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Northampton County Republican Committee

Chairman: Craig DeFranco
Vice Chair: Lee Snover
Secretary: June Vail
Treasurer: Jack Dowling

17th Congressional District Republican Candidates Debate -- 2014 Primary Election Campaign is Underway -- Events Updated - Your Voice and Vote Counts! Join us! - Support our Troops - Donate

The mission of the Northampton County Republican Committee is to consistently work toward good government for all by:
* promoting the principles of the Republican Party,
* encouraging communication with and active participation of voters in the promotion of good government and elections,
* and encouraging, training, and helping to elect Republican candidates seeking office.

17th Congressional District Republican Candidates Debate

The City of Easton Republican Committee and the Slate Belt Republican Association will be jointly hosting a debate between the Republican candidates -

Mr. Matthew Connolly,
Mr. Matthew Dietz,
and Dr. David Moylan

on Tuesday April 29, 2014 at 7:00 - 9:30 PM (Doors Open at 6:30 PM)
at the American Legion Post 724 Hall, 217 N Broadway, Wind Gap, PA 18091.

A meet and greet with the candidates will follow the debate program, and light refreshments will be available.

Interested voters are welcome to RSVP and submit questions for the candidates no later than April 26 by email to:, by mail to address Debate 17 Norco Committee c/o 3993 Berry Hollow Rd, Bangor, PA 18013 or by telephone 610-704-4353 or 610-393-8209. Persons submitting questions should state their name, county and city, borough, or township, and contact information for follow-up on questions, if necessary.

Position questions on current issues will be directed to a specific candidate drawn by random selection by a member of the debate panel. Each candidate will have an equal opportunity to give the lead answer in rotation to a question presented. He has 2 minutes to answer, and the other candidates also have 2 minutes to respond. The debate panel question presenter may ask the candidate for clarification of an answer. The candidate will have 1 minute to provide a clarification. We anticipate each question will take 8 to 10 minutes to complete.

Obamacare -- what you can do to change
Federal Spending -- bringing under control
Energy/Environment -- closing of power plants locally, coal regulations, Keystone pipeline, EPA water regulations
Taxation -- How do we change the existing tax system under the control of Congress.
Being a member of Congress -- how will you do things when you are only 1 of 435 members in Congress, 1 of 18 in the state delegation
Rights of the individual -- the focus will be on other rights - Privacy (NSA), invasive questionnaires via healthcare, etc.

The City of Easton Republican Committee and the Slate Belt Republican Association are hosting this event for the public to be informed about the candidates and their positions on important issues facing the country. Using this information, the public will know which candidate is the better choice to represent them in Congress.

Please see the article below for those municipalities in Northampton County that are in the 17th Congressional District.

An event poster is available to print and distribute to others in your area.

2014 Primary Election Campaign is Underway

The primary campaign is now underway. Petitions have been collected and filed. This is your second opportunity in the election process to know what each candidate stands for and how they view working together as a Republican team to represent your best interests.

The primary election process will select the candidates for the fall general election, but most importantly, the process is really focused on you. You are part of the team. Know your candidates and vote for the best candidate on primary election day May 20.

Based on your voting district, you may have the opportunity to vote for candidates for several of these offices.

    Offices this Election Cycle on Northampton County Ballots
  • US House of Representative 15th Congressional District
  • US House of Representative 17th Congressional District
  • Governor
  • Lt. Governor
  • PA Senate 18th district
  • PA Senate 40th district
  • PA House 131st district
  • PA House 135th district
  • PA House 136th district
  • PA House 137th district
  • PA House 138th district
  • PA House 183rd district
  • PA GOP State Committee (6 candidates)
  • NCRC (2 candidates per voting district)

Events Calendar Updated for April, May and June

Please participate by following and participating in events listed on the Events page and the Community Events page

Candidates or organizations wanting to list events on the calendar please send an email with details to

Important Information for Northampton County Voters -
Our Congressional Districts

For many years Northampton County was entirely in the 15th Congressional District. Northampton County is now represented by two Congressman. As part of the Congressional redistricting process Northampton County was divided into two Congressional Districts, the 15th and the 17th.

To find out whether you are in the 15th or 17th Congressional districts, following is a list of the represented areas:

15th Congressional District
17th Congressional District
City of Bethlehem
Wards 01 to 09, 14-16,
17 Blocks 1026,1123, 2018
and 2055 of tract 011300
City of Bethlehem
Ward 17 all except Blocks 1026,1123, 2018
and 2055 of tract 011300
Allen Township
City of Easton
Bushkill Township
Bethlehem Township
East Allen Township
Forks Township
Hanover Township
Lower Mount Bethel Township
Lehigh Township
Palmer Township
Lower Nazareth Township
Plainfield Township (Delabole District)
Lower Saucon Township
Upper Mount Bethel Township
Moore Township
Upper Nazareth Township (East District
Plainfield Township (Belfast,
Kesslersville, Plainfield Church Districts)
Washington Township
Upper Nazareth Township
(West District)
Bangor Borough
Williams Township
East Bangor Borough
Bath Borough
Freemansburg Borough
Chapman Borough
Glendon Borough
Hellertown Borough
Nazareth Borough
North Catasauqua Borough
Pen Argyl Borough
Northampton Borough
Portland Borough
Walnutport Borough
Roseto Borough
Stockertown Borough
Tatamy Borough
West Easton Borough
Wilson Borough
Wind Gap Borough

To see what areas in the Commonwealth are included in the 15th and 17th Congressional Districts, click this map link.

Important Information for Northampton County Voters - New PA Senate Districts

For many years Northampton County was represented by 3 PA Senate Districts. As part of the court appproved redistricting plan Northampton County was divided into two State Senatorial Districts, the 18th and the 40th.

To find out whether you are in the 18th or 40th PA Senate districts, following is a list of the represented areas:

18th PA Senatorial District
40th Senatorial District
City of Bethlehem
Northampton County Portion
Allen Township
City of Easton
Bushkill Township
Bethlehem Township
East Allen Township
Lower Saucon Township
Forks Township
Palmer Township
Hanover Township
Williams Township
Lehigh Township
Freemansburg Boro
Lower Mount Bethel Township
Glendon Boro
Lower Nazareth Township
Hellertown Boro
Moore Township
North Catasauqua Boro
Plainfield Township
Northampton Boro
Upper Mount Bethel Township
Stockertown Boro
Upper Nazareth Township
Tatamy Boro
Washington Township
West Easton Boro
Bangor Boro
Wilson Boro
Bath Boro
Chapman Boro
East Bangor Boro
Nazareth Boro
Pen Argyl Boro
Portland Boro
Roseto Boro
Walnutport Boro
Wind Gap Boro

Support our efforts to elect Republican candidates and inform the voters!

The NCRC is a 'grassroots' volunteer driven organization. We rely on and are thankful for the volunteer efforts of many people. Please use the Contribute link on this page to make a your secure donation. The committee and all its functions are supported by your generous contributions. Your support with a donation will provide us with the much needed funding to support our activities and the victory of Republican candidates.

Special Message to You

Please join us! We are always seeking dedicated volunteers to help. Please use the Participate link on this page or call 610-438-3319 to volunteer today!

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We thank you for your support of our troops!

Our Address, Hours and Location

Our mailing address is:
Northampton County Republican Committee
601 Stones Crossing Rd
Easton, PA 18045

Hours: Monday thru Thursday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

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