S. RI Twp: Chuck Mumma


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Originally Posted Online: April 08, 2013, 9:51 pm
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NAME: Chuck Mumma
AGE:57
ADDRESS: Rock Island
OCCUPATION:Employed by Cummins Central Power LLC.
FAMILY:Wife, Debbie; five children; three stepchildren, nine grandchildren with one on the way
EDUCATION:High school
POLITICAL PARTY:Republican
OFFICE SOUGHT:South Rock Island Township trustee
PRIOR OFFICE:None
WHY RUNNING:I am running for this position so I can give back to my community by helping our senior citizens and our youth.
COMMENT:As a trustee I would work to keep a balanced budget and and still keep the level of assistance to our citizens at its best, by working together with the other board members to find ways to cut spending and improve the services that are provided through the township.I am a life-long resident of Rock Island and have been an active volunteer in youth sports programs over several years.

















 



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