Elections Listed on the Fall 2019 Ballot

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Superior Court Judges – vote for no more than two 

Amanda Green Hawkins (D) 

Daniel D McCaffery (D) 

Megan McCarthy King (R) 

Christylee Peck (R) 

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas – race is uncontested 

Dan Higgins (D/R) 

Commissioner – four-year term, vote for no more than two 

Chief governing body of the county. Responsible for voter registration, elections, veteran’s services, children and youth services, and approve all contracts/agreements for county government.  

Sharon Laverdure (D) 

John Christy (D) 

John R Moyer (R) 

Charles A Garris (R) 

Controller  – four-year term, vote for one 

Chief Auditor of Monroe County, responsible for all fiscal affairs of the county. Oversees grant programs from the state and federal agencies 

Luna Mishoe (D) 

Marlo A Merhige (R) 

Register of Wills Recorder of Deeds – four-year term, vote for one 

Aims to preserve the accuracy and continuity of records pertaining to estates. Services provided by the office include the collection of inheritance taxes, maintenance of records pertaining to estates, and probate of decedent estates.

Anita Peterson (D) 

Josephine Ferro (R) 

Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts – four-year term, vote for one 

Maintains liens (debt property), judgments, divorce actions, and civil and equity files, certifies court seals and collects filing fees.

Beth Rodriguez (D) 

George Warden (R) 

Sheriff – four-year term, vote for one 

Kurt Cummings (D) 

Ken Morris (R) 

District Attorney – four-year term, vote for one 

Jamie B Levy (D) 

David Christine (R) 

School Director at Large – four-year term, vote no more than five 

Debbie Kulick (D/R) 

Lisa VanWhy (D) 

Rebecca Dear (D) 

Sharone Jones (D) 

Damary Bonilla (D) 

Wayne Rohner (R) 

Keith Karkut (R) 

Robert Eden (R) 

Kimberly DeBlasio (L) 

Municipal School Director at Large – two-year term, vote for one 

Lisa VanWhy (D/R) 

Constable – six-year term, uncontested 

Public officers (Law Enforcement/Peace Officer) can arrest for felony crimes, service summons, and subpoenas, and breaches of the peace committed in their presence or by warrant anywhere in the commonwealth.

Michael A. Wolbert (D) 

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