Candidates We Support
Keep Northampton and Bucks County Moving In the Right Direction
On November 7th Vote for our entire slate of Republican candidates
FOR TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR - VOTE FOR JASON JOINES
Jason Joines and his wife Heather moved to Richboro in 2016, where they are raising their two wonderful girls. Jason is a professional engineer and Vice President of a national consulting engineering firm with extensive experience in budgeting and project management. As Township Supervisor, Jason will work to maintain the safety and small-town charm that brought his family here to our community. As our Township Supervisor, Jason will work to protect our quality of life, maintain fiscal responsibility, stand with Law Enforcement and support our local businesses.
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FOR TOWNSHIP AUDITOR – VOTE KIM REIF
Kim Reif has been a resident of Northampton Township for 25 years and is grateful to have raised her daughter in this wonderful community and to call it home. She now sees this as her time to give back to the community by serving as a Northampton Township Auditor. Kim is an accounting professional with over 20 years’ experience leading finance and accounting activities. She earned her Master’s in Business Administration from Drexel University and is an actively licensed C.P.A
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS – VOTE FOR BOTH PAM VAN BLUNK AND GENE DIGIROLAMO
Gene DiGirolamo is a lifetime resident of Bucks County and served as Commissioner since his election in 2019. Gene has been a voice for fiscal responsibility, fighting to protect the taxpayer dollars. He is a decades-long advocate on behalf of drug treatment and prevention programs and has championed election integrity of our elections by championing the need for security and oversite at all Ballot Drop Boxes and on election night at the Board of Elections. Gene was a State Representative in the 18th PA House Legislative District for 25 years.
Pam Van Blunk currently serves as our Bucks County Controller acting as the fiscal watchdog on behalf of taxpayers. From holding county government accountable and promoting responsible economic growth, to combating the opioid crisis and keeping our streets safe, Pam is committed to making Bucks County an even better place to live, work and raise our families. Before taking office she was, and is, an experienced litigation attorney. Pam graduated from law school as a single mother with three young children, graduating cum laude from Widener University’s Delaware Law School. She received her B.S. from Rutgers University Newark College of Arts and Sciences.
FOR DISTRICT JUDGE – VOTE FOR BRIAN MARRIOTT
Judge Brian Marriott - Brian Marriott, Esq., is the District Judge for Magisterial District 07-2-01 in Northampton Township. Prior to joining the judiciary Brian focused his trial practice on business disputes and some estate planning. Brian earned a B.A., with General University Honors, from La Salle University and earned his juris doctorate degree in 1998 from Temple University Law School. He is a member of the Bucks County Bar Association. Brian is the mock trial coach for Villa Joseph Marie High School and current board member of St. Bede’s CYO, Vice President of Holland Little League, and a Big Brother in the Centennial School District. Brian and his wife, Katie, are the proud parents of Madeline and Matthew.
COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR | REGION 4 (Districts 2, 6, 7 and 12)
FOR COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR IN REGION 4 (Districts 2, 6, 7 and 12) ·VOTE FOR JOE HIDALGO
Joe Hidalgo has served as a Council Rock School Director since 2018 and has worked diligently with the Republican majority on the Board to improve our schools making sure that our students are the number 1 priority. This year, Joe pushed for and was able to achieve the Senior Citizens Tax rebate program to help many of our seniors in our community stay in their homes. Joe is a life-long Bucks County resident. Joe and his wife Jen have two children currently enrolled in Council Rock and one CR graduate who now attends Penn State’s Schreyer Honors College. Joe received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware and has been a practicing Financial Advisor for over 20 years. In addition to serving our community, he is a dedicated member of USA Triathlon and a current International Chorus Silver Medalist in the Barbershop Harmony Society.
COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR | REGION 7 (Districts 3, 5, 10 and 17)
FOR COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR IN REGION 7 (Districts 3, 5, 10 and 17) ·VOTE FOR ANNE HORNER
Anne Horner is a 14-year resident of Northampton Twp., mother and business professional who is ready to bring her private sector and volunteer experience to serve as a Council Rock School Director. Anne holds a MBA, a BS in Business Management and Marketing and an AS in Health Information Management. Anne has a deep passion for serving our community, volunteering in various school and sports events along with supporting community activities such as the local 9/11 walk and the Sunshine Foundation Walk for Childhood Cancer. Anne will bring extensive experience in business administration, marketing and organizational management to the Council Rock School Board along with her invaluable critical decision-making skills.
COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR | REGION 5 (Districts 9, 14 and 16)
FOR COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR IN REGION 5 (Districts 9, 14 and 16) ·VOTE FOR: ED SALAMON
Ed Salamon has served as a Council Rock School Board Director since 2019 and is currently the Board President. Ed has worked diligently with the Republican majority on the Board to improve our schools making sure that our students are the number 1 priority. This year, Ed helped push for and was able to achieve the Senior Citizens Tax rebate program to help many of our seniors in our community stay in their homes. Ed has been a Holland resident for the last decade. He and his wife, Deborah, have three children, all of whom currently attend schools in the Council Rock School District. Professionally, Ed worked as a Philadelphia Police Officer for 25 years prior to retiring from duty. As an active member of the Holland Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization, serving as President. In this capacity, Ed collaborated with Holland Elementary parents and staff to bring supplemental technology to the school. In addition to his volunteer work within Council Rock School District, Ed has a strong history of continuous involvement with the Northampton Girls Softball Association, having held such positions as President, Commissioner, and Head Coach.
Also running for County office this year are:
- Matt Weintraub for Common Pleas Court Judge
- Robyn Goodnoe - for Register of Wills
- Sherry Labs for County Treasurer
- Jeff Hall-Gale for Clerk of Courts
- Charles Stockert for Coroner
These dedicated public servants help keep Bucks County moving in the right direction.
And finally, be sure to vote for Carolyn Carluccio for PA Supreme Court Justice, Harry Smail, Jr. and Maria Battista for Superior Court Judges and Megan Martin for Commonwealth Court Judge.
Click Here for a printable PDF document containing the Republican candidates we endorse.
Don't Forget to VOTE!
Congratulations to All of Our Endorsed Primary Election Candidates Who Won Their Primary Elections on May 16th. Now it's On To Victory on November 7th
The Northampton Township Republican Committee, at its February 27th Committee Meeting, has Endorsed the Following Candidates for the May 16th Primary:
- District Judge – Brian Marriott
- Northampton Township Supervisor – Jason Joines
- Northampton Township Auditor – Kim Reif
- Council Rock School Director Reg. 4 (Districts 2, 6, 7 & 12) Joe Hidalgo
- Council Rock School Director Reg. 5 (Districts 9, 14 & 16) Ed Salamon
- Council Rock School Director Reg. 7 (Districts 3, 5, 10 & 17) Anne Horner
Northampton Township Voting Districts Map
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Greetings from the
Northampton Township Republican Committee
Welcome to the virtual home of the Northampton Township Republican Committee! Just like you, we are committed to strengthening our community, and making it an even better place to live, work and raise a family.
Since the inception of the Northampton Township Republican Committee we have advanced good government through good candidates. The results are clear: Our Township and County has become a place where people want to live, work, raise a family and retire. It is no mere coincidence that the desirability of living in Northampton Township has grown with the strength of our Republican elected representation.
Our Republican Committee consists of a strong group of men and women of all ages committed to fiscally responsible and effective government. We work hard to ensure that our Republican voters vote each election, which is why nearly all of our elected officials in Northampton Township are Republicans. From raising awareness on important issues to providing opportunities to get involved, we are the place where our community rallies to make things better.
We remember words from President Ronald Reagan when he said, “The Republican Party…is a broad party. There is room in our tent for many views; indeed, the divergence of views is one of our strengths.” We want to bring our community together to get things done, and I hope you will join us in this effort. Please sign up here to get our emails, and like us on Facebook to stay up-to-date with our activities.
The Mission of the Northampton Township Republican Committee is to ensure that our community and neighborhoods remain strong and vibrant. For decades, Republican leadership in Northampton Township has established and maintained excellent schools, superior police and fire departments, effective municipal government and desirable residential neighborhoods. Republicans achieved these results through a commitment to low taxes, controlled spending, education, and support for our business community.
We work to:
- Recruit, support and elect Republican candidates to achieve Republican majorities on the Council Rock School Board and the Northampton Township Board of Supervisors.
- Support Republican elected officials and candidates who share our Statement of Principles.
- Promote and foster the principles of the Republican Party in Northampton Township.
- Advance policies that broaden the tax base by attracting and retaining businesses.
- Increase Republican voter registration in Northampton Township,
- Promote strong existing neighborhoods and non-profit institutions and the securing of open space.
- Prioritize the educational achievement of our students.
- Inform our neighbors about the key local issues that will determine the future growth and prosperity of our community.
We host fundraisers for our candidates, and we have fun and exciting social and political events on a regular basis.
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