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Meet Your Candidates


Joe Kilduff



Plymouth has always been the place I've called home. I grew up here, went to school here, played sports here, coached here and now have started a family here. I love this community and want to see Plymouth fulfill its potential. I want this small town to continue to be a great place to live, work and raise a family. As my daughter grows up, I want her to be proud to call this home. I imagine a Plymouth that becomes the kind of community where more people grow up and want to stay, plant roots, raise their families or even start a business.

As much as I love this town, I also know it needs work. There are plenty of obstacles I plan on tackling as soon as I take office, like:

  • Promoting economic growth by trying to bring in new businesses in an effort to expand our tax base so we can ease the financial burden on our property owners. 

  • Working diligently to improve the condition of our roads. No one likes pot holes or cracking pavement. I'm well aware that many of our streets need to be redone.

  • Continuing to clean up or remove blighted buildings and rundown properties to enhance the look of our downtown and neighborhoods.

  • Ensuring that our police department has adequate facilities and is brought to the 21st century - making their jobs easier and more importantly, our community and their lives safer. 

  • Seeking grant money and funding to upgrade our athletic fields and make them not just playable, but places where we're proud to welcome others as the home team.


While these are some of the issues I plan to try and solve, I know that none of them can be done alone (or in one term). But I'm looking to do all I can with the time I'm given, keeping my eyes forward and my mind set on a promising vision for Plymouth's future. 




Board of Education



Board of Assessment Appeals

Ron Wollenberg

Town Treasurer

David Mischke


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Christine Ciarmella
George Castle
Rich Pinkerton

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