Reader Poll: Which GOP Commonwealth Court candidate will be the top vote-getter?

pagopThe primary is fast approaching and campaigns want to finish in the top spot to secure a good ballot position.  

So we put the question to you, which GOP Commonwealth Court candidate will be the top vote-getter?

 

Which GOP Commonwealth Court candidate will be the top vote-getter?


  • Judge Christine Fizzano Cannon (79%)
  • Paul N. Lalley (21%)

Total Voters: 6,277

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April 12th, 2017 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Poll | 12 Comments

12 thoughts on “Reader Poll: Which GOP Commonwealth Court candidate will be the top vote-getter?”

  1. Dr. Carolina Baltazar Harris says:

    Complete Support for Christine Connon-Fizzano for Commonwealth Court judge

  2. Dr. Carolina Baltazar Harris says:

    Judge Christine Connon-Fizzano is and excellent candidate for this position.We the Yeadon Republican Committee give her our entire 18 committee votes

  3. Dave Tyler says:

    Judge Cannon-Fizzano has my 100 percent support. One of the best around. Dave Tyler

  4. Greg Brady says:

    Marsha, Marsha, Marsha. You obviously are bitter that your candidate did not make it through the Caucus process, Fizzano Cannon is the more qualified candidate by far. The PBA conducted a fair, non-partisan evaluation of each candidate and gave Fizzano Cannon their best rating “highly recommended” for a seat on the Commonwealth Court.

    Here is what they had to say about her:

    “The candidate has since 2012 served as a judge on the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas where she heads the civil trial section overseeing both civil and equity matters. At the same time, she has served as pretrial judge, responsible for deciding more than 800 motions and petitions. Having graduated from law school with honors, the candidate has continued her legal scholarship by lecturing extensively throughout the commonwealth on various areas of law. The candidate’s legal writing is clear, concise and thorough. Her courtroom demeanor has earned the respect of her colleagues as well as that of the attorneys and litigants who appear before her. The candidate’s extensive civic activities add depth to her illustrious legal career. The commission believes that the candidate would perform admirably as a judge on the Commonwealth Court and highly recommends her candidacy.”

    You can read all of the evaluations for yourself here: http://www.pabar.org/site/Members/Committees-Commissions/Judicial-Evaluation-Commission/2017-PBA-JEC-Ratings/Commonwealth-Court

  5. Bucky Delco says:

    if there are two openings and only two candidates, why is this a question?

  6. Marsha says:

    Lally is the better choice. The problem with Cannon is she associated herself with Andy Reily. She does didn’t even have the decency to show up for some of the caucus meetings and Reily pressured other people to drop out. Reily is a slime and is hurting Cannon in this race.

  7. Sherry Brown says:

    Having been a member of the bar along side Judge Christine Fizzano Cannon for many years, and knowing her reputation on the bench, she would make an outstanding Judge of the Commonwealth Court. Her experience also provides an excellent understanding of the the public sector issues subject to the Court.

  8. Andy Lewis says:

    Having served with Christine Fizzano Cannon on Delaware County Council, I know she has the intellect, temperament, work ethic, and judgment to make an outstanding addition to Commonwealth Court.

  9. GLORIA KELESHIAN says:

    Christine Cannon-Fizzano has my total vote and support.
    I will make sure all my family and friends vote for her..

  10. Paul Tarantino says:

    Judge Cannon-Fazzano understands and applies the law with deep understanding. A Judge worthy of the position.

  11. B. H. Cavanagh says:

    Judge Christine Cannon- Fizzano has an outstanding reputation for upholding and practicing law.

  12. ANTHONY,N,MARCOLONGO says:

    THERE COULD NOT BE A BETTER CANDIDATE FOR THE POSITION THAN [JUDGE CHRISTINE CANNON] .A,N, MARCOLONGO

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