Washington elected this man to school board
Article says Washington Township voted him in, not the Washington Borough School system.
That still doesn’t beat the fact that people voted for a guy who died last month - Dennis Hof - for Assemlyman in Nevada.
Armstead was one of three candidates on the ballot for three open seats.
from the article
There are two separate school systems. They both have different Boards of Ed. and different voters. The township schools are Port Colden and Brass Castle. The Boro schools are Taylor Street and Memorial. Hope that clears up any confusion.
The point is WHAT kind of people vote in people like this?
Regarding Hof....if dead Democrats can vote, why can’t a dead republican win?
He should of won. He was one of 3 for 3 open seats. The shame should goto the people of Washington for not stepping up and running against him.
Thank you for not running. The only thing worse than a criminal on a school board is a person that doesn’t know “of” from “have”. It’s all about education after all. Just sayin’
and why bring this up after the election?
if you wanted public awarness then you should have posted prior to the election.
Very few people attend school board meetings and/or know what is going on with month to month school business … this is what happens :-(
Aren't all politicians criminals anyway? Heck some on here claim all public employees are criminals.
Hard to keep it all straight..
Hey they elected an indicted Republican in CA. Guess he was the best CA Republiman for the job :-)
"and why bring this up after the election?
if you wanted public awarness then you should have posted prior to the election."
Because the newspaper brought it up with their article stating he won which means t election day needed to come and go in order for them to print the story. I just posted the article....nothing more. Geez.....didn't know I wasn't supposed to.
I guess the only good republican they could find was a dead one. And you know dead Republicans voted for him - and Russians, lol
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