Three judicial candidates endorsed by ChamberPAC, the political arm of the PA Chamber, won statewide appellate court elections last week. This includes Judge Kevin Brobson who was elected to the State Supreme Court and Megan Sullivan who was elected to State Superior Court. Of two open seats to the Commonwealth Court, Stacy Wallace was elected, but the second seat has not yet been determined.
“ChamberPAC was proud to endorse these candidates because we believe they each offer a commitment to judicial ethics and deep knowledge of the issues facing the Commonwealth’s business community,” said Gene Barr, President and CEO of the PA Chamber.
Brobson, who will replace outgoing Republican Justice Thomas Saylor, has served on Commonwealth Court since 2010, and for the past year, as its president judge. Before that, he practiced law in the private sector – specializing in commercial litigation and administrative law.
Sullivan, a former Pennsylvania deputy attorney general, will serve on the Superior Court, which handles civil and criminal appeals.
Wallace, an attorney and president of the McKean County Bar Association, will serve on Commonwealth Court, which hears cases for suits involving state agencies.