Harrisburg, Pa – Susquehanna Township 8th Ward Commissioner Justin Fleming secured nearly three times as many signatures as required to appear on the ballot for this year’s municipal primary election.

“I am extremely grateful to all residents of the 8th Ward,” said Fleming. “I am humbled by their support of my reelection bid and honored to appear on the May primary ballot.”

The 2017 municipal primary election takes place on Tuesday, May 16 at the Susquehanna Township municipal building, 1900 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, 17110. Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

“As I have every primary and general election day, I look forward to once again engaging with residents and working with each and every one of you to move Susquehanna Township forward,” Fleming remarked.


Harrisburg, Pa – Susquehanna Twp. Ward 8 Commissioner Justin Fleming today announced that he will be seeking re-election to serve as commissioner for another term.

“It is a tremendous honor and privilege to represent the people of Susquehanna Twp.,” Fleming said. “While I am proud of the work we have done during the last three years, there is still more to accomplish in the areas of education, public safety and ensuring healthy growth and development for the township.”

In the three years since his election, Fleming highlights the increased collaboration with the school district, responsible fiscal management within the township, and attentiveness to the concerns of 8th ward residents as his proudest achievements.

“Thanks to my colleagues on the Board of Commissioners, Managers Gary Myers and David Kratzer, Director of Public Safety Rob Martin, all of the township staff, as well as members of the volunteer boards and commissions who warmly welcomed me to the Board and dedicate themselves to the success of Susquehanna Township,” Fleming remarked.

In addition to his duties on the Susquehanna Twp. Board of Commissioners, Fleming serves on the Thomas Holtzman Elementary PTO, the Hanna Education Foundation Board, and is a trustee at Market Square Presbyterian Church. He resides in Susquehanna Township with his wife, Lisa and their two children.