Release Date: IMMEDIATE (March 25, 2019)

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Havertown – Democratic candidate for Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer today announced his campaign’s top leadership team. “I’m very proud to announce that Tanner Rouse, Tinu Moss and Lloyd Long III have agreed to Co-Chair my campaign to become our next elected District Attorney.” said Stollsteimer. “Tanner, Tinu and Lloyd are each highly respected and accomplished leaders both in the legal community and the Delaware County Democratic Party and I’m very thankful to have their support and guidance in my campaign to bring real change to our county.” he continued. 

·        Tanner Rouse is an award-winning former Assistant District Attorney in the Philadelphia DA’s Office.  Prior to leaving the Office in October of 2017, Tanner successfully prosecuted hundreds of cases, including multiple verdicts of First Degree murder during his time in the prestigious homicide unit  He is currently a trial attorney at KOT Law where he recently recorded one of the largest verdicts in Bucks County history and serves as the Assistant Solicitor for the Delaware County Democratic Committee. He is currently a resident of Upper Providence Township with his wife Ursula and two small children. 

·        Tinu Moss grew up in Yeadon Borough and graduating from Penn Wood High School in 1994. She attended Duke University on an academic scholarship and earned two Bachelor degrees and a minor from Duke in 1998.She earned her Juris Doctorate from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2005 and an LLM in Taxation in 2006.  She currently maintains her legal practice focused on family, criminal and civil law. Tinu also serves Yeadon’s Borough Manager, the community in which she still lives with her husband, Anthony Moss Sr., Business Agent for Laborers’ Local 413 and their 23-month old son.

·        Lloyd Long III is a civil rights and criminal defense attorney. He graduated with honors from Rutgers Law School, where he was the Articles Editor for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Urban Policy, and a law clerk at the US Attorney’s Office in Camden. Mr. Long began his legal career at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. He has tried dozens of jury trials and hundreds of bench trials to verdict, and handled over two hundred cases in Pennsylvania’s appellate courts. Mr. Long resides in Nether Providence with his wife, Michelle, and their children, Olivia and Gabrielle.


Colleen Kennedy