The roadmap is there to do it again. Falcone and his family have lived in Newtown Square for 20 years. He is an English teacher at South Philadelphia High School and was one of four Democrats who ran unsuccessfully last fall for a seat on the Marple Newtown School Board. In a statement to the party, Falcone stressed the importance of attending and reporting on township commissioner, supervisor and zoning board and Marple Newtown School Board meetings. He noted the need for an aggressive registration drive to reduce the numerical disparity between the parties, developing a platform for local government and communicating the party message through electronic and face to face contact. I am a Democrat for a reason and the Democratic Party in Marple Newtown needs to grow to find success at the poles, said Falcone. Democrats elect committee people in the year of the Pennsylvania governors race and the party competed its slate of officers by choosing Vice Chairpersons Dennis Glancy of Marple and Polly Bush of Newtown, Secretary Kathleen McGee and Treasurer Bruce Killen, both of Newtown. See Full Story The Marple Newtown Democratic Party has new leadership. After heading the party for the last 20 years, Tony Campisi stepped down last month as its chairperson. Claude Falcone was unanimously elected as his successor.
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