Commissioner Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia was elected to the Bucks County Board of Commissioners in November 2007, and was sworn in on January 7, 2008. She is a lifelong resident of Bucks County and now resides in Middletown Township, where she served her community on both the Neshaminy School Board and the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors. Commissioner Ellis-Marseglia advocates for responsive government that supports healthy families. She has served as chairperson of the Youth Aid Panel, coordinator of the Teen Task Force, and is a member of the Neshaminy Suicide Task Force.Recognized as a fiscal watchdog, Commissioner Ellis-Marseglia will assure taxpayers that their dollars will be spent on achievable, visible results. Commissioner Ellis-Marseglia holds a bachelorís degree from the University of Delaware, (Sociology, Criminal Justice), and earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Middletown.
Det Ansinn is a graduate of Central Bucks West and Drexel University. Mr. Ansinn was elected to Doylestown Borough Council in 2005 and became Doylestown Borough Council President in 2008. In addition to his role as Council President, Mr. Ansinn is also Past President of the Bucks County Free Library and currently sits on the Bucks County Open Space Review Board. Mr. Ansinn has founded several successful technology companies creating well-paying jobs within our local community. He is currently the President of Brick Simple, a technology company speciallizing in mobile and web-based software development for mobile, staffing, industrial, as well as public safety and criminal justice applications. Mr. Ansinn and his family live in Doylestown.
Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
Boockvar is currently Senior Attorney for the Advancement Project,
engaged primarily in non-partisan election-related work. This has
included statewide and national advocacy and collaboration with
government officials, administrative agencies, organizations,
coalitions, unions, and legislators, to ensure that voting rights and
election administration laws are enforced fairly, effectively, and
accurately, so that no eligible voter is wrongly disenfranchised.
ten years she maintained a law practice in Eastern Pennsylvania,
focusing primarily on Employment, Unemployment Compensation, Insurance,
Pensions, Estate Planning, Social Security Disability, and Civil Rights.
This practice included litigation before the U.S. Court of Appeals and
U.S. District Courts, Commonwealth Court, and administrative agencies.
she was a staff attorney for Lehigh Valley Legal Services, Inc., and
for Northern Pennsylvania Legal Services, Inc. where she represented
clients in Unemployment Compensation, Social Security Disability, Family
Law, Protection from Abuse, Housing, Elder Law, Bankruptcy, and
Juvenile Dependency matters including litigation in state trial and
appellate courts and administrative agencies.
is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a law degree
from American University. She resides in Doylestown Township with her
family. Boockvar was endorsed by the Democratic State Committee earlier
this month and was recommended by the PA Bar Association.