I never would have imagined someone referring to me as an activist. But, it happened. In the Post Gazette article below.

A parent activist who has served as a watchdog during the past year has tossed his hat into the ring for a seat on the Baldwin-Whitehall school board.Read more http://earlyreturns.post-gazette.com/home/early-returns-posts/6467-baldwin-whitehall-activist-to-seek-seat-on-board

The campaign is over and I won the primary, so my name will be on the ballot in the general election for school board. This has been a very unique experience for me, I have learned a lot over the past few months. I started this because I felt something was wrong. My motivation has stayed strong as I have observed what was going on and from my dicussions with others in the community. I joined with a team of respected and like minded people for form our ticket of Lets Rebuild BW. Each one of us will now be on the ballot in the general election.

I am so honored that the community contributed to the campaign making this campaign a public movement, in my opinion. That just touched me more than I can express. To think that so many people reached into their pockets to help make this campaign a reality is just surreal.

The cake my dad had for me after the primary election.

Now, I have to wait for the general election. As I wait I will continue to attend and monitor the meetings.