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All of Montgomery County, PA May 21, 2013 Election
Judge; Court of Common Pleas; District 38; Republican Party Voter Information

10 Year Term.

This contest will only appear on Republican party ballots.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Sharon Giamporcaro 13,416 votes 36.00%

  • Party: Republican, Democratic
Maureen Coggins Click here for more information about this candidate 13,053 votes 35.03%
  • Party: Republican, Democratic
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • Montgomery County District Attorney's Office
  • Lehigh County Chief Public Defender
  • Special Prosecutor - Pa. SPCA
  • Montgomery County Assistant Solicitor
  • Montgomery County Solicitor for involuntary commitment hearings at Norristown State Hospital
  • Sole Practitioner and Small Business Owner
  • Follow the Constitution and apply it fairly and impartially.
  • Equal justice for all that appear before the Court.
  • Equal access to the court system.
Gail Weilheimer 5,767 votes 15.48%
  • Party: Republican, Democratic
Steven C. Tolliver 5,026 votes 13.49%
  • Party: Republican, Democratic

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