The Ciresi campaign submitted more than double the required petition signatures from registered Democrats in the 146th House District to quality for the April 26th Primary Election ballot.
Needing at least 300 signatures, the campaign made a second drop in Harrisburg on Tuesday — bringing Ciresi’s tally to 647
“Without the support of our volunteers, who took time out of their busy schedules to knock on neighbors’ doors in the freezing cold, this would not be possible,” Joe Ciresi said.
Ciresi, 45, is running unopposed in the Democratic primary. He is the vice president of the Spring-Ford Area School Board.
“I enjoyed meeting voters going door-to-door and discussing the issues that are important to them, including taxes, education and new jobs in this area,” Ciresi said. “Our campaign will keep growing throughout this year, and I’m looking forward to fighting for this community.”