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Matthew MengesThank you for visiting the official campaign website of Matt Menges for Judge. Matt seeks election to one of three open seats for the York County Court of Common Pleas.

The Court of Common Pleas is Pennsylvania's court of general jurisdiction, which means most court cases originate at this level. The Court of Common Pleas hears civil cases, criminal cases, juvenile cases, divorce, custody, adoptions, wills and estates, protection from abuse and more.  To learn more about the Court of Common Pleas click here.

A competent judge must have diverse experience in all of these areas, as they may be called upon to preside over any case over which the Court of Common Pleas has jurisdiction. Please continue browsing the website to see how Matt has the required experience, temperament, and commitment to service to be a Judge in the Court of Common Pleas. Thank you for visiting! 

*** If you would like a yard sign or other campaign material, they are available at Trinity Law, 145 East Market Street, York; One Way Janitorial, 2410 West Market Street, York; and Republican Headquarters, 2453 Kingston Court, York (Democratic headquarters has not allowed the campaign to have material available).  If none of those locations are convenient, simply use the "Contact Us" link above.  If you provide your address and let us know you would like a yard sign or other material, a campaign volunteer will deliver it to you. Thank you!***


Monday, May 8, 2017 8:10 AM

Conservative Christian Center gives A rating

Conservative Christian Center, the successor to York County Action, gave Matt an "A" rating at its candidate forum Friday evening.  Matt was one of only two judicial candidates to earn such a rating based on his responses to the Center's survey.  The survey focuses on conservative values and each candidate's testimony of Christian faith. 

All candidates for judge were given the opportunity to participate and to speak at the forum.  A straw poll was held at the conclusion of the forum, but the results from that poll have not yet been released.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 12:00 AM

PA Family Institute releases Voter's Guide

The Pennsylvania Family Institute has released its 2017 Judicial Primary Guide.  As of this release, Matt is one of only two candidates who has responded.  To go directly to Matt's responses, click here.

Monday, May 1, 2017 1:36 PM

Sen. Rich Alloway and Rep. Seth Grove release statements about Matt's campaign

Matt is very pleased have Sen. Rich Alloway and Rep. Seth Grove as friends who have released the following statements in support of the campaign:

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 12:00 AM

Matt participates in Judicial Candidate Forum

Matt participated in the Judicial Candidate Forum sponsored by the York Bar Association, YDR, and Fox 43.  This article from the York Dispatch accurately, but incompletely summarized the forum.  Notably, Matt closed the forum by explaining his proposal to double spending on drug treatment courts by using seized drug money, without raising taxes or cutting other programs.   

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 2:52 PM

Large signs go up at supporting locations

Matt and his campaign send special thanks to those supporters and businesses who have allowed large campaign signs to be placed on their property.  Thank you to Country Homes Real Estate, Louie's Auto Service and Towing, The Markets at Hanover and many more!

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