Friday, May 17, 2013
The 19-year-old Rambo is a recent Baldwin High School grad.
Thirteen candidates are vying for four seats on the Baldwin-Whitehall School Board during May 21's primary election, including Elliot Rambo. Name on Ballot: Elliot Rambo Age on May 21: 19 years old Incumbent? Yes or No?: No. Are You Cross-Filed as a Republican and a Democrat?: Yes. Primary Political Party: Democrats Occupation: Student Municipality of Residence: Baldwin Borough Work History/Previous Political History: "Former legislative intern with 22nd District of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives under state Rep. Martin Schmotzer; previously employed by Salvatore's Catering." Post-Secondary (College, Trade School, et al.) Education History: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, concentration in Finance, from Robert …
Monday, May 13, 2013
Tell us which candidates you're backing in the May 21 primary.
Four seats, each for a four-year term, are on the ballot for Baldwin-Whitehall School Board. All candidates cross-filed as Republicans and Democrats for the primary election, which will be held on May 21. So, who are you voting for? And why? Tell your neighbors in the comments section below who the most qualified people are. The following candidates will appear on the ballot: School Board Candidates Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The former Baldwin-Whitehall School Board member will soon be replaced in the state Legislature by Erin Molchany.
State Rep. Martin Michael Schmotzer gave a farewell speech in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Tuesday as his term representing the 22nd Legislative District comes to a close on Nov. 30. "I want to thank my dedicated staff back in Pittsburgh: former chief of staff Janine Palmer, current chief of staff Ryan Buzzelli, legislative assistants Ray Rosing and Melvin Pollard and former intern Elliot Rambo," said Schmotzer, a Democrat from Whitehall Borough whose district includes part of Whitehall and all of Baldwin Township. "Their efforts in constituent service made a difference in people's lives." "I want to thank Speaker (Sam) Smith, Majority Leader (Mike) Turzai and the Republican members for their service and spirited debates. "…
Thursday, April 19, 2012
A vote for Baldwin through April 28 could bring $500 to the seniors.
Baldwin High School's senior class President Elliot Rambo is asking for your help in "rocking" his class' prom. Century III Mall in nearby West Mifflin Borough will award $500 for Baldwin High's prom this year if Baldwin can rack up the most votes in Century III's "Rock Your Prom" Facebook contest. Anyone with a Facebook account can vote for Baldwin by visting the Century III Facebook page from now until April 28 and clicking on "Rock Your Prom." And if you don't have a Facebook account, you can create one for free by clicking here. There is no cost to enter, but only one vote is allowed per computer. Rambo is urging supporters to not only vote but also to spread the word to help Baldwin's Class of 2012 have an unforgettable prom. "I …