Monday, October 19, 2009

Election '09: Introducing David Tapley

David Tapley is the Republican Party's candidate for the Ward 2 seat on the Westbrook City Council.

Date of Birth
December 20, 1968

Westbrook, Maine

Wife, Pam
Daughters, Emma(3) and Addison(1)


Cardiovascular Technologist, Maine Medical Center

A.S. in Cardiovascular Technology, Southern Maine Community College, 1997
Currently a student at USM, pursuing a BSN in Nursing to become a Nurse Anesthetist

Professional Experience
12 years at Maine Medical Center

Political Experience
Roughly 3 years on the Recreation and Conservation Committee and the Parks, Recreation, and Open Spaces Planning Committee

Military Experience

Association Membership
Society of Invasive Cardiovascular Professionals

39 Dale Avenue

E-Mail Addresses

Phone Numbers

What is your favorite song?
Any Van Halen song.

Who are your favorite Maine politicians?
Olympia Snowe, Angus King, and Jock McKernan.

What is your favorite part of being a candidate?
Interacting with people and helping them.

What is your idea of perfect happiness?
When my daughters smile and laugh.

Who are your heroes in real life?
Anybody who faces adversity and comes out a better person.

What is your motto?
Dedicated to progress.

- John C.L. Morgan


james t said...

I have met Dave and have had some great conversations. If elected he will be a great breath of fresh air to the council. He is definitively not the same old same old, but rather has great ideas and passion for Westbrook.

Lynn M said...

"Anybody who faces adversity and comes out a better person." He's got my vote! We need people on this council who understands a lot of people have had adversity in life and if they can overcome that and try and improve their lives, their families and their future the City should be supporting them in the efforts and not trying to bring them down. Al and I have been through a lot in our life and we try to push people up and show them their full potential. We both have had pivotal people in our lives who pushed us up and out to overcome poverty and adversity and pushed us towards higher education and training, we have broken the cycle in our family hopefully for good. I already like his attitude 

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