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Rocco J. Polidoro

Post Commander

Springfield American Legion

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Springfield American Legion

Background Information

Employment History

Sheriff, Sheriff

Delaware County


Commander

American Legion Post


Affiliations

Springfield Independent Republican Team

Founder


Education

Bachelors degree

economics

Temple University


economics degree

Temple University


Web References(29 Total References)


http://www.delcotimes.com/articles/2013/02/26/news/doc512c2a258e0f2301298935.txt

Democrats endorsed Rocco Polidoro, a U.S. Army veteran who runs Nationwide Insurance Agency in Springfield, for sheriff.
Polidoro, who is also post commander of the Springfield American Legion, said he'd like to concentrate on making the Upper Darby and Chester communities safer.


Academy of Notre Dame: Tribute to Mrs. Suppa

Mr. Lentz was introduced by Rocco Polidoro, Post Commander of the Springfield American Legion.


http://www.delcotimes.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18276591&BRD=1675&PAG=461&dept_id=18171&rfi=6

> ROCCO POLIDORO Polidoro, 54, was a Republican for years, but said he spent that time battling the "Springfield Republican machine" and had no qualms about switching to the Democratic Party a few months ago. "I always believed in the two-party system, and we never had that in Delaware County," Polidoro said.Click Here!> > The battle against the machine was of the uphill variety, and Polidoro has lost four elections in the fight.He has succeeded in raising Republican hackles along the way, though, and has drawn some colorful criticism from Springfield Republican heavyweight Charlie Sexton.Some of those comments came after Polidoro announced he had asked Democrat Joe Sestak, a former Navy admiral, to lead Springfield's Memorial Day parade last year while the Democrat was battling Republican Curt Weldon for the 7th Congressional District.Polidoro, a proud thorn in the side of the Springfield GOP for years, was able to make the call because of his position as commander of the Springfield American Legion.The non-political group caused quite a stir when it announced the Democratic candidate would be the grand marshal of the parade. Polidoro founded the Springfield Independent Republican Team, or SPIRIT, to challenge Sexton's influence in the township.The group was not a success when it came to elections, and Polidoro registered as a Democrat a few months ago.He has secured the top ballot spot and is running a campaign focused on over-spending by the county.Comparing Delaware County to Montgomery and Bucks counties, Polidoro said he can prove a ridiculous amount of overspending and cut the budget by $100 million.Polidoro blames the Republican Party for handing out jobs and no-bid contracts to its friends and allies.He said he will call for independent audits of the county, prohibit county employees from working in political jobs, eliminate no-bid contracts and adjust the high salaries of "over-paid department heads."Polidoro also said he will fight to preserve open space, something he has personally battled for in his own township for eight years.Polidoro previously ran as a write-in candidate for Springfield commissioner in 1999, and lost a bid for Springfield Republican committeeman in 2000.He lost a bid for the Republican state committee in 2002, and lost his second campaign for Springfield commissioner in 2003.Polidoro has been married for 34 years, has four children and two grandchildren.He earned an economics degree from Temple University.


http://www.delcotimes.com/lifestyle/20140522/what-to-do-in-delaware-county-this-memorial-day-honor-those-who-made-the-ultimate-sacrifice

Legion Post Commander Rocco Polidoro welcomes any person in uniform to march in the parade and help honor the McHugh family.
Uniform personnel includes all active-duty military, veterans, reservists, National Guard, police, fire, ambulance and all Scouts. The Memorial Day parade will start in Veterans Memorial Park at 10 a.m., and finish up at the township building, 50 Powell Road. For more information, please call Commander Polidoro at 610-544-8900.


Campaign News | Nancy A. Walker for Judge - Court of Common Pleas

Pictured left to Right are Candidates Steven Chanenson (Court of Common Pleas), Bill Clinton (County Council), Frank Daly (Register of Wills), Patricia "Pat" Worrell (County Council), Nancy A. Walker (Court of Common Pleas), David Boonin (Controller), Rocco Polidoro (Sheriff).


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