Scarfaro to run for Magisterial District Judge in District 31-1-07 in Whitehall
January 16, 2019 WHITEHALL, PA – To a full house at Maza Middle Eastern Cuisine in Whitehall, Alberta Scarfaro announced her candidacy for Magisterial District Judge in Whitehall’s District 31-1-07.
Scarfaro discussed her family’s history in the Lehigh Valley and emphasized the role that the Whitehall community has played in her life and in the life of her family.
“This campaign isn’t about winning an election; it is about serving a community, our community. I look forward to earning your support, not to win an office, but to serve our community. I look forward to serve as judge, not to advance my own career, but to provide justice and compassion in service to our community.”
Scarfaro didn’t shy away from her personal story, including the passing of her husband nearly fifteen years ago and the challenges of raising two children as a single mom. She beamed when she discussed her children’s accomplishments, both graduates of Whitehall High School.
Scarfaro also hinted at what kind of judge she would be:
“I know both the just and compassionate side of the law and I am ready to work hard and to dedicate my time to delivering that justice and compassion.”
She added, “I understand the needs of our community and I recognize the utmost importance of everyone’s right to equal and just due process. I will protect our citizens by serving in this office with integrity and as a fair and impartial judge.
Pointing to her education—Scarfaro holds a Master of Public Administration, in addition to degrees in paralegal studies and political science—and her life experiences, Scarfaro emphasized her desire to serve the Whitehall-Coplay community.
“I say all this today to punctuate one point that I hope you’re remember: This is about community. Our Community. The community that helped me raise my kids. And the community to which I want to give back.”
About Alberta Scarfaro
Alberta Scarfaro is a resident of Whitehall Township, where she has raised her two beautiful children. Raised in the Lehigh Valley herself, Scarfaro is an active figure in the community, serving on the Whitehall Zoning Board, including two terms as Chairwoman, and as a member of the local Rotary. She previously served as President of Football Booster Club for the Whitehall High School football team.
Scarfaro is a graduate of Kutztown University, where she studied political science and also holds a Master of Public Administration. She is certified by the Minor Judiciary Education Board of Pennsylvania.
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SAMUEL S. CHEN
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