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4 on ballot for Webster advisory board

4 on ballot for Webster advisory board
4 on ballot for Webster advisory board
Daniel T. McPhillips Democrat

The three incumbents on the Webster Township advisory board — Republican Oren Chumley and Democrats Steve Bachman and Danny McPhillips — are seeking another term. Joining them on the ballot is Republican Joey Rosbottom. The three advisory board candidates with the most votes, regardless of party affiliation, will serve a four-year term. Below are Chumley and McPhillips responses to a questionnaire from this newspaper. Bachman and Rosbottom did not respond.
Name and residency: Daniel T. McPhillips
Age: 59
Family: Wife, Melissa McPhillips
Education: CCHS
Occupation: Owner of McPhillips Trucking Inc.
Political experience: Incumbent Webster Township Advisory Board
Contact information for voters: 812-596-0199
Why are you seeking the office (in 100 words or less)? Experience in helping our trustee make decisions to best serve Webster Township residents.
If elected, what will you do to serve the people of Webster Township (in 150 words or less)? Helping the trustee make informed decisions.
Name and residency: Oren L. Chumley, Corydon
Age: 76
Family: Wife, Edith Sharon Chumley
Education: High school graduate, 1960; several individual courses
Occupation: Retired
Political experience: Have been on Webster Township Advisory Board for several years
Contact information for voters: 812-968-3701 or 812-736-9859
Why are you seeking the office (in 100 words or less)? I believe that the best form of government starts at the local level. The further away from the township level, the less control you have over what happens in your township.
If elected, what will you do to serve the people of Webster Township (in 150 words or less)? I plan to do a better job of keeping up with what’s happening in Webster Township. I am willing to listen to anyone who has some issue. I would like to see more information concerning issues within the township. I am always willing to listen to constructive criticism in hopes of being able to attempt to solve problems. I would like to see more open township meetings to discuss issues publicly.

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