Eileen Albillar for Clerk of Courts
Eileen Hartnett Albillar, MSW is a Social Worker with twenty years’ experience in advocacy, leadership, management, and administration in both non-profit and government organizations. Eileen returned to Bucks County in 2010 to raise her family with her husband. She currently serves as the Director of Community Engagement with the Bucks County Opportunity Council. In addition, she served on the Warrington Township Board of Supervisors since 2018. She looks forward to applying her experience as a social worker, township supervisor, and as director of community engagement to the Clerk of Courts office.
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Kris Ballerini for Treasurer
Kris and her husband Rocco call Bucks County home after raising their two daughters in the Pennsbury School District. An advocate for victims of crime for ten years, she continues to use her voice to speak for those who cannot. With nearly fifteen years in branch banking, she was prepared when she took on the role as Treasurer in 2020 to handle all cash operations of the County. In her time as Treasurer she has improved, streamlined and modernized the office which allowed for increased revenue to the bottom line. An avid reader, she spends her Thursday evenings in the Newtown Bookshop where she sells banned books.
Linda Bobrin for Register of Wills
Linda Bobrin is an attorney and small business owner who maintained a legal practice for many years. She was elected as a Newtown Township Supervisor and was then elected to county office, having been elected as the Bucks County Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans’ Court, beginning her current term in January of 2020. During her tenure as Register of Wills, she has worked to make her office more efficient by making many of the procedures paperless and more customer friendly. In addition, she has begun a free wedding program for veterans and first responders. Weddings for Heroes includes full weddings from “soup to nuts” for our local heroes as well as a Valentines Day wedding program for the entire community.
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Patti Campi for Coroner
Patti Campi is a lifelong Democrat who has resided in Bucks County for the past 45 years. She is a small business owner of a union carpentry company which she runs with her husband, Gerry. In addition, she is a part-time outpatient oncology registered nurse in Doylestown. Patti and Gerry were blessed with two children who were born and raised in Bucks County that are now married and parents themselves. Family is the driving factor for her desire to take on a larger role in the democratic party, especially after the birth of her grandchildren this past summer. Patti has a unique combination of business, managerial, and medical skills which combined with her patient advocacy, compassion, and empathy will assist in her role as coroner.
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Meet Bob and Diane:
Bob Harvie and Diane Marseglia are lifelong residents of Bucks County. Diane was raised in Lower Makefield, and now resides in Middletown Township, while Bob was raised in Bristol Borough and currently lives in Falls Township.
Before being elected as Commissioners, Diane worked as a clinical social worker, working with children and families in Bucks County for more than two decades. She has brought that belief that human services is an integral part of local government to her role as Commissioner, as she helped successfully rebuild our County Mental Health Care Crisis Center.
Bob served families in Bucks County for over 20 years as a teacher and chairman of the Social Studies Department at Bucks County Technical High School (BCTHS). Bob’s time as a teacher informs his commitment to creating a better Bucks County for families and future generations.
Bob Harvie and Diane Marseglia are fighting to make Bucks County work for middle class families.
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