This past year has made us value our freedom more than ever, while becoming aware of how much liberal, progressivism has made inroads in all areas of society. Celebrate July 4th for all it stands for and pray for our country and its future.
During our 30 minute breakfasts you’ll get to meet candidates and leaders, learn about issues, and become equipped to impact your community.
Grab your coffee and join us for our first virtual breakfast meeting on Tuesday, April 27 at 7:30 am. Our guest is Kathy Barnette, candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2022.
Kathy is a homeschooling mom, military veteran, former Congressional candidate, conference speaker and conservative political commentator. She is an advocate for protecting the sanctity of life.
Pre-registration is required. Email email@example.com.
The 2021 Municipal Election is May 18th. Local elected positions have great influence over our lives and that of our families. Positions on the ballot include include:
- town council
- township supervisor
- municipal auditor
- school board
- judge of election
- majority and minority election inspectors
- tax collector
- judge in the Court of Common Pleas
If you’re interested in running for any of these positions we would like to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tonight, members of the UCRC interviewed two candidates for Court of Common Pleas, 17th Judicial District covering Union and Snyder counties. Brian Kerstetter and Lori Hackenberg are seeking to replace Judge Michael Hudock, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Kerstetter is a Snyder County Assistant District Attorney. Hackenberg is a Magisterial District Judge in Snyder County. Both maintain private law practices.