Now that the primary election results are official, I want to thank voters in Chambersburg’s Third Ward for their bipartisan support.
Debbie Taylor voices her opinion about We are very fortunate to have a candidate running for Franklin County Commissioner like John Flannery.
It was another bad week for Pennsylvania taxpayers. Just the other day it was reported that Governor Tom Wolf handed out huge salary increases to his top staffers.
My name is Patty Dolaway and I am writing to endorse my husband, Herb for re-election to the 5th Ward Borough Council of Chambersburg.
I have seen first-hand how hard Ian is working to meet people and earn their votes.
IAN BRINK is clearly the right choice to be our next Common Pleas Judge. I have lived in Franklin County my whole life and I love this community.
My name is Ed Asbury and I support Mary Beth Shank for Judge. She has the knowledge and more importantly the heart to be a good judge for Franklin County.
Tom and Mary Stonesifer ask every to please join them in electing Mary Beth Shank for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
I am Sam Worley, Former Franklin County Commissioner. I strongly support Mary Beth Shank for our next Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
Mary Beth Shank is my choice to fill the upcoming vacant position in the 39th Judicial District. As a former Franklin County Commissioner, I have had personal experience working with her in her time as Assistant County Solicitor to then Solicitor, Shawn Meyers, now Judge Meyers.
Local attorney Mary Beth Shank is one of two candidates running for a seat on the bench of Pennsylvania’s Court of Common Pleas 39th Judicial District, encompassing Franklin and Fulton Counties. The Courts of Common pleas are Pennsylvania’s trial courts. Judges are elected to 10=year terms.
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Leedy supports investments in infrastructure and policies that encourage job creation and retention (such as improvements at Southgate Shopping Center).
Kudos to the Chamberrsburg’s borough government for partnering with Wilson College to insure the preservation of an iconic ball park with historic significance that reaches beyond the local community.