Don and Joanne are joined by Stan Casacio and Bucks County Republican candidates Pamela Van Blunk, Coleen Christian, and Stephen Corr. Senator Doug Mastriano also makes his weekly call.
Bucks County Controller Candidate Pamela Van Blunk, Esq. (Lower Makefield Twp) is a Bucks County attorney who is ready to bring her years of legal experience to the Controller’s office, serving as the fiscal watchdog on behalf of taxpayers.
The Controller is the county’s chief financial officer and chief auditor, with the ability to issue subpoenas and take testimony under oath related to the County’s finances and spending. Pam’s experience as a trial attorney gives her important insight and understanding on these critical issues.
As a single mother who put herself through law school, Pam understands the challenges Bucks County families face, and will fight to make sure that each of their hard-earned tax dollars are spent responsibly and with accountability.
Bucks County Prothonotary Candidate Coleen Christian (Upper Makefield) is a former Township Supervisor, entrepreneur, and small business woman whose experience in both the public and private sectors has positioned her to serve as Bucks County’s chief clerk in the civil courts division. Coleen is committed to modernizing the Prothonotary’s office, and serving both the public, and the legal community, in a more effective and efficient way.
A graduate of Villanova University, with a certificate in Urban Planning from Harvard University, Coleen has been responsible for managing a number of projects in the private sector, coordinating significant budgets, overseeing a large staff, and meeting deadlines. She looks forward to using her years of experience to better serve the people of Bucks County.
Judge of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas Candidate Stephen Corr, Esq. (Warrington Twp) believes that Bucks County deserves a judicial system grounded in the fair, impartial, and decisive application of justice. His career, both in the law and in public service, has prepared him to be the voice our community needs as our next Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
Serving his community has been central to Corr’s career, having served on the board of directors for the Bucks County Bar Association, the Central Bucks School District (three terms), and the Warrington Township Parks & Recreation Department.