Republican Debbie Driskell has served as the trustee for Delaware Township in Fishers for 28 years and is seeking another term in the Nov. 6 election.
“My No. 1 goal has always been to serve residents with the utmost integrity and success. I hope to continue to be your Delaware Township Trustee for many years to come,” Driskell said.
In 1992, Driscoll opened the township’s first food pantry, and the Government and Community Center on 131st Street was built under her leadership. And Delaware Township was recently named 2018 Township of the Year by the Indiana Township Association. The Indiana Township Association named Driskell as Trustee of the Year in 2004.
If re-elected, Driskell said she has a three-point plan for her next four years in office. Points include keeping up with technology demands; creating a plan to address challenges associated with the Nickel Plate Trail, which will run alongside the government center; and growing the No More Secrets Campaign, which raises awareness for sexual abuse in children and provides training to adults who work closely with children.
City of Fishers Deputy Mayor Leah McGrath supports Driskell’s campaign.
“Debbie is one of the most dedicated individuals I know in serving her community,” McGrath said. “She is constantly looking for new ways to bring people together and to help those in most need. Delaware Township is lucky to have had Debbie leading as trustee, and I look forward to her continued leadership for Fishers.”
Driskell is opposed by democrat Dan Greenhalgh.
For more on Driskell’s campaign, visit facebook.com/Re-elect-Debbie-Driskell-Trustee-of-Delaware-Township-141584312593031/.