Kate Rokosz (sounds like “raucous” which is what she’ll create when she goes to help straighten up the mess in Dover) is hosting a fundraiser on August 5th at the Old Middletown Academy. The evite can be found here.
Some information on Kate from her website (which can be found here and is also where you can make a donation to her campaign):
Kate Rokosz, candidate for state representative, has been a resident of the district for 20 years as a small business owner, a devoted citizen, and a wife and mother.
She has seen firsthand the difficulties facing our education system. Kate believes in “raising the standards of education, rather than standardizing our students.” By providing districts with flexibility and support, they are best able to address the needs of their students. Kate is also committed to the cause of adult literacy, and believes that the community needs to support programs to improve adult education. Quality education will foster a stronger economy
As a former small business owner in Middletown, Kate has felt the frustrations of bureaucratic burdens on local entrepreneurs, as well as the pain of struggling to make ends meet. Kate is running for office in order to take action on issues important to all members of the community, creating jobs and lowering taxes.
Kate has been an organizer and fundraiser of the Big Ball softball charity tournament for twelve years. She helped to coordinate a September 11th memorial service in 2001, is a proud member of the Middletown-Odessa Rotary Club, and has been a Relay for Life participant. Kate’s an active member and a former youth group leader at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, and she serves on the Middletown Grant Committee. Kate is also an honorary member of the Volunteer Hose Company of Middletown. She has been a faithful and dedicated member of the community, and, with your support, will continue to serve it as its advocate in the Delaware House of Representatives.