Welcome our newly elected Democrats!

On Tuesday November 7th, you elected a great new team of Democrats to represent you! See below and learn about them!


Your 2017 newly elected Warminster Democrats!

Andrew Dixon

School Board director - Region 3

Andrew Dixon is currently the Chair of the Environmental Advisory Council of Warminster Township.  He has spent his entire professional career working in education as educator and advocate.  He earned a Masters Degree from Temple University in 2006 in English Literature, and is currently an adjunct professor of English literature at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ.  He also works as a staff representative for the American Federation of Teachers, with a particular focus on issues in higher education in New Jersey.  Dixon lives in Warminster with his wife, Anna Peak, and their son Harlan. Andrew will start his 4 year term as a School Board Director in 2018!

Tara Pellegrino

School Board director - Region 2

Tara Pellegrino has dedicated her life to ensuring students have access to a high quality, 21st century skills based education. Her experience and educational background will lend a unique and pertinent skill set to the Centennial School Board. Tara is an experienced teacher in Chester County and the mother of a 3rd grader at Willowdale elementary who has a vested interest in the quality of the Cenntennial School District. She is also graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (cum laude) and is currently working towards her MA from La Salle University in Bilingual/Bicultural Studies. She is fluent in Spanish. Tara will start her 4 year term as a School Board Director in 2018!

Judy Hoover

Township Auditor

Judy Hoover is exceptionally qualified to be an Auditor for Warminster Township.  She is a retired member of (AFSCME), where she served in various capacities:  19 years as a Local Business Agent; 26 years as an AFSCME DC47 Delegate; 25 years as a Union Steward; Several terms as a Union Trustee; 18 Years as a Health & Welfare Fund Trustee; 6 years as a Legal Services Trustee; 4 years as a Legislative Coordinator.  She is trained by AFSCME International in fiduciary trust issues for Treasures and Auditors.  Judy has trained yearly with the Independent Employee Benefits Foundation and holds a Masters certificate with that group in Public Employee Benefit Trusts.    Judy worked for the City of Philadelphia for twelve years as a Real Property Evaluator.  She lives in the Meadow Woods section of Warminster and has two grandchildren who attend Willowdale. She also serves on the Warminster Parks and Rec Board and is a member of the Friends of the Parks and Friends of Library as well as several other non-profit groups. Judy will start her 4 year term as Auditor in 2018!

Honorable Dan Finello

Magisterial District Judge

A longtime resident of Warminster Township, Judge Dan Finello has been serving as our District Judge since 2003. He is responsible for the administration, oversight and all adjudication at Magisterial District Court 07-01-09, serving Warminster Township and Ivyland Borough, located on Newtown Road. Judge Finello believes to preside effectively; a district judge must be fully engaged in our neighborhoods. For over 40 years, he has been involved with numerous community and civic activities.

Judge Finello is the past Vice Chairman of the Warminster Township Zoning Board and the chairman of the township's 2011 Tricentenennial Celebration. He is the twice past president and he is current Executive Board member of the Warminster Rotary Club. In recognition of his rotary service, Judge Finello has been twice named Warminster Rotarian of the Year and he is a multiple Paul Harris Award Winner. he is a recipient of the Ed Jefferies Award from Warminster Parks and Recreation for his ongoing service to youth athletics in our town. Judge Finello is an inductee to the Archbishop Wood High School Hall of Fame and he received their inaugral Viking Award. In February of 2016, Judge Dan Finello was named the Head Varsity Coach of Archbishop Wood's Championship Girls Soccer Team. Judge Finello has been re-elected for his third term starting in 2018!