Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW, first elected in November 2007, began her fourth term on the Board of Commissioners in January 2020. Commissioner Marseglia is the Chair of the Bucks County Office of Commissioners. A lifelong resident of Bucks County, she was raised in Lower Makefield, and now resides in Middletown Township, where she served her community on both the Neshaminy School Board and the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors.
During her tenure, Commissioner Marseglia has championed programs including Code Blue, specialty courts, and Crisis Intervention Training. She has promoted dredging of the Delaware River at the Keystone Industrial Port Complex, improved response to mental health and substance abuse issues in the prison, led the county in developing a response to feral cats, and worked closely to create the Hoarding Task Force and Suicide Prevention Task Force.
Commissioner Marseglia holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminal justice from the University of Delaware, and earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania.
Robert J. Harvie Jr. (Bob) was elected to the Board of Bucks County Commissioners in November 2019, and sworn into office on January 6, 2020. He serves as vice chair of the board. Born and raised in Bristol Borough, Commissioner Harvie is a lifelong Bucks County resident. In 2003, Bob was elected to the Falls Township Board of Supervisors. Re-elected twice, Commissioner Harvie served as chairman of the Board of Supervisors from 2008 to 2020, longer than anyone in the history of Falls Township. As a board member he was instrumental in bringing a new level of civility and professionalism to Falls Township government, and led the effort to invest in township infrastructure and improve the quality of life for all Falls residents.
After graduating from Bristol High School, Commissioner Harvie attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., graduating magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in history. He also has a master’s degree in education from Holy Family University.
A 20-year Bucks County resident, Kris Ballerini raised her two daughters in the Pennsbury School District and now lives with her husband in Upper Makefield Township. There she served as a township supervisor, helping to oversee a $12 million annual budget.
The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for collecting, investing, disbursing and reconciling all county funds. Kris began her tenure in January, 2020.
Linda Bobrin is a 28-year resident of Newtown Township where she served as a Township supervisor prior to her election to county office. Linda lives with her husband Neil. Together they raised 3 sons, all of whom attended Council Rock School District.
The Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans’ Court is responsible for handling probates, collecting inheritance tax for the Commonwealth as well as issuing marriage licenses and handling court filings related to guardianships and adoptions. Linda began her tenure in January, 2020.
A registered nurse and an attorney, Meredith Buck is a dedicated volunteer not only with the Red Cross, but also in her legal practice. Meredith began her tenure in January, 2020.
Neale Dougherty is the first Democrat elected to Bucks County Controller in nearly 40 years. As the chief auditor, financial officer and fiscal watchdog for Bucks County, Neale independently monitors financial activities of County government. This includes but is not limited to departments under the purview of the County Commissioners, as well as Row Officers, Tax Collectors, and Courts. Neale began his tenure in January, 2018.
Judi Reiss is a long-time Lower Makefield resident where she served as Supervisor before being elected Prothonotary. The Prothonotary has administrative control over and responsibility for all official documents and records of the civil and family divisions. Judi began her tenure in January, 2018.
Elected to the Recorder of Deeds office in 2017, Robin Robinson has continued to contribute to her community and is recognized for her Community Engagement by the Bucks County YWCA’s Salute to Women program in 2020. In addition to improving the operation of the Office since elected, she instituted the appropriate use of the statutory Record Improvement Fund, received grants from the Federal Government and other entities, and initiated an Historic Deed Book Restoration Program preserving centuries-old Bucks County deeds and manumissions from William Penn’s time and forward.
Robin leads a qualified staff of 18, recording tens of thousands of critical documents such as deeds, mortgages, mortgage satisfactions, notary bonds, Veterans’ discharge papers, and more each year. Robin began her tenure in January, 2018
Milt Warrell was sworn into office in January of 2018. The Bucks County Sheriff’s Office is the highest level of law enforcement in our County. Therefore, our Office has dedicated itself to provide superior services in our criminal and civil divisions through innovative programs and a professional, dedicated and inspired staff. Milt began his tenure in January, 2018.
Senator Maria Collett is a lifelong advocate for people in need. She began her career as an attorney representing the interests of children victimized by abuse and neglect as a Deputy Attorney General in Camden County, New Jersey. She then transitioned to a career in nursing, where she worked at the bedside as a Level I trauma nurse, in pediatric home health and in long term care working with aging adults. Maria was sworn into office as state Senator in January, 2019.
Senator Steve Santarsiero has been a public servant and champion of Democratic values in Bucks County for almost twenty years. A township supervisor in Lower Makefield from 2003-2008, Steve was then elected state Representative in HD-31 where he served from 2008-2017. In 2017, Attorney General Josh Shapiro appointed Steve the first Chief Deputy Attorney General for Environmental Protection in Pennsylvania. In that role, Steve oversaw the prosecution of environmental crimes and led Pennsylvania’s efforts to fight the Trump Administration over proposed rollbacks of important environmental protections. Steve was sworn into office as state Senator in January, 2019.
Tina Davis was first elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2010 to serve the 141st Legislative District. Now entering her fifth term, Rep. Davis has forged a leading role on key issues, including economic development and opportunity; job creation; pay equity; property tax reform; and programs assisting families, seniors and veterans.
John Galloway was born in 1960 and grew up in Levittown as one of 10 children. He graduated from Pennsbury High School in 1977 and attended the Project Management Institute where he graduated in 2001. He was first elected to serve in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2006, and is the first Levittown native to serve in the Pennsylvania General Assembly in the history of the Commonwealth.
As a lifelong educator, Wendy Ullman has seen firsthand the empowering effect of mastering critical thinking and communication skills. Prior to being elected state Representative, Wendy taught English at Bucks County Community College and Montgomery County Community College for 30 years and has worked with thousands of students from all walks of life. As one of more than 750 faculty members, she has actively collaborated with colleagues, and she has chaired and served on numerous committees and the negotiating team for the American Federation of Teachers. Wendy was sworn into office in January, 2018.
Perry Warren is the state Representative for the 31st Legislative District, which includes Lower Makefield Township, Newtown Borough, Newtown Township, Yardley Borough and Morrisville Borough Wards 1, 2 and 3. Perry was first elected to Newtown Borough Council in 2009 and was re-elected in 2013. During his seven years on Newtown Borough Council, he was recognized as a “bridge builder,” committed to bringing members of both political parties together to forge workable solutions to serve the community. Perry was first elected to the General Assembly in 2016.
Whether as a business owner or governor, Tom Wolf is a leader consistently taking on the status quo and trying to help middle class families. Tom is a different kind of leader, and he has been a different kind of governor.
Before he was governor, Tom was the owner of the Wolf Organization, a distributor of lumber and other building products. Tom bought this family business and grew the company — eventually more than quintupling the business in size. He did this with smart leadership and by treating his employees fairly, even sharing the company’s profits with workers.
Pennsylvania born and raised, John was born to teenage parents who were just starting out on their own. At the time, his father worked nights to put himself through college. John grew up in York, and later followed in his father’s footsteps to Albright College, where he played offensive tackle for the Lions.
John has emerged as one of Pennsylvania’s leading progressive voices for working people, running on issues like inequality, racial justice, and ending the failed war on drugs. He is honored to have been chosen by the voters of this commonwealth to serve as the 34th lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania.
Josh Shapiro is a rare public servant who has risen above politics time and again to take on the status quo and protect everyday Pennsylvanians. Josh was sworn into office in January, 2017.
During his first term, Auditor General DePasquale delivered on his promise to be a tough, fair and independent fiscal watchdog for Pennsylvania taxpayers. Continuing in that effort, Eugene began his second term as Pennsylvania’s 51st Auditor General in January, 2017.
Joseph Torsella is a successful civic leader who has brought integrity, energy, and vision to the office of Pennsylvania State Treasurer. Joe was sworn into office in January, 2017.
Bob Casey believes that “all public service is a trust, given in faith and accepted in honor.”1 Since he was elected to the United States Senate in 2006, he has worked to create family sustaining jobs and foster financial security for Pennsylvania families; protect our children and invest in their futures; ensure safety at home and respect for America abroad; promote honesty and accountability in government; preserve the dignity of the vulnerable of all ages among us; and advocate for his constituents and help them solve problems they face.