As a husband and father of three boys in Hampden Township, I am deeply committed to the future of our communities in Cumberland County. As a leader in business, Boy Scouts, and my church I’ve found rewarding ways to give back. I am running for Prothonotary to ensure the office is run impartially and independent of general fund taxes, and that’s a pledge I plan to fulfill if elected.
I earned a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education and Master’s in Human Resources & Employment Relations from Penn State University. My education is just one aspect of my preparedness to lead in our courthouse on day one.
As a Senior Director at the Pennsylvania Treasury, I oversaw the accurate collection of unclaimed property from banks, returning over $120 million a year to rightful owners. I used my education and experience to ensure compliance with the law and our Constitution. My management team and I operated three offices with 80 employees across Pennsylvania.
I have demonstrated an ability to rise above political games and partisanship to solve problems and deliver the best for taxpayers. I have a record of fiscal responsibility. I have implemented creative strategies to improve customer service.
Those are the same approaches I would take as Chief Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas civil proceedings.
Our democracy works best when we cast our votes for the person right for the job, not political parties. I am the only candidate that has balanced budgets, implemented policy, and managed staff in an office of public trust.
I will work hard, be fair, and lead with integrity so our Prothonotary Office can be the most efficient and best operated of any county office. That is my pledge to you, and it why I ask for your vote this Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Michael Fedor is a candidate for Cumberland County Prothonotary.