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
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."