Tuesday, November 5, 2019 is the General Election
Please see below for important candidate information and links
On Tuesday, november 5, 2019 there are several important elections on the ballot.
The Centennial School Board needs new leadership and a new direction.
In Region 2, our three democratic candidates are chris berdnik, Jon Panofsky and Patti Crossan.
In Region 3, our democratic candidate is Shelley Eilenberg.
For the Court of Common Pleas, we have 3 highly qualified endorsed democratic candidates. Our three endorsed Democratic Candidates are Jordan Yeager, Jessica Vanderkam, and Charissa Liller.
Warminster township Supervisor
Ken Hayes and Judy Hoover
vote for both!
Kenneth Hayes moved to Warminster with his family in 1995. He serves the Warminster community as chair of the Environmental Advisory Council, as a member of the Budget and Pension Investment Advisory committees, and as an alternate on the Planning Commission.
Judy Hoover is currently a Warminster Township Auditor, Bucks County Democratic Women’s Forum Recording Secretary, and a member of the Warminster Friends of Free Library and Friends of Parks and Recreation. She previously served as Legislative Coordinator for AFSCME DC47 and is a 30 year member of Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW).
Special note for the school board races in region 2
Due to a vacancy on the school board, there are actually 3 races in region 2. If you live East of York Rd in Warminster (except the speedway), please vote for ALL THREE of our Democratic Candidates.
Chris Berdnik, Patti Crossan, and Jon Panofsky
Centennial School Board Director: Region 2
Chris Berdnik is an award winning school business administrator with 25 years of professional experience managing school district operations. He has a bachelor's degree from Saint Vincent College and a master's degree from Carnegie Mellon University. As William Tennent High School's debate coach, his students have twice placed in the top 14 in the country in the last five years.