A nightmare on our doorstep: Deep cuts, painful impact The following guest opinion written by State Representative Tina Davis (D-141) appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times on April 21, 2017. FULL TEXT: I have been deeply troubled by the first budget presented by President Trump, which puts the Community Development Block Grant
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IMPORTANT: PLEASE BE SURE TO PRINT THE FOLLOWING FILES DOUBLE-SIDED ON LETTER-SIZE PAPER. YOUR NOMINATION PETITIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF PRINTED SINGLE-SIDED! Endorsed County Row Office Candidates: Rich Scholer - District Attorney Milt Warrell - Sheriff Neale Dougherty - Controller Judi Reiss - Prothonotary Robin Robinson - Recorder of Deeds Endorsed Statewide Judicial Candidates: Dwayne Woodruff - Supreme Court Debbie Kunselman
ENDORSED STATEWIDE JUDICIAL CANDIDATES SUPREME COURT vote for one DWAYNE WOODRUFF judgedwaynewoodruff.com SUPERIOR COURT vote for four DEBBIE KUNSELMAN website coming soon SUPERIOR COURT vote for four MARIA MCLAUGHLIN mclaughlin4superiorcourt.com SUPERIOR COURT vote for four GEOFF MOULTON judgemoulton.com SUPERIOR COURT vote for four CAROLYN NICHOLS website coming soon COMMONWEALTH COURT vote for two* TODD EAGEN toddeagen.com *Only one candidate was endorsed for two Commonwealth Court positions. The other position is an open primary. ENDORSED COUNTYWIDE JUDICIAL
RICH SCHOLER for DISTRICT ATTORNEY Richard “Rich” Scholer was born and raised in Northeast Philadelphia. Rich is a graduate of Archbishop Ryan High School and received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from LaSalle University in 1993. He began working for the First Judicial District Criminal Court System in 1995 and it was
This Guest Opinion by Chairman John Cordisco appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times on February 13, 2017. Full text: In columnist J.D. Mullane's latest salvo, he resorts to personal attacks and the stark generalization that anyone living above Route 1 doesn't have an appreciation for anyone living below Route 1.