The Paul Lalley for Judge Committee has announced that county sheriffs across Pennsylvania are backing their campaign.
The dozen-plus officials released a signed letter illustrating their support.
“As sheriffs in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, we are honored to announce our endorsement of your candidacy for Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania,” they write. “After reviewing your credentials and experience, we know you will make a great addition to the Commonwealth Court.”
“As the son of a longtime County Sheriff, it is a great honor to have the support of county sheriffs from across the Commonwealth,” Lalley responded. “I greatly admire their service and dedication to keeping their communities safe and I am thankful for their support of my endeavor to serve Pennsylvania on the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.”
Paul Lalley is the GOP nominee for an open seat on the Commonwealth Court.
The list of sheriffs is included below:
Sheriff Eric Weaknecht, Berks County
Sheriff Edward Donnelly, Bucks County
Sheriff Michael Slupe, Butler County
Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh, Chester County
Sheriff Nick Hoke, Crawford County
Sheriff Ronny R. Anderson, Cumberland County
Sheriff Mary McFall Hopper, Delaware County
Sheriff John Loomis, Erie County
Sheriff Robert Fyock, Indiana County
Sheriff Carl J. Gotwald, Sr, Jefferson County
Sheriff Ray Gerringer, Montour County
Sheriff Eric Foy, Venango County
Sheriff Kenneth L. Klakamp, Warren County
Sheriff Jonathan Held, Westmoreland County
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So his father was a county sheriff. How many more of his relatives are or have been on the public payroll? The name seems too familiar.
Isn’t that the PA way, that everybody running now is a Hereditary Politician. As though that is a credential to qualify for office.
Erie County isn’t a GOP stronghold, but what party is its sheriff?
All republican strongholds.not impressed at all.