Candidates We Support

In The Upcoming November 8th, 2022 Election

This year's mid-term election is very important for our own state of Pennsylvania as well as for the rest of the United States. Below are the candidates that we support and we hope you will join us in supporting them on Election Day.  Click an office title from the list below and see more information about the candidate running for that office.

November 8th, 2022 is Election Day. Show your patriotism and support by casting your ballot at your local voting location.  Contact us with any questions.

US Senate

Dr. Mehmet Oz

Mehmet Oz for U.S. Senate
Learn more about 'Dr. Oz' by visiting his website

Pennsylvania Governor

Doug Mastriano

Doug Mastriano for Pennsylvania Governor
Learn more about Doug Mastriano by visiting his website

Lieutenant Governor of PA

Carrie DelRosso

Carrie DelRosso for Lieutenant Governor of PA.
Learn more about Carrie DelRosso by visiting her website

United States Congress

Brian Fitzpatrick

Brian Fitzpatrick for U.S. Congress
Learn more about Brian Fitzpatrick by visiting his website

PA State Senate District 6

Frank Farry

Frank Farry for Pennsylvania State Senate District 6
Learn more about Frank Farry by visiting his website

142nd State Representative

Joe Hogan

Joe Hogan for 142nd State Representative
Serving Northampton Districts 9, 10 & 14

Learn more about Joe Hogan by Clicking HERE.

178th State Representative

Kristin Marcell

Kristin Marcell for 178th State Representative
Serving all Northampton Districts except 9, 10 & 14

Learn more about Kristin Marcell by Clicking HERE.

Thanks for Voting in the May 17th Primary

Northampton GOP results for the May 17th Primary showed top vote getters Oz, Mastriano, Jones and Fitzpatrick in the major contested races. Below are some photos from election night and Click Here to see a video clip link of remarks by Vincent Deon at the results room.

Looking forward to kicking butt in November and we welcome all winners from today to get together for the common good of the Party.


Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Always a memorable great event, the Annual Northampton GOP Spaghetti Dinner, held this year on October 21st, 2022. See the flyer and reserve your spot.....Mangia, Mangia.

Two Options to Vote by Mail

Learn More About Absentee Voting in the State of PA

Bucks County Board of Elections

Information about the functions of the Board of Elections, polling places voting machines and important election dates.

Northampton Township

Meet our local Board of Supervisors.

Bucks County Government

A robust site with links to most anything related to Bucks County government.

Bucks County Republican Committee

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Honoring Northampton Veterans

91 Northampton Township Patriots

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Congratulations to our Elected Representatives

Paula Gasper is a life-long resident of Bucks County and currently lives in Richboro with her husband Bob.  She is a small business owner and entrepreneur, operating a family-owned garden center & landscape company in Richboro for over 34 years.   She has been a community volunteer for decades serving with organizations such as A Woman’s Place.  Paula has the heart of a public servant, dedicating nearly 35 years to our township.



Vincent Deon

Vincent Deon has been a resident of Northampton Township for 29 years. He is married to his wife Grace and has a daughter in Dental School.  Vincent is a USAF veteran and a graduate of USAF Non-Commissioned Officer Academy.  He is also a graduate of St. Joseph’s University with a BS Marketing Finance.  A prior small business owner and Northampton Township Supervisor, Vincent has extensive community and municipal government involvement.

In 2018 Vincent began as a Deputy in the Northampton Township Tax Office.  In 2019 he was appointed Tax Collector to fill the remainder of the prior tax collectors term due to an illness.  Vincent won election in 2019 for a two year term.


Robert Salzer is a 14-year resident of Northampton Township, now living in Ivyland with his wife and two children.  While primarily working as an attorney in Doylestown, he is also a partner of a business located in the Township.  As a former Bucks County Deputy District Attorney, he places tremendous emphasis on the safety and welfare of the community in which his children are raised.  Through management of his law firm and business, and with a legal Master’s Degree in Federal Taxation from Boston University, he understands the importance of fiscally responsible leadership and long-term planning.

Brian Zavodnick has been a resident of Northampton Township for 12 years. Prior to that, he lived in Newtown Township, spending several years as a Deputy Constable and Township Auditor. After spending over 15 years in Emergency Services, he continued his service in law enforcement as a patrolman and corrections officer for Bucks County.  Brian enjoys living in Northampton Township and raising his family here and he is excited to be part of our township's future.

Beth Rodman is a lifetime resident of Bucks County and has lived in Northampton Township for the past 23 years.   Beth has volunteered with many church and School related activities.  These include the PTO, the Council Rock Education Foundation (CREF), teaching CCD and being part of the CCD Advisory Committee for many years.   Beth would like utilize her skills to help ensure the integrity of the Township’s Financial Systems for it’s residents.


Bob Hickey  is running to be your representative on the Council Rock School Board.  Bob has sent 8 children through the district for over 25 consecutive years so he knows and appreciates the value of a quality education.  Bob graduated from Temple University with a B.S. in Secondary Education and serves as a manager in the miniature electronics industry. He has also spent the past 25 years coaching a variety of youth sports and presently serve as a member of the St. Bede CYO Board.  In 2012 he co-chaired a group that successfully worked with the Superintendent and Council Rock School Board to ensure all Richboro Middle School students were no longer split from their classmates between the High Schools. In addition, he was an active member in the 2013-2014 Council Rock Planning Commission. Bob possesses a unique blend of education, management experience, hands on interaction with kids, and taxpayer concerns to make wise decisions which will continue to keep the Council Rock School District a place where people want to live, work, and send their children to school.


Michael Roosevelt

Michael Roosevelt

Michael Roosevelt was born and raised on Long Island, NY, and attended several boarding schools in New England from Middle School through High School, and graduated from Proctor Academy.  This robust educational experience provided him with the opportunity to learn in an independent, diverse environment with other children from around the United States, and the world.  After graduation, he attended Eckerd College where he majored in History with a minor in Management.  This is also where he was fortunate enough to meet his wife, Becky.  After graduation, he began a career in Human Resource Management where the ability to listen to people’s concerns, form consensus, and make sound decisions was a primary job requirement.

Michael moved to Bucks County, PA in 1997 and decided to return to school to earn a degree in Architecture at Philadelphia University..  He graduated with a 5-year Architecture degree and began a new career in architecture.  Michael and his wife Becky moved to Ivyland in 2007 to be part of the highly acclaimed Council Rock School District.  They have 3 children who are all currently attending Council Rock schools.


EVERY Vote Counts! Below are some ways you can help others get involved and make voting fun.


Help Your Community Vote:

  • Get your kickball team, running group or martial arts class to vote.
  • Gather your youth group, book club, or fellow gamers and go vote!
  • Organize a dorm/homeroom competition to get the most voters!

Help Your Friends & Family Vote:

  • Make a weekend plan to vote and brunch with friends.
  • Plan to vote and dine. Order dessert to celebrate.
  • Meet up to vote, then go to your favorite sports bar/movie theater.

Help Your Coworkers & Classmates Vote:

  • Head to the polls after work and meet up for a post-voting mingle.
  • Are you a morning person? Arrange a pre-work “coffee & vote”.
  • Organize a lunchtime carpool to the polls.