Shapiro and Arkoosh are running as a team to serve another four years. Overall, we believe the Democrats have done an excellent job, and voters have every reason to re-elect them.
Bridges in New Hanover, West Pottsgrove, Towamencin, Douglass, Lower Salford and Lower Merion townships will be replaced.
Watch this video about why Val is working hard to move Montgomery County forward:
When Democrats took office back in 2012, Montgomery County faced a fiscal crisis — there wasn’t even enough money in the bank to make payroll.
On Friday, Josh and Val cut the ribbon on a brand-new, 2.7 mile extension to the Pennypack Trail. They’ve doubled investment in county parks and are adding 10 miles of new trail across the county.
Thanks to fiscally responsible leadership from Commissioners Josh Shapiro and Val Arkoosh, Montgomery County is preventing layoffs and supporting crucial human services despite no budget from Harrisburg.