LUCINDA — District Judge Timothy P. Schill, of Knox Township, has announced his candidacy for re-election.
Schill, 59, will seek both the Republican and Democratic nominations in the May 18 primary election.
The district Schill serves includes all of Washington, Farmington, Knox, Paint, Millcreek, Highland and Monroe townships. The district office is based in the county jail building in Marianne.
Schill was first elected in 2009 and was re-elected in 2015. He regularly attends continuing education courses offered by the Administrative Office of the Pennsylvania Courts and was most recently recertified by the AOPC in October.
“With help and support from the voters ... I will continue to represent integrity and promote trust in our local court system,” Schill said.
“My intention is to provide my constituents with the judicial service they have come to know in my previous and current years of service.”
Schill, a Lucinda resident and a member of St. Joseph church, holds memberships with the Fryburg Sportsman’s Club, National Rifle Association, North American Hunting Club and the Antler Club of Lucinda, where he has served as past president.