CANDIDATES


TRUMBULL COMMISSIONER (1/3/17 term)

* denotes incumbent.

DEMOCRAT — DANIEL POLIVKA*

Age: 53

Address: 160 Country Club Drive SE, Warren.

Employment: County commissioner.

Education: Howland High School.

Family: Children, Jared and Danielle.

Priority: Fiscal responsibility – no additional taxes.

REPUBLICAN — MARY WILLIAMS

Age: 55

Address: 118 Heritage Lane, Cortland.

Employment: Lakeview schools and Trumbull Career and Technical Center board member, former tax adviser and regional marketing adviser for H&R Block.

Education: Southington Chalker High School graduate; attended Kent State University at Trumbull.

Family: Son and daughter.

Priority: I will, through my experience in education and business, encourage our communities and citizens to engage in programs that provide mentorships, guidance and education.

WRITE-IN — TODD JOHNSON

Age: 34

Address: 2927 Williamsburg St. NW, Warren.

Employment: Pastor, Second Baptist Church of Warren.

Education: Warren G. Harding High School; bachelor’s degree, Geneva College.

Family: Wife, Shameika; three children.

Priority: Advance economic opportunities for all county residents through fair and modern county hiring procedures, commitment to professional and nonpartisan public service, and 21st-century business development and marketing for the next generation of workers and leaders.

TRUMBULL COMMISSIONER (1/2/17 term)

DEMOCRAT — MAURO CANTALAMESSA*

Age: 39

Address: 391 Broadway Ave., Warren.

Employment: County commissioner, Enzo’s Restaurant owner.

Education: John F. Kennedy High School; bachelor’s degree, John Carroll University; teaching certificate, Youngstown State University.

Family: Wife, Lindsay; son Benito.

Priority: Infrastructure improvement, health and safety.

REPUBLICAN — JAMES PRIESTER

Age: 65

Address: 309 S. Main Street, Hubbard.

Employment: Part-time fuel attendant, Truck World, Hubbard.

Education: Girard High School, attended Youngstown State University.

Family: Three children.

Priority: Economic development in entire county, listening to and attempting to solve citizens’ concerns.

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