2017 galloway council candidates
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Democratic Candidates for Council Offer Competent New Leadership
Promise to put Galloway’s best interests over their own
Galloway, NJ – Monday, April 3, 2017 – Former Councilman Jim Gorman, Go Green Galloway’s chairperson and local businesswoman Mary Crawford, Stockton University Internet Technology Manager Walead Abdrabouh, and Galloway Teacher of the Year Frank Santo announced their team candidacy for Galloway Township Council.
“Together,” said Jim Gorman, “Galloway will have a council that is responsive to the needs of the people, not of themselves. Governmental service is a civic responsibility not a personal opportunity.”
With an MBA in corporate finance, and as past president of Galloway’s Business Association, Mary Crawford is especially concerned with development in Galloway Township. “Economic growth does not need to come at the expense of our quality of life. Opportunities for positive enhancements have been missed or ignored.”
Working efficiently and responsively is a hallmark of Walead Abdrabouh who is Stockton University’s Director of Information Systems and Business Intelligence. “Efficiency is only part of the equation” said Abdrabouh, “making our local government open and receptive to the needs of our citizens will be one of my top priorities.”
Galloway’s 2015 Teacher of the Year at Reeds Road, Frank Santo, has established himself as a natural community leader and mentor to children and adults alike. “As a teacher, I see families working to make ends meet. Times are tough and Galloway’s government should play a more proactive role in helping families connect with available public and private resources.”
As a team, we will hold ourselves to the highest standards of openness and integrity while promoting the best in our community.
2017 Democratic Candidates for Galloway Council
Walead Abdrabouh, Mary Crawford, Jim Gorman, Frank Santo