Democrats running in the 2019 Primary Election
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Bucks County Commissioner
Robert “Bob” Harvie is a life-long Bucks County resident, and life-long Democrat, who has been a member of the Falls Township Board of Supervisors since 2004. Re-elected two more times since first joining the Board, he has served as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors since 2008, longer than anyone in the history of Falls Township. As a Board member he has been instrumental in bringing a new level of civility and professionalism to the Falls Township government, and has led the effort to invest in Township infrastructure and improve the quality of life for all Township residents. Falls Township has not seen a property tax increase during his tenure, and he led the effort to enact a tax rebate, and freeze fees for Township services during the Great Recession.
Bucks County Register of Wills
Linda Bobrin, Esquire is an attorney and small business owner, running a solo law practice for the past 23 years. She currently serves in the majority as a Newtown Township Supervisor, a position she has held for a year. Linda is the vice-chair of the Board of Supervisors. She worked tirelessly to win that seat in 2017, door knocking and introducing herself to township voters.
Bucks County Treasurer
A 20-year resident of Bucks County, Kris Ballerini raised two daughters in the Pennsbury School District and now she and her husband live in Upper Makefield. She currently serves as a township supervisor and together with the rest of the board of supervisors, oversees a $12 million budget. With 13 years of financial services experience, the former bank manager has the training and background to serve as Bucks County treasurer. She started as a bank teller and eventually was responsible for daily oversight of $100,000 in cash, managed a staff of 15, and led business development.
Bucks County Clerk of Courts
Brian Munroe is a Democratic candidate for Bucks County Clerk of Courts. He’s spent all of his adult life serving his community.
Brian began as a volunteer firefighter/EMT. Next, he enlisted in the United States Navy where he served aboard the U.S.S. Roosevelt, and was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Navy Unit Commendation, Armed Forces Service Medal, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal.
Bucks County Coroner
Meredith J. Buck, R.N., J.D., both a registered nurse and an attorney, is a dedicated volunteer, not only with the Red Cross, but also in her legal practice. As an attorney, Meredith currently owns and operates her own general law practice in Chalfont with an emphasis on family law, mediation and medical/legal consulting, while devoting many hours to the pro bono representation of Protection from Abuse clients. Additionally, Meredith has worked as a critical care, operating room and post anesthesia care nurse. She continues to work as a nurse on a volunteer basis in disaster relief.