Welcome to the Re-Elect Judge Baranoski wesbite!

Running a campaign, even for Re-Election, is a big challenge. It is very difficult to get the message out to as many people as possible in such a short time – especially when Judge Baranoski is presiding over one of the busiest district courts in all of Bucks County!  This web site is a great way to quickly re-introduce the most qualified candidate for District Judge, Daniel Baranoski, and educate visitors on this campaign. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit us!  We hope you'll come back for updates in order to find all the information you need to make an informed decision. We look forward to hearing from you if you have any questions, need further information or want to join our team.

Remember – Experience and Integrity Matter!  As a district judge rooted in our community, Dan has already heard over 68,000 cases with even-handed justice.  He was chosen by the Bucks County President Judge and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to take over Lower Southampton Township to restore faith in the judicial system.  For the experience we know and trust, please help us support and re-elect Judge Dan Baranoski.

Important Dates to Remember

Since a Magisterial District Judge is a bipartisan position, we need the support of both Republicans and Democrats.  Candidates for judicial positions "cross file" and appear on both sides of the ballot.  This means everyone is needed to RE-ELECT Daniel Baranoski for District Judge in this Election!  So please remember these important dates to make your vote count: 

2019 PENNSYLVANIA ELECTIONS IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

Last day to REGISTER before the primary – April 22
Last day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot – May 14
Last day for Board of Elections to receive civilian absentee ballots – May 17
MUNICIPAL PRIMARY – May 21
Last day for Board of Elections to receive military/overseas absentee ballots – May 28
Last day to REGISTER before the November election – October 7
Last day to apply for a civilian absentee ballot – October 29
Last day for Boards of Elections to receive civilian absentee ballots – November 1
MUNICIPAL ELECTION – November 5