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Dan Skinner

Unpublished

Postal Customer Council Board,

Election Date: July 15, 2009

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Joel Bandy

Unpublished

Postal Customer Council Board,

Election Date: November 14, 2009
Appointed July 2009.

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Michael Gilson De Lemos

Unpublished

Home School Board for Portfolio Review,

Election Date: November 14, 2009
Appointed July 2009.

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Ann Kovalyak

Unpublished

Home School Board for Portfolio Review,

Election Date: November 14, 2009
Appointed July 2009.

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Kurt Perron

Unpublished

Secretary Tribal Leader,

Election Date: June 25, 2009

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Greg Rohde

Unpublished

Beaverton School Committee, Elmonica Elementary, Position 1,

Election Date: May 1, 2009
Term: 2 years
Non-Partisan Office

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Marc Delphine

Unpublished

Mountain View Middle School Local School Committee, Position 1,

Election Date: May 1, 2009
Term: 2 years
Non-Partisan Office

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Bruce S. Gosling

Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees,

Election Date: May 31, 2009

Location

MI

About the Candidate: 

Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees
(Two elected to six-year terms)

David Allen: 2,100
Bruce S. Gosling: 1,931 (re-elected)
James D. Moshier: 1,914

Ed Coleman

Unpublished

Indianapolis City-County Council,

Election Date: November 1, 2007
Term: 4 years
Partisan Office:

Location

IN

About the Candidate: 

Ed Coleman is an American politician from Indianapolis, Indiana. He was first elected as an Indianapolis City-County Council member at-large on November 6, 2007, finishing 4th overall in at-large voting (11%). On February 17, Indianapolis city councilmember Edward Coleman publicly announced that he had left the Republican Party and joined the Libertarian Party [1]GOP councilman goes Libertarian from Indianapolis Star. Coleman is now arguably the highest ranking Libertarian in public office.

Coleman was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana and is a graduate of Warren Central High School (Indiana). He graduated from the Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana in 2006 with a degree in Nursing. Coleman served in the United States Navy from 1995-1998 where he served as a member of the HS-4 helicopter squadron. While with HS-4 he served on the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) and USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72). He then served as a member of the Indiana National Guard from 1999-2006 in the 38th Infantry Division (United States) HHC/MMC Discom.

Robert Stephens

Springfield Mayor,

Election Date: April 2, 2013
Term: 4 years
Non-Partisan Office

Location

MO

About the Candidate: 

Robert Stephens was born and raised in Springfield—having attended school at Campbell Elementary, Jarrett Junior High, and Parkview High School. He also graduated from Southwest Missouri State College (the final graduating class of SMS College before it became SMS University!) He brings a strong background in management and volunteerism to the campaign for a seat on Springfield’s City Council.

Professional Background: Bob’s resume consists of 25 years of human resource management (16 years at 3M as well as ten years in the electronics field.) He also has been the owner of a successful small business (A Perfect Fit Alteration Shop), which he sold at a profit. His background in HR taught him to listen to all sides of an issue before deciding on the fairest and most equitable solution. This willingness to listen to opposing viewpoints will be invaluable as City Council tackles some of the major issues facing Springfield in the next four years.

Volunteer Positions: Bob has always felt that Springfield is a great place to live and that we all have an obligation to make it better. He has long been involved in volunteer positions—most of them involving Board service.

In the past, he has served on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Ozarks, the Springfield Family Y, and the Board for Camp Fire Boys and Girls. Most of his volunteer positions have dealt with enhancing the quality of life for Springfield’s young people.

In addition, his municipal government experience includes two terms on the Springfield Art Museum Board, including one year as Chair during a major building renovation project. He also completed an unexpired term on the Springfield Personnel Board because of his background as  an HR professional. These two positions have given him a working knowledge of how our municipal government operates.

Family: Bob and Cindy have been married for 14 years. She is an administrator in Workforce Development at OTC. Bob is dad to two daughters: Alicia is married, lives in Denver, and is a certified Physician’s Assistant with an Master’s Degree from St. Louis University. She assists with spinal surgeries and was recently selected to be Denver Nuggets cheerleader for 2008-2009. Rebecca graduated from MU with a double major in International Business and Accounting. She works as a Financial Analyst in Kansas City and she and Jason have presented Bob and Cindy with their first grandchild. The Stephens household is also ruled by a somewhat rotund cat named Tristan.

Education: In addition to his degree from SMS, Bob also holds a Master’s degree in Communication from Drury University and a Specialist Degree in Technical Communication from California State University. He has taught courses in HR Management at Phillips Junior College and a number of Communications courses at Drury University. Also, he has conducted numerous workshops and training sessions based on his background in management and human resources.

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