Week of 5.06.19

I started off the week by doing some tv and radio interviews across the State. I was on the Sam Lesante show, who hosts the number 1 talk show in Northeastern PA. You can see the video here: www. https://youtu.be/qf9iVC4a1g0

I had a great meet and greet in Upper Bucks County on Friday night. Thank you to Walter, for opening up your home to me and District Judge Gary Gambardella so we could meet the voters. Also, a huge thank you to Pidge for your help! 

I was honored to be the ONLY SUPERIOR COURT CANDIDATE to recieve and “A” rating from the Conservative Christian Center. The York Action and the CCC held a candidates’ forum in York on Friday night. 

On Saturday I was at another meet and greet in Westmoreland County. Thank you Susan for setting it up. 

Week of 4.29.19

Most of this week was filled with radio and television interviews including one from Berks County at WFYL with Clay Breece. I had the opportunity to talk about my 27 years of courtroom experience and my motivation for running for Court. I was also interviewed on the Sam Lesante show. I appreciate the opportunities to get my message out to the voters. 

On Thursday evening I met with voters in the Southeast. I had the opportunity to present several veterans with a defender bracelet. Freedom insn’t free. I truly appreciate the sacrifice all veterns make for our country. Thank you! 

A big thank you to Clarion County Chair Rick Rathfon for the opportunity to speak at the Spring breakfast. I had a warm reception and it was great meeting voters. 


I am honored to recieve the endorsement from the Lehigh Valley Tea Party. Thank you for recognizing my commitment to uphold our Constitution. You can read more at www.LVTP.org.

It was a packed house at the Warren County Republican Committee dinner. I enjoyed sharing my experience and motivation with Warren County. Warren for Warren!!

On Sunday,a true grassroots effort got me across the State when my car died. A big shout out to Jackie, Irene, Mark, and Beverly for shuttling to my events in westerna and easten PA……. and getting me there ON TIME!  MORAL OF THE STORY: Grassroots gets it done! 

On Sunday I was honored to sponser the PA Ag Republians Kentucky Derby event in Lebanon County. Agriculute is the #1 industry in PA, but too often our farmers are overlooked. Thank you to the unsung heroes – the farmers who toil to feed us! 


Week of 4.22.19

We are only about four weeks out from election time and it’s full steam ahead. Thank you all for your continued support and encouragement. We are gaining momentum every day and together we will do this. 

This weeks my signs were going up across the State. Thank you to all the volunteers! Reach out to me if you want yard signs. 

GREAT NEWS! I was recommended by Firearms Owners Against Crime (FOAC). FOAC is committed to protecting our 2nd Amendment rights. Please read more about FOAC at www.foac-pac.org

On Saturday and Sunday I hit the campaign trail in Northampton County. My chairperson, Cheryl Allen spoke on my behalf at several events including Union and Blair counties. I am so blessed to have her on my team. 


Week of 4.15.19

I will be featured on the Pennsylania Cable Network (PCN) on Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. on a show called On the Issues.  I did an unedted, 30 minute one-on-one interview about my candidacy. I encourage everyone to watch it to find out more about me and my campaign. 

What an enthusiastic crowd a the Trump rally held by the Delaware County Kitchen Table Patriots on Tuesday night. I was grateful to be able to speak with everyone about my candidacy. I appreciated the support from such a great group of patriots! 

On Thursday I attended the Berks County Patriots meeting and was able to speak and answer questions. Thank you Clay Breece and the rest of the Patriots for your support! 

On Friday I was on the Dean Malik (Southeast PA) talk radio show. 

Saturday morning I started my day campaigning in Warminster, Bucks County with District Judge Gary Gambardella and Don Beish. I met so many wonderful people who were enthusiastic about my candidacy. 

I attended the Berks County Young Republicans awards dinner. What a great crowd and I am humbled by their support. Thank you to Josh Fidler for the opportunity to meet your team of highly motived professionals. 


Week of 4.8.19

On Tuesday night, April 9th I had the opportunity to speak at the Clinton County Republican monthly committee meeting. Thank you Kurt Smith and other committee members for your hospitality.                          


This week I was honored to recieve two major endorsements from first responders. The first one was from the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 22 in Philadelphia, which represents thousands of fire fighters and paramedics.  I was the only Republican candidate to recieve this endorsement and I am humbled. These first responders risk their lives every day to protect us, our property, and the environment. Thank you local 22!

The second endorsement I recieved this week was from the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association, which represents almost 5,000 active men and women assigned to protect the citizens and visitors of this great Commonwealth. It was a privilege to have a solid working relationship with State Troopers when I was the elected District Attorney. This endorsement recognizes my commitment to law and order and shows the trust and confidence in me by one of the the finest and lagest law enforcement agencies in the country. Thank you PSP! 

I had a whirlwind weekend traveling across the State. I started on Friday by traveling to Philadelphia to attend the Pa Society luncheon. Then I drove two hours to Snyder County for their dinner. I saw some familiar faces like my colleague, fellow elected District Attorney Mike Piecuch. 

I started off the day on Saturday by attending a meet and greet at Cambria County Republican Headquarters. On my way home, I stopped in Montour County and met with supporters and I ended the night in Northumberland County at my good friend, Representatinve Kurt Masser’s annual dueling piano event. I am so proud of Kurt for being elected to the House Republican Leadership team as Caucus Administrator. I can’t thank him enough for his endorsement and unwavering support of my candidacy. 



Week of 4.1.19

On Monday I spent the day in Erie at Sara’s Restaurant, a staple located at the foot of Presque Isle. They had their seasonal grand opening and I met with hundreds of people. I had a great weekend in the west. 

On Tuesday I recieved a letter that I was recommended by the PA Pro-Life Federation Political Action Committee. This recognition reinforces to voters across the state about my commitment to uphold the Constitution and not legislate from the bench. 

On Thursday I spoke at the Lehigh Valley Tea Party meeting. It’s great to see so many people passionate about our Constitution. 

On Friday and Saturday I atteded the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference in Camp Hill. It was great to speak about my experience, motivation, and determination for running for Superior Court. It was good to see so many of my supporters. Thank you all for the continued support. 

Saturday night I traveled to Montgomery County and met with fellow Grangers. I was at the 2nd oldest Grange in PA : Keystone Grange #2. The Grange is a wholesome family organization that works together for the betterment of the community and agriculture. 

Sunday afternoon I attened the Pike County Council of Republican Women Spring Dinner. I was thankful for the opportunity to speak about my qualificaitons. It was good to see Pike County District Attorney, Ray Tonkin. 


Week of 3.25.19

On March 28th I spent the day in the southeastern part of the state meeting and talking with key supporters. I was in Philadelphia for part of the day and saw some old friends that want to help me. I am blessed to have so many people willing to help. 

A busy weekend in the West. I attended an inspirational prayer breakfast in Pittsburgh on Friday morning followed by the opening of the Second Chance Legal Clinic. My Chairperson, retired Superior Court Judge Cheryl Allen was instrumental in helping to open this clinic. 

On Saturday I helped at the Meyersdale LIons Club pancake breakfast.at the Chief Justice Thomas Saylor Community Center. It was great to see so many young people volunteer. I also visited a fallen firefighters memorial and payed my respects. Later that evening I drove to Fayette County for a meet and greet. I met so many wonderful people and they even baked me a wonderful cake! Sunday I am spending the day in Erie.

On Sunday I traveled to Lawrence County and Erie. I met with several people at Republican Headquarters in Erie. 


Week of 3.18.19

On Tuesday, March 19th I attended the Lebanon 9-12 Project event in Lebanon County. I appreciated the opportunity to speak to a group of patriots who love our Country and are willing to stand for what is right. Thank you to Chairman Jim Rodkey for giving me the opportunity to speak to your group. 

On Wedndesday, March 20th I recieved great news: I will be the 1st ballot position on the Republican ticket for the May 21st Primary Election. I appreciate everyone’s support and prayers. Let’s keep the momentum going and click the volunteer button if you would like to help with my campaign. THANK YOU!!

On Friday night I attended the Precious Life, Inc. banquet in Altoona. There were about 700 people at the event and I was able to talk with many people. I saw some familiar faces from Blair County. 

On Saturday, March 21st I met with voters in Luzerne and Carbon Counties. 


Weel of 3.11.19

On March 11th  and 12th we filed over 5,600 petition signatures from over 50 counties. I am humbled by the support from so many supporters across the state. This was truly a grass-roots effort. Thank you so much to those who circulated and signed my petition. .  

On March 11th I traveled from Harrisburg to Blair County where I met with Blair County DA, Rich Consiglio. Rich and his staff are doing a great job in Blair County. Later that evening I attended a candidates forum hosted by the Blair County Republican Woman. What a well-attended event. I was able to speak on my motivation for running for court and about my 27 years of experience.  

On Tuesday night, March 12th I attended the Carbon County Lincoln Day Dinner. This is right in my backyard and I was well-recieved. I had the opportunity to speak with former Congressman Lou Barletta and it was great to see him again.. Lou spoke to the audience and stated how when he gives speeches he always speaks from the heart. So many politicians are told what to say and how to say it. There is no substitue for being genuine and staying true to who you are. This is one thing that makes Lou Barletta such a well-respected person. Please pray for Lou’s two-year-old grandson as he undergoes cancer treatments. 

On Saturday, March 16th I attendended the Firearms Owners Against Crime (FOAC) rally in Washington County. I saw so many familiar faces including good friend Butler County Sheriff Mike Slupe, Washing County District Attorney Geno Vittone, Alleghany County council member at-large Sam DeMarco, The event was well-attended and I had an opportuniny to talk with so many people. My Chair, Superior Court Judge Cheryl Allen (retired) was with me. She is such a great person and I am honored to have her as the Chair of my campaign. 

On Sunday, March 17th I had an opportunity to meet with some farmers from Schuylkill County. It was good to listen to their concerns and talk to them about my experience and why I would be a good choice for Superior Court Judge. 


Week of 3.4.19 

On March 6th I attended an event held by the Lehigh Valley Tea Party. What a great group of people who support our Constitution. 

On March 7th I met with Republicans in Luzerne County and picked up petitions. I am humbled by the amount of people circulating my petition across the state. 

On Sunday, March 10th I attended a St. Patrick’s Day gathering hosted by former Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick in Bucks County. Mike and I worked together at Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel.. I really appreciate Mike’s support and the support from so many Bucks County Republicans. 

Week of 2.25.19

On Friday, March 1st I went back to my hometown of Danville and enjoyed a great night at the Montour County Republican Gala. I saw so many familiar faces and enjoyed talking to so many people. It was good to see Representative Kurt Masser and it means a lot to have his support. He is so well respected in the community. I lived in Danville for 20 years and was the first female District Attorney ever elected to Montour County.

On Saturday, March 2nd I travelled to Greene County where I spoke about why my 27 years of courtroom experience is so critical to the position of Superior Court Judge. I also talked about my motivation for running and how I was denied justice after the death of my father and brother. I look forward to speaking with voters across the state and sharing my message. 

On Sunday, March 3rd  I travelled to Somerset County, attended church, and met with a group of fellow Republicans. I answered lots of questions.