Alumni Watchdog Group Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship Backs Lubrano, McCombie and Tribeck
March 2, 2015 —- Two current reform-minded trustees and one newcomer with an interest in the legal implications of the Freeh Report will be the only names on Penn State’s alumni trustee ballot this year. Today, Trustee Anthony Lubrano drew ballot position #1, Trustee Ryan McCombie drew ballot position #3, and Robert Tribeck drew ballot position #2 as the candidates readied themselves for an election season that has drawn as many as 83 candidates in years past. The 2015 alumni trustee election will take place through electronic balloting from April 10 through May 7, 2015.
“Penn State alumni have never been as unified and focused on correcting the errors of the past and helping the University achieve its goals for the future,” said PS4RS spokesperson Maribeth Roman Schmidt. “Over the last three years, the PS4RS-endorsed candidates have consistently been the voice of both the vocal and non-vocal majority of Penn State alumni who categorically reject the insulting ‘conclusions’ drawn by Freeh,” Schmidt continued.
“Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship is proud of the role we’ve been able to fill in bringing together an active, forceful community of more than 40,000 Penn Staters who have stood up for our tradition of Success with Honor through the University’s darkest days. We are growing and will continue to be a strong voice for alumni and supporters who believe that truth and justice are worth fighting for. We hope that every eligible alumnus will vote in this election and send a clear message that we are here, we care and WE ARE Penn State,” Schmidt concluded.
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