Croley Projected Winner, Republicans Fill Township Board

Warminster Republicans dominated the local election results, with most of the incumbents keeping their seats.

Political newcomer Jason Croley (2,859) has unseated incumbent Democrat Frank Feinberg (2,234) from the Warminster Board of Supervisors, according to unofficial results posted in the Bucks County website.

With Croley's win and the re-election of Daniel McPhillips (2,869) of challenger Brian Munroe (2,386), the board of supervisors has been completely filled by Republicans, including Leo Quinn, Tom Panzer and Mark McKee. 

The Centennial School Board remained status quo, with Jane Schrader Lynch (2,118) and Michael Hartline (1,528) edging out Democrat Jim Brickman (1,046) in Region 3 and Betty Huf (1,660) keeping her Region 2 seat from Mark Greiner (1,299). Kati Driban in Upper Southampton ran unopposed and held on to her Region 1 seat.

Republican Stephen Sweder (3,164) defeated Ray Regan (2,232) for the township auditor position, while Barbara "Bobbie" Loftus ran unopposed for re-election to township tax collector.
Rochelle Wells November 06, 2013 at 02:59 PM
Frank Feinberg - I'm not happy with the results. I wish you would have served another term.
Irene November 07, 2013 at 07:51 AM
According to Nov. 7th Intelligencer front page article, Feinberg blames Obamacare for losing the election, then further on in the article he complains about the Republican Committee, "Facts were spun and omitted, but I guess that's politics in today's world". It's a wonder he didn't blame Bush.
Frank Feinberg November 07, 2013 at 11:50 AM
Irene - I didn't make this stuff up. If you have been reading the papers or watching TV news shows they have said many times that Obamacare would cause some Democrats their elections. Could we have done a better job in our campaign - of course. But when Democrats lose all over Bucks County it's more than one campaign contributing to the loses. As to the spin issue: in December of 2010 the Chairman of the Warminster Republican Party stood up at a Township meeting and asked the Democratic majority to raise taxes rather than layoff Police. We did and now he allows us to be attacked because we listened to him and had a small tax increase (less than $14 a month per house). How do you want me to deal with that without feeling betrayed? Frank Feinberg
Irene November 07, 2013 at 01:25 PM
Frank I would expect you to accept the fact that you lost the election as you did with your comments on Nov. 6th.
Frank Feinberg November 07, 2013 at 03:50 PM
What are you talking about ? Of course I fully accept the FACT that I lost. I was trying to explain something to you because I thought you had questions. It appears that you do not want to hear anything from me but that I know I lost. I lost !


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