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Monday, May 15, 2017

Chris Kalacinski announces candidacy for Magisterial District Judge

My name is Chris Kalacinski and I am announcing my candidacy for Magisterial District Judge, subject to the May 16 Municipal Primary Election. 

My name will appear first on the Republican ballot and second on the Democratic ballot in Galeton and Ulysses Boroughs and the townships of Pike, Ulysses, Abbott, Hector, Bingham, Stewardson, West Branch, and Harrison.

I’ve served our great country, I’ve served our local community, now I’m ready to serve our district. 

I’d like to talk to you about the Office I’m running for, Magisterial District Judge. 

The district may be split into separate boroughs and townships, but they all make up one community. The MDJ position is a critical part of our justice system. It ensures that citizens receive the rights and due process that they are entitled to under our State and US Constitutions. 

I am not running for Magisterial District Judge for myself, I’m running so that I can serve you, the community. 

Serving the community is my passion. The backbone of a great community is its’ residents. In order for a community to flourish, it needs order and discipline along with somebody who can decipher and interpret the laws and ordinances that are developed to uphold that order and discipline. 

I will be impartial, I will be firm, and I will be fair. I am running for you because I know that I can give you, the community, the Magisterial Judge that you need and deserve. 

I will perform my duties following the seven core values that were instilled into me by the United States Army: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.

As Magisterial District Judge, there are of course limitations as to what one can do, but I assure you, my service and dedication to you and the community will have no limitations. 

You need someone who can, and will serve you to the best of their abilities, I know I will be that person for you.

Let me tell you about myself and why I am that person. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Mansfield University with an honor of the Dean’s List. I have experience working in several different aspects of our criminal justice system including: Police Officer, Probation and Parole Officer, Private Investigator, and Juvenile Counselor for at risk youth. 

I am also a United States Army Veteran where I served 5 years Active Duty, 1 year Active Reserve, and 2 years Inactive Reserve as a Military Police Officer and Investigator. I was privileged to have returned from a 13-month tour to Afghanistan. 

 While in the Army, I received several medals and accommodations for my service, hard work, and dedication.

I am a family oriented person. I am a proud father of a 16-year old daughter named Brielle who is active in softball, basketball, volleyball, and a member of the National Honor Society and a 13-year old son named Trey who is active in baseball, basketball, and soccer. 

I was privileged enough to grow up in a great community and just like any good parent, I want to afford our children the same opportunity to grow up in a great community, a safe community. I not only want that for our children, I want that for every man, woman, and child. In my free time, I volunteer coaching Little League Baseball, Softball, Junior High Basketball, and umpiring.

I will be taking my Pennsylvania Magisterial District Judge Certification in June 2017 so that if elected, I will be able to serve our district immediately following appointment. 

Your vote and support would be greatly appreciated on May 16th. See you at the polls, Thank you!

*Paid for by the Candidate


Anonymous said...

After the service, it seems that Mr. Kalacinski Has changed jobs like he has his women. Frequently. Mr. Murray has been employed at Patterson Lumber Company since leaving IUP.

Yes, Mr. Murray is young and may not have a degree or experience, however, how many people have started employment without these only to excel once they are in a new position?

As for Mr. Murray being in the bars and drinking, how often has he actually been seen drinking? Besides, I believe he is 25 and legal to drink. I am sure Mr. Kalacinski goes to the bars and drinks. Does this make him a bad candidate?

One thing about Mr . Murray he has not bad mouthed Mr. Kalacinski or ran him down, unlike Mr. Kalacinski has been with Mr. Murray. I'm sure Mr. Kalacinski has skeletons in his closet that he is hoping people have forgotten that Mr. Murray could bring up. I realize that is part of running for a position, however, Mr. Murray has shown he is more mature in that aspect and that speaks volumes.

So, Mr. Murray, you have my vote.

Anonymous said...

It seems YOU are the one slandering people!