State Committee Members
County Chairman: Carolyn Conner
Committee Members: John V. Rowe
County Committee Leadership
Chairman: Carolyn Conner
Vice-Chairman: William R. Allred, Jr.
Secretary: Angela Haines
Treasurer: Jeff Thompson
Local County Officials
Commissioners: Preston Boop, Jeff Reber
District Attorney: D. Peter Johnson
Sheriff: Ernest Ritter III
Register and Recorder: Lisa Seward
Prothonotary: Diane Miller
Auditors: Carol Manbeck and Donna Gemberling
Treasurer: Diane Reigle
Coroner: Dominick Adamo
Elected State and National Republican Officials
Joe Hamm was elected to serve the people of the 84th Legislative District in November 2020.
Joe graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science and government from Lock Haven University, as well as minors in business, psychology and leadership studies. His life goal is to always put country and community first and has proven that he will do just that through his time as a combat war veteran, volunteer firefighter, little league coach, township supervisor and borough manager.
Joe began his life of service at a young age, joining a local volunteer fire department at 14 years old. He served in the volunteer fire service for over 15 years, during which he rose through the ranks and ultimately earned the position of captain. Prior to his election to the House of Representatives, Joe served in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard for six years, during which he earned the Combat Infantryman Badge (CIB) and the Army Commendation Medal while serving in Iraq.
After being honorably discharged, he went on to serve his community as supervisor and board chairman of Hepburn Township, a member of the Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police Commission, chairman of the Lycoming County Republican Committee and as the Jersey Shore Borough manager.
Like many citizens raised in central Pennsylvania, Joe was instilled with the traditional values of hard work, personal integrity, and community service. He is committed to protecting those values in the state Capitol while fighting to reduce government spending, eliminate burdensome taxes, create a business-friendly environment so more family-sustaining jobs are created by small business owners, reducing regulations and working to ensure Pennsylvania’s struggling agriculture industry has the proper tools and support it needs to be successful.
Fred Keller is currently serving his first term in Congress, after being elected in a special election to fill the unexpired term of Congressman Tom Marino. Prior to Congress, Fred served five terms in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, where he developed a proven record of working hard to grow Pennsylvania’s economy and attract jobs, standing up for taxpayers, promoting agriculture, and tirelessly supporting local families and businesses.
State Rep. David H. Rowe has served his local community in Snyder and Union counties through numerous roles for more than a decade while being involved with multiple charitable organizations.
He attended National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan and participated in its Mandarin Chinese Immersion Study after two years of Christian missionary work as an educator in southeast Asia. For the past nine years, Rowe has been the owner and operator of CrossFit Lewisburg, which employs several local residents. He attends the New Hope Lutheran Brethren Church in East Buffalo Township and is a leader of its music ministry.
As an active leader in the local community, Rowe served as vice-chairman of the East Buffalo Board of Supervisors; secretary of the Union County Republican Committee; a member of the Capital Campaign Council of Evangelical Community Hospital; director of the Central Susquehanna Fire and Emergency Services board; and commissioner of the Buffalo Valley Regional Police Department, among other leadership roles. Rowe has financially supported the Expectations Women’s Center, a pro-life pregnancy aid center in the Lewisburg area; the Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority; Union County Library; local youth sports clubs; and more.
As an East Buffalo Township supervisor, Rowe never voted to raise taxes or expand government regulations. These fiscally conservative policies will continue to be his top priorities as a state representative.
On Sept. 17, 2019, Rowe began representing Pennsylvania’s 85th District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives after a special election victory on Aug. 20. The district includes most of Union and Snyder counties, including Lewisburg, Middleburg, Mifflinburg and Selinsgrove.
Since his earliest days of public service, Pat Toomey has been a champion for job creation, economic growth, and more prosperity for all Pennsylvanians. He’s been a principled leader fighting for fiscal responsibility as well as for ending the overspending, higher taxes, and excessive red tape coming out of Washington.
Pat was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1998 and stuck to his commitment to serve only three terms. He also was the president of the Club for Growth, operated a small restaurant business in the Lehigh Valley, and worked in the financial services industry.
More info: official site – toomey.senate.gov campaign site – toomeyforsenate.com
Senator Gene Yaw was elected to represent the 23rd Senatorial District in November 2008.
Prior to running for the Senate, Yaw served as Lycoming County solicitor for 17 years and was named County Solicitor of the Year in 2004. He has also served as general counsel to the Pennsylvania College of Technology for more than 20 years and now serves on its Board of Directors.
Senator Yaw serves as Chairman of the Environmental Resources and Energy Committee. He is also a member of the Judiciary, Law and Justice, Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Banking and Insurance, Rules and Executive Nominations Committees and the Majority Policy Committee.
More info: senatorgeneyaw.com