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Current Radnor Republican Officials & Candidates

 

November 8, 2022
General Election

Radnor Republicans will see
5 candidates on their ballots this fall.

 
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Chris Quinn for Representative in the General Assembly 168th District

"As our State Representative, Chris looks for commonsense solutions to many of today’s problems.  He stood up to the Harrisburg special interests by opposing a massive tax and spend budget that would have increased taxes by $1 billion.  Chris Quinn is an independent leader who has a reputation for putting our families, our jobs and our communities ahead of the divisive politics in Harrisburg. From safe schools and commonsense gun laws to increased funding for healthcare and public education, Chris Quinn is a tireless fighter for Delaware County families and taxpayers."

Dave Galluch for U.S. Congress

"Dave spent his time in the Navy defusing bombs. Now he is running for Congress in Pennsylvania's 5th Congressional District and is ready to go to Washington to defuse our explosive politics. A battle-tested leader, Dave has lived a life defending freedom and upholding our constitution. As the son of a single mom, he's seen the value and importance of hard work and experienced the American Dream firsthand."

PA statewide Republican candidates:

US Senate - Mehmet Oz
PA Governor - Douglas Mastriano
PA LT Governor - Carrie Lewis Delrosso

https://www.delawarecountygop.com/2022-statewide-candidates

 

Radnor Board of Commissioners

Commissioner Jake Abel, Ward 6

Commissioner Abel was elected Ward 6 Commissioner in November 2016. Abel began his career as a Foreign Policy assistant with the Office of the Speaker in Washington, DC. He later became a Professional Staff Member with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) where he conducted oversight of counter-terrorism programs and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis. Jake then served as an Intelligence Officer with the Defense Intelligence Agency where he analyzed and briefed senior government officials on global terrorism threats. He has lived in Radnor since 2011 with his wife and four sons.