Statement of Purpose
The Republican Committee of Montgomery County seeks to elect Republicans who implement principles in government, align with our Statement of Principles and represent the diverse backgrounds of voters across our county.
What We Believe
Meet the Executive Committee of the Montgomery County Republican Committee.
Nancy BeckerVice Chair
Tim MahonAssistant Vice Chair
Christian is a businessman, a community leader, an executive at a Fortune 50 company, and a former candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania’s Fourth Congressional District. However, if you ask him what titles he cherishes most they are devoted husband and father. He lives in Audubon with his wife and their four children, where they are frequent volunteers and coaches at Visitation BVM School, and where Christian has served as Chairman of the Lower Providence Republican Committee.
A product of Montgomery County’s public schools, he was the first in his family to attend college. After graduating from Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School, he earned degrees from Villanova University and Widener University, where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees and has been an Adjunct Professor. In 2019, he received the John L. Geoghegan Alumni Citizenship Award.
Following college, Christian embarked on a successful career in finance and business, that has taken him all over the globe. He is Vice President of Product at Comcast, where he works closely with small- and medium-sized businesses to improve their efficiency and helped them grow. He is responsible for the development, launch and management of products. Prior to joining Comcast in 2006, he was Vice President of Finance at a biotech startup with operations in both the United States and Asia.
Christian served on the Board of Directors of both for and non-profit businesses, and from 2011-2013 was the National President of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and serves on the Cybersecurity Advisory Board of the Security Industry Association. In 2009, he was elected to his first of two terms on the Methacton School Board. He served two terms as School Board President and oversaw the first budget in 30 years that did not raise taxes, while concurrently receiving a credit upgrade for the district from Moody’s. He also served on the Joint Operating Committee of the North Montco Technical Career Center.
Nancy is a professional administrator and manager with over 45 years of experience in real estate, financial management, personnel, strategic planning, and medical practice administration; she currently serves as Director of the Tucker Advisory Group, Inc. Nancy served as Montgomery County’s Recorder of Deeds from 2004-2016. Under her direction, the office became a nationally recognized model of document management and use of technology. She implemented new revenue sources, managed and cut costs, increased efficiency, worked to protect residents from real estate fraud, saved taxpayers thousands of dollars while contributing millions to the county general fund, and implemented a Veterans ID program that became a national model. She was appointed by the PA Senate to the PA Electronic Recording Commission and served on the FBI’s Land Fraud Task Force.Nancy is the current President of Montgomery County Republican Women’s Leadership, a Member of Republican State Committee, Past President of Montgomery County Council of Republican Women, Past Vice Chairperson of MCRC Area 9; a member of the MCRC Chairman’s Club for over 20 years, a Republican Committeeperson in Towamencin for over 28 years, and has served on more than 40 Republican campaign committees for Federal, State, County, and local candidates during 35 years of Republican service.
As a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 6, and great grandmother of 1, Nancy believes that responsibility of citizenship means being involved in the community. She was the founder of the Northern Montgomery County Drug & Alcohol Task Force and serves as a member and officer of numerous professional and community boards. She has played a significant part in raising millions of dollars in grants and contributions for public causes.
Nancy and her husband Mike have lived in Towamencin for over 44 years.
Bill Mahoney currently serves as a committeeperson in Springfield township and was honored for his tremendous work as Area 14’s committeeperson of the year in 2022! Bill brings to the table 40 years of experience as a CPA in various public accounting firms including Price Waterhouse Coopers and RSM. Bill also serves as the CEO of the Keystone Liberty PAC, which supported Kathy Barnette’s senate run and is Treasurer of Friends for Springfield Township PAC which supported schoolboard candidates pledging to keep schools open. Bill is dedicated to serving the Republican party, and we are thrilled to have his expertise as our Treasurer!
Tim Mahon currently serves as Municipal Leader for Collegeville Borough. He stepped up in 2019 to run for county treasurer where he was one of the top republican vote getters. He has since got even more immersed in helping our committee and or candidates , Tim runs the Collegeville committee which he has grown by recruiting a full slate of fantastic, hardworking committee people and candidates. He spearheaded the highest Republican turnout in any municipality in the November 2021 election with over a 50% Republican turnout! Tim also serves as a State Committee Member and is the treasurer of several PACs for local candidates. Many of you often see him at events across the county. He regularly knocks doors, attends events, and supports candidates financially. Tim goes above and beyond for the Republican Party and our candidates in every way. We are excited to have Tim as a part of our Team!
Jonathan Goldstein is a founding partner of McNelly & Goldstein. Mr. Goldstein’s practice focuses on firearms law, election law, and entrepreneurial and business advising.
Mr. Goldstein is considered a national expert in firearms law. He earned the Defender of Justice Award by the National Rifle Association’s Institute of Legislative Action for his “tireless service to the Constitution and with particular emphasis on the protection and furtherance of the Second Amendment” in 2013. He actively lectures on firearms law and firearms safety across Pennsylvania, and he has published a number of articles for national firearms law and firearms safety publications.
Mr. Goldstein is a nationally recognized expert in election law. He was a member of the core Pennsylvania legal team for Bush-Cheney 2004 and was twice a candidate for the Pennsylvania General Assembly. He has litigated signature challenges in the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania and won an election law appeal before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
In addition to his practice, Mr. Goldstein is an active member of Pennsylvania’s business community, currently serving as Chairman of Schulmerich Bells, the world’s largest manufacturer of musical handbells. He was also founder and President of Urban Technology Group, the fastest growing services company in Philadelphia from 2000-2002.
Mr. Goldstein received both his undergraduate degree and Juris Doctor from the University of Pennsylvania. He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the District of New Jersey, the Third Circuit, the Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
Executive Committee Members
Christian Nascimento, Chair
Nancy J. Becker, Vice Chair
Tim Mahon, Assistant Vice Chair
William Mahoney, Secretary/Treasurer
Sean Frisco, Area 1
Dave Waldt, Area 2
Janet Flisak, Area 3
Tom DiBello, Area 4
Guy Davis, Area 5
Lenore Bruno, Area 6
Phil Rosenzweig, Area 7
Michael Ludwig, Area 8
Rick Miniscalco, Area 9
Tara Conner-Hallston, Area 11
Jay O’Connor, Area 12
Kathy Bowers, Area 13
Jim Dailey, Area 14
Jack Coupe, Area 15
Local Committee Leaders
Look up your area above, and find the details on your area below.
|Area 1||Mr. Sean Frisco||1, 4||24||70, 131, 147|
|Douglass Township||Ms. Maria Siwik||4||24||147|
|East Greenville Borough||VACANT||1||24||131|
|Green Lane Borough||VACANT||4||24||131|
|Marlborough Township||Mr. Bill Hurst||1||24||131|
|Red Hill Borough||VACANT||1||24||131|
|Lower Frederick Township||Mr. Josh Embree||4||24||147|
|Upper Frederick Township||Mr. Sean Frisco||4||24||147|
|Upper Hanover Township||Ms. Beverly Plosa-Bowser||1||24||131|
|Area 2||Mr. Dave Waldt||4||24||146, 147|
|Pottstown Borough||Mr. Jay Bauer||4||24||146|
|Lower Pottsgrove Township||Mr. Jim Vlahos||4||24||146|
|New Hanover Township||Mr. Jim Butler||4||24||147|
|Upper Pottsgrove Township||Mr. Dave Waldt||4||24||147|
|West Pottsgrove Township||VACANT||4||24||146|
|Area 3||Ms. Janet Flisak||1, 4||12, 24||53, 131, 147|
|Franconia Township||Mr. Bill Brong||1||12||53, 147|
|Hatfield Borough||Mr. Ned Smith||1||12||53|
|Hatfield Township||Mr. David Kresge||1||12||53|
|Lower Salford Township||Mr. David Scheuren||4||24||147|
|Telford Borough||Ms. Emiline Weiss||1||12||53|
|Upper Salford Township||Mr. Ted Poatsy||4||24||147|
|Area 4||Mr. Tom DiBello||4||12, 24, 44||70, 146, 150|
|Collegeville Borough||Mr. Tim Mahon||4||24||150|
|Limerick Township||Mr. Tom DiBello||4||24||146|
|Lower Providence Township||Ms. Colleen Eckman||4||44||150|
|Perkiomen Township||Ms. Kim Spina||4||24||70|
|Skippack Township||Ms. Colette Penland||4||24||70|
|Trappe Borough||Mr. Jack Minster||4||24||146|
|Upper Providence Township||Ms. Denise Chroscinski||4||44||150|
|Worcester Township||Dr. Jim Mollick||4||12||70|
|Area 5||Mr. Guy Davis||4, 5||17||149|
|Bridgeport Borough||Mr. Bob Domurad||5||17||149|
|Upper Merion Township||Mr. Matt McCaffery||4, 5||17||149|
|West Conshohocken Borough||Mr. Guy Davis||4||17||149|
|Area 6||Ms. Lenore Bruno||4||7, 12||54, 148|
|Conshohocken Borough||Mr. Rich Kosich||4||7||54|
|Plymouth Township||Ms. Lenore Bruno||4||12||54|
|Whitemarsh Township||Mr. Jack Williams||4||7||148|
|Area 7||Mr. Phil Rosenzweig||4, 5||17||148, 149|
|Lower Merion Township||Mr. Tim Wicks||4, 5||17||148, 149|
|Narberth Borough||Ms. Lori Lasher||5||17||148|
|Area 8||Mr. Michael Ludwig||4, 5||17||54, 70, 150|
|East Norriton Township||Ms. Susan McLaughlin||4||17||70|
|Norristown Borough||Mr. Daniel Wissert||5||17||54|
|West Norriton Township||Mr. Craig Bird||4||17||70, 150|
|Area 9||Mr. Rick Miniscalco||1, 4||12, 24||53, 61, 70, 151|
|Lansdale Borough||Ms. Jean Fritz||4||12||53|
|North Wales Borough||Mr. Greg D’Angelo||4||24||61|
|Montgomery Township||Ms. Carla Helaszek||1||12||53, 151|
|Towamencin Township||Mr. Chuck Wilson||4||24||61|
|Upper Gwynedd Township||Mr. Tom Bornemann||4||24||61|
|Whitpain Township||Mr. David Byrne||4||12||61, 70|
|Area 11||Ms. Tara Conner-Hallston||1, 4||12||61, 151, 152|
|Ambler Borough||Ms. Carol DiPietro||4||12||151|
|Bryn Athyn Borough||Mr. Peter Sheedy||4||12||152|
|Hatboro Borough||Mr. Lou Polaneczky||4||12||152|
|Horsham Township||Mr. Anthony Spangler||1, 4||12||151|
|Lower Gwynedd Township||Ms. Danielle Porecca||4||12||61|
|Lower Moreland Township||Ms. Pam Levy||4||12||152|
|Upper Moreland Township||Mr. Tom Winterberg||4||12||152|
|Area 12||Mr. Jay O’Connor||4||4||152, 153|
|Abington Township||Mr. Joseph Rooney||4||4||152, 153|
|Rockledge Borough||Mr. James Caffrey||4||4||153|
|Area 13||Ms. Kathy Bowers||4||4||154|
|Cheltenham Township||Mr. Thom Estilow||4||4||154|
|Jenkintown Borough||Ms. Suzanne Hunter||4||4||154|
|Area 14||Mr. Jim Dailey||4||4||154|
|Springfield Township||Mr. David Michelbacher||4||4||154|
|Area 15||Mr. Jack Coupe||4||12||151, 153|
|Upper Dublin Township||Ms. Merry Woods||4||12||151, 153|
*CD: Congressional District
SD: Senate District
HD: Legislative (House) District
Republican State Committee Members
Christian Nascimento, Chair
Our Constitution should be preserved, valued and honored.
We need to start growing America’s economy instead of Washington’s economy so that hard-working Americans see better wages and more opportunity.
We need to pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution, make government more efficient, and leave the next generation with opportunity, not debt.
We need to start over with real healthcare reform that puts patients and their doctors in charge, not unelected bureaucrats in Washington.
Our veterans have earned our respect and gratitude, and no veteran should have to wait in line for months or years just to see a doctor.
Keeping America safe and strong requires a strong military, growing the economy, energy independence, and secure borders.
Every child should have an equal opportunity to get a great education; no parent should be forced to send their child to a failing school.
The best anti-poverty program is a strong family and a good job, so our focus should be on getting people out of poverty by lifting up all people and helping them find work.
Our country should value the traditions of family, life, religious liberty, and hard work.
We should make America energy independent by encouraging investment in domestic energy, lowering prices, and creating jobs at home.
We need an immigration system that secures our borders, upholds the law, and boosts our economy.