Your vote matters: Bell for Chester County Sheriff
Municipal elections affect our lives every day.
James Bell received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, and also was a member of the Graduation Class 113 at the FBI National Academy. He spent 8 years in the US Air Force and 38 years in various police departments, beginning in West Chester PA. After retiring from the West Chester police, he served at Valley Township and was Director of Public Safety at Cheyney University; in 2012 he spent 5 months as interim Chief of Police in Coatesville. Presently Mr Bell is a substitute teacher.
James Bell, candidate for Chester County sheriff, has accepted the invitation of East Whiteland/Charlestown Democrats to speak at our August meeting on Monday August 3rd, 7 PM, at the East Whiteland Township Building, 209 Conestoga Road, Malvern. The first half hour of this meeting will be open to anyone in the county who would like to attend and learn more about James. (The second half hour will be devoted to zone business.) It is quite heartening to have opportunity to vote for a candidate with extensive law enforcement experience and one who emphasizes the importance of focusing on our youth.
Please come out and meet James Bell. For information on judges and other county candidates go to ChescoDems.org. To learn more about Sue Drummond, candidate for East Whiteland supervisor, go to www.Sue4Supervisor.com.