Curtis Gittelman is our Ward 1 Township Commissioner Candidate!
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A Life-Long Haverford Democrat
Curtis Gittelman has lived in Havertown his whole life. Curtis is honored and excited at the opportunity to join the Board of Commissioners and serve his neighbors in the First Ward.
Curtis Gets It
Haverford Township is fortunate to have a candidate with deep roots in this community who recognizes and appreciates the hard work of the departments which keep our town clean, safe, and thriving. Curtis is a proud supporter of public education and has seen the positive impact public education has had in our community. Curtis’s brother and step-father have both taught in the Haverford Township Middle School and like his family before him, Curtis is ready to make his mark on our township through his service on the Board of Commissioners.
Curtis Represents Our Community
Curtis’s passion for helping his local community inspired him to earn a degree in Political Science from Cabrini University.
Curtis currently works as a Constituent Services Advisor with Pennsylvania State Representative, David Delloso (D) and has seen firsthand the importance of local representatives being active and engaged in their community. While serving in this role during the height of the pandemic, Curtis walked constituents through the unemployment process, addressed their concerns about safety protocols, and directed them to vaccine providers.
Haverford Township Needs Curtis
Curtis pledges to bring his tireless dedication to others into his position as Commissioner and to use his communication skills to keep Havertown residents informed of all the happenings in the township.
Curtis supports the ambitious and forward-thinking plans of our Board of Commissioners and will ensure that this progress is realized in the First Ward.
As a gay, mixed-race candidate, Curtis is eager to transform the face of our government to be more representative of the diversity we have here in our community. He is proud to have always felt accepted by his peers in our community and recognizes that diversity in government fosters acceptance in the community. With your support, he’ll be here to support you as your next Commissioner.