. Steve works collaboratively with other Board members as they address issues, discuss them honestly, and reach decisions.

The Unionville Chadds Ford School District schools serve children and our community exceptionally well. This is the result of the hard work of proven administrators, excellent faculty and staff, high parental engagement, and great students. The positive climate and culture evident in each of our schools is highly rated by students, parents, and staff.
Steve’s priorities on the Board include

  • ensuring we maintain the exceptional quality of this school system moving forward,
  • providing the best possible school environment for learning, growth, and safety,
  • continuing to attract and retain superb teachers, administrators, and staff,
  • while being fiscally prudent and making wise use of our tax dollars.

 

AMBER BULLER, Candidate for Judge of Election

Amber Buller is running for Judge of Elections for Newlin Township.  Born and raised in Pennsylvania, she decided to run for the office of Judge of Elections to be part of a fair election process for Newlin Township; voting that is open, accessible, organized, and well-run is of great importance to her.  As part of a “purple” household  – one democrat, one republican –  it is her commitment to our Township, Commonwealth,  and country, as well as civic discourse, that motivates her candidacy.

 

JENNY CASSIDY, Candidate for Inspector of Election

Jennifer (Jenny) Cassidy is running for Inspector of Elections for Newlin Township. A long-time resident of Newlin Township, she decided to run for the position of Inspector of Elections to be part of a fair and honest election process. She understands the importance of integrity in voting and wishes to ensure that transparency and fairness are represented at  our local polling place.