Warminster Voter's Guide: 2013 Election

See which candidates are running in Tuesday's election.

Tuesday is general election day in Pennsylvania. 

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Poll Problems? Contact the Bucks Board of Elections at: 215-348-6154. 

Voting: The Pennsylvania Voter ID law is not mandatory for the General Election, according to the county’s Web site. Voters will be asked for photo identification, but will still be permitted to vote even without it. People voting for the first time in a new district will be required to show ID.

Warminster Supervisor, six-year term, vote for two 

Jason Croley, Republican

Daniel J. McPhillips, Republican

Brian Munroe, Democrat

Frank Feinberg, Democrat

Centennial School District Region 2: four-year term, vote for one

Betty Huf, Republican

Mark Greiner, Democrat

Centennial School District Region 3: four-year term, vote for two

Michael Hartline, Republican

Jane Schrader Lynch, on both ballots

Jim Brickman, Democrat

Township Auditor: Six-year term, vote for one

Stephen Sweder IV, Republican

Raymond Regan, Democrat

Warminster Tax Collector: Four-year term, vote for one

Barbara "Bobbie" Loftus, cross-filed both parties

Judge of the Superior Court: Vote for 1

Vic Stabile, Republican

Jack McVay Jr., Democrat

District Attorney: Vote for 1

David Heckler, Republican

Sheriff: Vote for 1

Edward Duke Donnelly, Republican

Dennis McCauley, Democrat

Prothonotary: Vote for 1

Patricia L. Bachtle, Republican

Ronald J. Smolow, Democrat

Recorder of Deeds: Vote for 1

Joseph Szafran, Republican

James T. O’Brien, Democrat

County Controller: Vote for 1

Raymond F. McHugh, Republican

John Jordan, Democrat

Frank Feinberg November 04, 2013 at 08:44 AM
You are RIGHT and I am WRONG and bleary eyed. Too much reading and campaign stuff. I apologize !! Frank
James Boyle November 04, 2013 at 09:08 AM
No worries! Good luck tomorrow.
Jane Lynch November 05, 2013 at 08:43 AM
Hey Frank, your candidate for School Board in Region 3 has not answered any inquiries for his bio or positions to The League of Women's Voters Guide, The Intelligence's Voter's Guide or the Warminster Patch Voters Guide. You took the time to answer but he did not!! What is the complaint?? Let the people know where you stand and let them vote and be informed of your positions. Your school board candidate did not answer any newspaper inquiries.
Irene November 05, 2013 at 02:26 PM
I resented being called @ 8:00 p.m. on Sunday nite by a recorded message stemming from the Democratic Party candidate for Supervisor for Warminster. To add insult to injury, the caller spouted such lies about the Republican Supervisors, too bad it was recorded. Fortunately, Bobbie Loftus Tax Collector left a recorded message the next day refuting the message left by the Democratic Candidate. Can still remember the debacle over a certain Dem. supervisor leaving office in a huff because she was caught in an unlawful act regarding insurance.
sally ann November 05, 2013 at 07:53 PM
@Jane Lynch. Wow you have some audacity posting anything disparaging about anyone!! Or has the many years of party flip-flopping and family favors dulled your memory? Just fade away honey, you’ve done enough damage.


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