Category Archives: Candidates

Series of Petition Signing Events

2019 RCBC Pizza & Petitions EventThe Republican Party of Beaver County will host a series of Petition Signing Parties in a neighborhood near you. Dates & locations will be posted here as they are planned.

Check back regularly for more dates.

Printable list of all 2019 RCBC Petition Signing Events

More Campaign Signs are Ready for Pick Up




Rothfus          Ellsworth           Christiana          Mango               Bartolotta              Marshall

You can call Ralph Flara and make arrangements to pick up yard signs for these candidate at the RCBC Headquarters in Rochester. Call 724-513-6143 to arrange pick up or ask about delivery.

Tuesday, March 13th – Special Election in 18th District

If you are in the 18th Congressional District and support Rick Saccone, Get out to vote in this special election. Pass on this information to your family and friends.

If you support President Trump’s agenda, we need to give him a strong House of Representatives to help him MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! Connor Lamb will not be the one to do this.…..VOTE FOR RICK SACCONE on TUESDAY, MARCH 13th,

Volunteers from all districts are needed to work the Election Day Polls. Contact Tim Largerman 717-497-3310


A Great Evening!

The 2018 Lincoln Day Dinner was a Fabulous Event!

The room was buzzing with citizens of Beaver County, local Republican Officials and Committee Members, and Federal and State elected Officials and Candidates in the 2018 May Primary. Attendees were treated to remarks from all the candidates, with special focus on Jim Christiana, who is running for US Senate to defeat Bob Casey in November. The highlight of the evening was a Rapid Fire Q&A Session with Gubernatorial Candidates Laura Ellsworth and Paul Mango (Scott Wagner did not attend).

Video of Jim Christiana’s speech.

Beaver County Sheriff Candidate Tony Guy receives endorsement


Beaver County Sheriff Candidate Tony Guy received the endorsement of Fraternal Order Of Police Lodge #4 at their monthly meeting this evening.  Beaver Valley Lodge #4 represents approximately 300 members, and comprises nearly all of the municipal police offers in Beaver County as well as the rank and file deputies of the Sheriff’s Office.

The endorsement was based on an extensive 10-point questionnaire, which both candidates had responded to during the primary season.  Both candidates were also given an opportunity to speak to the membership.  The Lodge by-laws require a two thirds super majority to endorse a candidate.  The motion to endorse Guy passed by a unanimous vote.

“I’ve spoken to dozens of Beaver County police officers since launching my campaign.  To a man they’ve expressed their concern about the current Sheriff’s office and the need for drastic change.” Guy stated.  “During that time and through this endorsement process they’ve gotten to know my management background and command experience with the Pennsylvania State Police.  This unanimous endorsement indicates that the good men and women of law enforcement in Beaver County recognize that the Sheriff’s Office needs someone with leadership skills rather than a reactionary personality.  I commend the leadership and members of Lodge #4 for their commitment to developing a truly professional law enforcement community and I pledge to live up to my commitment to them to clean up the Sheriff’s Office.”

Daniel C. Camp III Announces Candidacy for Beaver County Commissioner

“It is time to move Beaver County forward with new leadership and new ideas.  I am ready for the challenge and eager to work fulltime for the people of Beaver County,” declared Daniel C. Camp as he officially announced his candidacy for Beaver County Commissioner.

Camp promised an aggressive and energetic campaign that will focus on the need for strong economic growth and the creation of good paying jobs for the hard-working families of the county.  “We have the best work force in the entire state,” said Camp.  “We need to convince companies of all size that this is a great place to live, raise a family and do business.”

In pursuing a better, more sustainable economic climate Camp also pledged to work with elected officials and leaders of both parties.  “The challenges we face in the upcoming years are challenges we face together.  When it comes to a better future for young people and a good quality-of-life for people of all ages, we must be united,” said Camp.  “This is why I will ask Republicans, Democrats and Independents for their support.”

Daniel and his wife, Samantha Rossi Camp, live in Center Township.  He is a graduate of Rochester Area High School and a lifelong resident of Beaver County.   Daniel, who works as a Dedicated Fleet Manager at Beemac Trucking in Ambridge Pa, also volunteers as a coach for Central Valley’s High School Football team.

“I am humbled by the opportunity to seek public office and ask all voters for their vote.”

Chippewa Attorney David J. Lozier has officially announced his campaign for Beaver County District Attorney for 2015.

Chippewa Attorney David J. Lozier has officially announced his campaign for Beaver County District Attorney for 2015.

David J. Lozier brings a reputation of honesty, character and conviction earned during his 27 year career as a trial attorney and advocate for his clients. He has appeared in court and litigated cases in over 20 Counties throughout Western Pennsylvania. The office of District Attorney requires a strong advocate to represent the people of Beaver County. The office of District Attorney requires a person whose integrity is above reproach.

“I am not running from inside the court house,” Lozier said. “Since the current District Attorney is not running for re-election, choosing a new DA from inside his office, or from those who have lived their entire legal careers currying favor in the court house, will not serve the Citizens of Beaver County.”

David J. Lozier will restore a strong code of professional ethics in the office of the District Attorney. There will be no favoritism shown for the friends and relatives of incumbents and donors to elected officials. The Citizens of Beaver County deserve better than repeated hiring of relatives and donors in violation of the anti-nepotism policy; contracts for services going to the same few families in spite of poor past performance and in violation of good business practices.

Attorney David J. Lozier resides in Chippewa Township with his wife of 23 years, Beth, and their two college aged daughters, Sarah and Rebecca.