Tuesday, May 21, 2019 is the Primary Election
Please see below for important candidate information and links
On May 21st, 2019 there are several important elections on the ballot. Some elections have primary opponents and we are here to help you make the best choice.
The Centennial School Board needs new leadership and a new direction. It is important to note that Republicans can get onto our ballot, so it is important to vote for our democratic candidates.
In Region 2, our two democratic candidates are Jon Panofsky and Patti Crossan.
In Region 3, our democratic candidate is Shelley Eilenberg.
For the Court of Common Pleas, we have a crowded field. You can only vote for 3 judges and we have 3 highly qualified endorsed democratic candidates. Again, just like the school board, Republicans can get onto our ballot.
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).
Centennial school board director: region 2
Patti Crossan and Jon Panofsky
Vote for both!
Patti Crossan is a lifetime Warminster resident who has raised her family in the Centennial School District. She is currently a Pharmacy Technician (CPhT.) having worked for Abington Memorial Hospital and presently for an Insurance company assisting patients with medication services, member of Pennsylvania Farm Bureau for 10 years, and works with seniors to obtain library books.
Jon Panofsky has been a Warminster resident for over 10 years. He has a BSEd and Graduate Certificate in Secondary Education from Temple University, JD from the University of Richmond School of Law, 10 years experience as a religious school teacher, ran the Temple University Tutoring Program, volunteer with Special Needs Students and written multiple curricula.
Centennial School Board Director: Region 3
Shelley Eilenberg along with her husband and son, have been Warminster residents for 12 years. She currently works as a realtor in Bucks County and sits on the Warminster Township Environmental Advisory Council and Library Board.
Warminster Township Auditor
Mary Owens has lived in Warminster with her husband and two daughters for 15 years. She is a graduate of Bucks County Community College, Acme's First Female Produce Manager, a 33 year member of Local UFCW 1776, and is proud to be a UFCW 1776KS business representative.
Below are the County wide candidates. In 2019, control of Bucks County Government is on the Ballot.
For more information on County Candidates, click here.
Bucks County Commissioner
Vote for both!
Diane Marseglia is a lifelong resident of Bucks County. She has served as a County Commissioner since 2007 and has served her community on both the Neshaminy School Board and the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors. She currently serves as the county representative to the Delaware Valley regional Planning Commission, Local Emergency Planning Commission, and the Bucks County Emergency Health Council.
Bob Harvie has lived in Bucks County all his life. He has been on the Falls Township Board of Supervisors for the last 14 years and has been a Social Studies teacher for 25 years, currently teaching at the Bucks County Technical High School.
Bucks County Clerk of Courts
Brian Munroe has lived in Bucks County for 15 years, with his wife and their two daughters. He is a Warminster Township Supervisor, former firefighter/EMT, Navy Veteran, and Police Officer. His lifetime commitment to community service makes him uniquely qualified to serve as the next Bucks County Clerk of Courts.
Kris Ballerini A 20 year resident of Bucks County, she currently serves as a township supervisor in Upper Makefield. With 13 years of financial services experience as a former bank manager she has the training and background to serve as Bucks County Treasurer.
Bucks County Register of Wills
Linda Bobrin an attorney and small business owner for the past 23 years and is currently a Newtown Township Supervisor. Her legal background involves many aspects of legal issues, centering around disability issues but often overlapping into the areas of wills and estates.
Meredith Buck is both a registered nurse having worked as a critical care, operating room and post anesthesia care nurse and an attorney working in family law, mediation and medical/legal consulting, while devoting many hours to the pro bono representation of Protection from Abuse clients. She continues to work as a nurse on a volunteer basis in disaster relief.
Below are the Bucks County Democratic Committee ENDORSED candidates for Judge on the Court of Common Pleas
Vote for all three!