Monroe County Republican Committee

P.O. Box 336

Tannersville, PA 18372

MonroePAGOP@gmail.com

 

Copyright © Monroe County Republican Committee 2019.

Paid for by the Monroe County Republican Committee. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee.

Proudly created with Wix.com

2019 CANDIDATES

Election Day

Tuesday, November 5, 2019  

Judge of the Superior Courtvote for 2
Megan McCarthy King
Chester County
Deputy District Attorney
webpage
Christylee Peck
Cumberland County
Court of Common Pleas Judge
webpage
Commissioner - vote for 2
Charles A Garris - incumbent
John R Moyer - incumbent
Controller
Marlo A Merhige - incumbent
Register of Wills Recorder of Deeds
Josephine Ferro - incumbent
Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts
George Warden - incumbent
District Attorney
David Christine - incumbent
webpage
Magisterial District Judge
Stroudsburg Borough
  • Kristina Anzini - incumbent - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
Barrett, Mount Pocono, Paradise & Price​
  • Phillip R Riley - incumbent - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
East Stroudsburg School Director at Large (4 year term) - vote for no more than 5
  • Robert Eden - registered Republican
  • Keith Karkut - registered Republican
  • Debbie Kulick - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
  • Wayne Rohner - registered Republican
  • Lisa VanWhy - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
East Stroudsburg School Director at Large (2 year term) - vote for no more than 1
  • Lisa VanWhy - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
Stroudsburg School Director at Large - vote for no more than 5
  • Cindy Blake - registered Republican
  • Michael Mignosi - registered Republican
Pleasant Valley School Director at Large - vote for no more than 5
  • Todd Kresge - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
  • Norman A Burger - registered Republican
Pocono Mountain School Director - 3 Regions
Region 1 - Barrett, Paradise & Pocono
4 year term
Stephen Watto - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
2 year term
Stephen Watto - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
Region 2 - Coolbaugh & Mt. Pocono - vote for no more than 2
  • Jacquelyn Leonard - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
  • John H Davis - registered Republican
Region 3 - Jackson, Tobyhanna & Tunkhannock
  • Rusty Johnson - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
Supervisors and Township Commissioners
  • Chestnuthill
    • Eric Synder​ - registered Republican
  • Hamilton
    • Robert J Heil - registered Republican
  • Jackson
6 year term
  • Mark Major​​ - incumbent - registered Republican

2 year term

  • Mark Werkeiser - incumbent - registered Republican

  • Middle Smithfield
    • Mike Dwyer​ - incumbent - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
  • Pocono
    • Ellen D Gnandt​ -registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
    • Chad Kilby - incumbent - registered Republican
    • Keith Meeker - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
  • Polk
    • Carl Heckman​ - incumbent - registered Republican - secured both the Rep & Dem nomination
  • Ross
    • Howard Beers Jr​ - incumbent - registered Republican
  • Smithfield
    • Lee Bower​ - incumbent - registered Republican
​​
  • Stroud
    • Larry R Sebring - registered Republican
  • Tobyhanna
    • John E Kerrick - incumbent - registered Republican
    • Rachel Schickling - registered Republican
  • Tunkhannock
    • Steve Malaico - incumbent - registered Republican
Mayor
  • Mount Pocono
    • Karl E Davis
Council Members
  • Delaware Water Gap
    • 3 Empty Republican slot​​s
  • East Stroudsburg Borough
    • William T Resse​
    • Edward T Flory
  • Mount Pocono
    • Francis R O'Boyle​ - incumbent - registered Republican
    • Karl E Davis
    • Ronald Emilie
    • Tommy M Neville
  • Stroudsburg
    • Robert Yarnall​
    • Joanne Kochanski - incumbent - registered Republican
Auditors
  • Barrett
    • Karen L Herring
  • Chestnuthill
    • Eric E Hoffman​
  • Coolbaugh
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Elred
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Hamilton
    • Empty Republican slot​
  • Jackson
    • Jan Anglemire​
    • Marie Page
  • Middle Smithfield
    • Empty Republican slot​
  • Paradise
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Polk
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Price
    • Empty Republican slot​
  • Ross
    • Empty Republican slot​
  • Smithfield
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Stroud
    • Empty Republican slot​
  • Tobyhanna
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Tunkhannock
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
Constable
  • Chestnuthill
    • Bradley D Mann
  • Coolbaugh
    • Empty Republican slot
  • Delaware Water Gap
    • Manuel Rodriguez​
  • East Stroudsburg
    • Empty Republican slot
  • Jackson
    • Doug Dailey​
  • Paradise
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Pocono
    • Peter Gallagher​
    • Salvatore Furino
  • Polk
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Ross
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Smithfield 
    • Matt Bauman​
  • Stroud
    • Michael T Stettler​
  • Stroudsburg
    • Empty Republican and Democrat slot​s
  • Tobyhanna
    • Roger Metzgar
  • Tunkhannock
    • Glen R Moyer​
Question on Whether to Retain Judges of the Court of Common Pleas in the Fall Election
  • Margherita Worthington, President Judge
    • Judge Patti-Worthington received her undergraduate degree, cum laude, from the University of Colorado and her Juris Doctor from the Villanova University School of Law. She was a partner in the firm of Muth, Zulick & Worthington and an assistant Monroe County public defender. Judge Patti-Worthington was appointed by the Honorable Ronald E. Vican to serve as the first Custody Conciliator and Dependency Master for the 43rdJudicial District. Judge Patti-Worthington is a past president of the Pennsylvania Conference of State Trial Judges and the current chair of the Past-Presidents Committee. She currently serves as the co-chair of the President Judges section of the conference. She is an adjunct professor at Penn State Dickinson Law School for the trial advocacy program and was appointed in 2007 by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyers Trust Account Board, having completed her 6 year term. Judge Patti-Worthington was appointed to the Deputy Sheriffs’ Educationand Training Board by Governor Corbett and served from June 20, 2012 to September 4, 2014.

    • Judge Patti-Worthington recently served on the Strategic Planning Work Group for the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing and iscurrently a member of the Commission’s subcommittee for Offender-related Guidelines Review. She is the Vice-Chair of the Supreme Court Criminal Rules Committee. In 2015, Judge Patti-Worthington was appointed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court as co-chair of the Language Access Advisory Group, tasked with creating and implementing a statewide plan to provide access to the State Courts to individuals with limited English proficiency and who are deaf or hard of hearing and currently chairs the MET (monitoring and evaluation team).

    • During her judicial tenure, Judge Patti-Worthington has instituted innovative programs in her Court such as the Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Program, the Truancy Elimination Program, the Court Technology Strategic Plan and the Canine in the Court initiative. In January of 2013 she launched a Court website to enable greater access of court

    • information to the public and is advancing the use of technology in theCourt’s operations by piloting e-filing and docketing programs.

    • She is the recipient of the 2009 Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce Community Commitment Award and the 2015 Pennsylvania Bar Association President’s Award.

 

  • ​Jenifer Harlacher Sibum, Judge

    • Judge Jennifer Harlacher Sibum is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Dickinson School of Law.  She began her legal career as a judicial law clerk to then President Judge Ronald E. Vican of the Monroe County Court of Common Pleas. Judge Sibum then entered private practice as an associate attorney with the law firm of Newman, Williams, Corveleyn, Wolfe & Fareri, and later established her own solo practice where she concentrated in the areas of family and education law, criminal defense, zoning and real estate.  Judge Sibum served as a special public defender from 2000 to 2005 and the Monroe County Protection from Abuse Advocate from 2003 to 2009. 

    • Judge Sibum is a former member of the Pocono Heritage Land Trust and former Chairperson of the Monroe County United Way Day of Caring.  She presently serves as Secretary of the Monroe County Historical Society Board of Directors.  Judge Sibum was elected to the bench in November 2009 and is the Family Law Administrative Judge for the Monroe County Court of Common Pleas.  Judge Sibum and her husband, Wayne, live in Smithfield Township with their two golden retrievers.  She enjoys cooking, kayaking, swimming, golfing, horseback riding, and hiking with her dogs.