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Bob Collet Looking to Keep Baldwin Borough Council Seat

The incumbent has been a Baldwin resident since 1976.

No Republicans are on the ballot for Baldwin Borough Council seats during May 21's primary election, but seven Democrats are running for four council seats, including Bob Collet.

Name on Ballot: Robert Collet

Age on May 21: 67 years old

Incumbent? Yes or No?: Yes.

Primary Political Party: Democrats

Occupation: Retired.

Work History/Previous Political History: Former grocery store owner (Shop 'n Save) and United Dairy employee. Four-year Baldwin Borough councilman and 16 years of service on the borough's Civil Service Commission, including 12 years as Civil Service Chair.

Post-Secondary (College, Trade School, et al.) Education History: Villanova University, 1968

Why Do You Want a Spot on the Baldwin Borough Council?: "To finish tasks that were started the past four years."

What Are the Two or Three Issues Facing Baldwin Borough That You Care the Most About and Plan to Address?: "Reaching an acceptable level for our road program ($1,200,000); keeping our police department fully staffed. Both issues will ensure the safety of the public."

Are You Married? Do You Have Children? If So, How Many?: "Married. Two children, Robin and April. Moved to Baldwin in 1976 and known as 'Griswold' of Baldwin for 20 years."

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