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Whitpain’s Democratic Candidates

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Kimberly Koch, Jeff Campolongo, & Joyce Keller are a progressive team dedicated to fostering community relations for Whitpain residents and businesses through fiscal responsibility, accountability, and transparency.

 

meet the team

 
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Kimberly Koch,
township supervisor candidate

Kimberly is running for Supervisor because she is deeply committed to this community and wants to bring civility and progressive values to our local government. Kimberly is committed to standing up for today’s Whitpain families and protecting the open-space everyone enjoys. It is her hope to model for her children that everyone can make a difference and that good citizens need to be active participants. Kimberly was elected as Whitpain Township Auditor in 2017, and she has been serving as chair of that board since she took office in January 2018.

 
 
 
 
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Jeff Campolongo,
township supervisor candidate

Jeff has a passion for community service and wants to bring his integrity and progressive values to the Board of Supervisors. Jeff is best known in the legal community as being a fierce advocate for his clients, emerging as one of the region’s premier employment and entertainment lawyers. He lives in the Blue Bell Country Club where he has served on the Board of Directors of the Community Association. Jeff was elected to the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Board of Governors and is also a current, active board member of the Women Presidents’ Educational Organization which certifies women owned businesses.

 
 
 
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Joyce Keller,
township auditor candidate

Joyce is running for Auditor because she understands the importance of giving back to her community. She believes we need public officials that are objective, hard working, and who see diversity as a stepping stone not a stumbling block. Joyce has volunteered within our community for 10 years, including serving as co-president of the Home & School Association at the Wissahickon Middle School for the past two years. She was elected to the Wissahickon Democratic Committee in 2018 and is ready to extend her service to the entire township.