Message from Dave Sluberski: The Rush Democratic Committee is pleased to announce their endorsement of three terrific candidates who are ready to serve the residents of Rush. Each candidate is highly qualified and will work vigorously for positive improvements in our town. They are united in their commitment to active participation, effective communication, and open government. They will keep you informed and engaged, and together we will revitalize and reenergize our community.
As you get to know our three candidates over the next few months, I’m sure that you will agree that each one will be an excellent, accessible, thoughtful and dependable leader for our town. You can read more about the candidates in the full posting here.
We welcome your involvement in the campaign and encourage your active participation. We invite you to distribute brochures, flyers, post yard signs, and sponsor neighborhood talks, as well as neighborhood canvassing. Please contact me or one of the candidates for more information and to volunteer.
Kathryn Hankins for Town Supervisor
2353 Pinnacle Rd.
Tel: 533-1154, cell: 355-8509
23 yrs. Rush Resident; Husband: Lee, 2 adult children; 3 grandchildren. U of R graduate;
30+ yrs. disability rights advocate; 25 yrs. nonprofit administrator; 20 yrs. Small Business Manager; Past Trustee of Rush Library; experience in town and land use policies, comprehensive and strategic plans. She wants to engage all residents in improving our community.
1829 Middle Road,
Tel: 533-2594, cell: 319-0206
18 yrs. Rush Resident; Wife: Meg Palmer, Daughter: Samantha, Son: Brendan; works at SEIU Local 200 United for past 3 ½ yrs.; Rural Metro Medical Services for 6 yrs.; past member of Rush Fire District and Rush Lions Club. He holds strong values and commitments to both family and community.
5639 East Henrietta,
Life long resident of Rush; grew up on Pleasant Drive where parents still live. Wife: Susan, Daughters: Emily and Megan, Son Charlie. 25 + yrs. as a remodeling contractor; BS in Business Management from SUNY Geneseo; Deputy Chairman Rush Conservation Board; Chairman Building and Grounds Committee St. Joseph’s Church. He looks forward to helping make Rush the active,vibrant community that he grew up in.
We are committed to improving our
Town of Rush including:
Make "Main Street Our Street". Let’s revitalize the Hamlet of Rush!
Open, responsive and engaging government with all residents. We want to improve and increase communication, and offer a higher comfort level in participating, and providing access to all town officials.
Make our town a family friendly place for all, including children and youth, families, and seniors.
Let’s be better prepared and poised for success where Business, Recreation, Town and Community activities are welcome and can all come together. (E.g. Transportation Museum, Farmers Market, BOCES property, increasing future opportunities.)