The Delaware County Democratic Committee has released it's slate of candidates. This may or may not be a complete list for county-wide office.
As your eyes drop to the list, be aware that their Bill Clinton is not the Bill Clinton you are thinking of.
Bill Clinton, candidate for County Council, is currently the twice-elected member of Upper Providence Township Council and is a faculty member at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he teaches in the organizational development and leadership master’s degree program.
Patricia Worrell, candidate for County Council is a businessperson in Chester has been active in disciplines such as finance analysis, credit and collections, business-to-business collections and human resources. Currently, Worrell is both a business owner and a real estate broker
Frank Daly, candidate for register of wills, served as Mayor of Media for ten years as well President of Borough Council. Daly has a law degree from the Dickinson School of Law. He also has a graduate law degree in taxation from Temple University. He has vast experience in wills, trusts and estates.
Rocco Polidoro, candidate for Sheriff, owns a Nationwide Insurance Agency in Springfield and is the Commander of Springfield’s American Legion Post. He is a decorated veteran, including service in Germany during the Cold War. He earned a Bachelors degree in economics from Temple University.
David Boonin, candidate for County Controller, has performed financial analysis for local, state and federal governments, saving utility customers over a billion dollars. He runs his own economic and financial consulting business. He received his Masters and Bachelor of Science degrees in economics form Brown University and the Wharton school at the University of Pennsylvania.
Nancy A. Walker, candidate for Common Pleas Judge, has her law office in Media, and practices in the areas of labor, employment and special education law. Walker has been a volunteer child advocate for fifteen years and has served on the boards of professional and nonprofit organizations in the community. She interned for a federal judge and served as an executive editor on the University of Pittsburgh Law Review while in law school at that University.
Steven Chanenson, candidate for Common Pleas Judge, is a professor at Villanova Law School and the chair of Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing. He clerked for two US Supreme Court Justices and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (B.A. in economics and M.S. in criminology). Chanenson also received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was a Comment Editor of the University of Chicago Law Review.