Our Local Candidates
T/E School Board Region 3
Rachel Kill is a mother of two young children in the T/E school district. She is passionate about helping strengthen our community and working with the school administration to increase transparency and communication among parents.
Rachel works full time as a Senior Underwriting Specialist for Contract Surety and has 16 years of experience as a financial and credit underwriter.
As a founding member of her company’s Diversity, Equity and inclusion council Rachel hopes to help integrate these important topics into the culture of our schools.
T/E School Board Region 3
Bill Nolan is a retired Cost Price Analyst, having worked for the Department of Defense for 39 years. Bill has extensive experience in financial analysis, contracting, and fiscal policy in government.
Bill is also a veteran, having served 28 years through active duty and reserve. Bill served in Vietnam, and is a recipient of the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and other commendations. He retired as Sergeant First Class.
Bill is a father of two children and six grandchildren. He has served on parental boards for elementary and high schools, and actively participated in fund raising activities for these schools. Bill is committed to represent and advocate for both students and parents, and to upholding the public trust as he has done his whole life.
Easttown Twp. Board of Supervisors
Jay Jennings has been a resident of Easttown township for 21 years, along with his wife, Tricia, and their three children. He is a career educator, as a middle and high school math teacher, and coach at The Shipley School (24 years) and currently at The Episcopal Academy.
Jay's initial involvement in Easttown Township began in 2014 and surrounded the plans for the Devon Yard proposal. His family lives close to The Devon Horse Show and his hope was to develop the Waterloo Gardens Property while preserving the character of the neighborhood. He regularly attended meetings of the Board of Supervisors, the Planning Commission and the Zoning Board over the last six years. In 2019, Jay was appointed to the Devon Center Task Force where he considered possible zoning changes to the area around the Horse Show.
Jay also volunteers in the community by coaching in the Tredyffrin-Easttown Youth Soccer Association, Devon Strafford Little League, and Paoli Wildcats. He also served on the Boards of St. David’s Nursery School and Devon Strafford Little League.
Judge Tom Tartaglio
Magisterial District Judge 15-1-02
Judge Tom Tartaglio is running for re-election. He has 12 years of experience as a magisterial district judge, and 12 years of experience before that as a police officer in Tredyffrin Township.
Judge Tartaglio's lifetime of service demonstrates his deep commitment to our community, and his qualifications for re-election to his office. He has earned the respect and trust of his colleagues and community. You can learn about Judge Tartaglio using the Facebook and website link below.
Judge Tartaglio is a 50-year resident of Chester County who has lived his entire life within his Magisterial District. His local education helped form the foundation of his character and has led to lifelong friendships in the community. He started his education at St. Monica's parish grade school and progressed through the T/E school district until graduation from Conestoga High School. He is now a proud parent of two current CHS students.
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Easttown Board of Supervisors
Dr. Jim McGuire
Easttown Board of Auditors
Easttown Tax Collector