Fisher and Mack for Newtown Supervisor
Honesty, Integrity, Experience


Dennis Fisher & John Mack

John Mack and Dennis Fisher, both incumbents on the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors, ran unopposed in the May 21, 2019, Democratic Party primary for the only two upcoming openings on the township’s governing body. The general election will be held on November 5.

Mack won a two-year seat in the 2017 election drawing the most votes among all candidates running for three open positions on the board. Fisher was appointed to the board in July 2018 to fill the remaining term of Democrat Jen Dix who moved with her family to New Hampshire.


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Endosed by Newtown Democrats

“We’re very fortunate to have two highly capable and dedicated candidates who have already proven themselves on the Board of Supervisors as advocates for responsible government,” said George Skladany, chairperson of the Newtown Democrats. “The municipal election this fall will be about who has the best long-range interests of the township and its residents in mind.”