Fall 2019

State Candidates

Superior Court Judge

Megan McCarthy King

Megan King is seeking election to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. She began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office where she supervised the child abuse unit. She later served as a clerk for Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Thomas Saylor (R). In 2008, Meg served as an adjunct professor at Cabrini College, School of Graduate Studies. During that time, she received her Master of Arts in Education, earned her teacher certification in Pennsylvania, and taught at elementary, middle, and high schools throughout Chester, Montgomery and Delaware counties. In 2012, she returned to the District Attorney’s office as a Supervisor and Deputy in some of the most challenging units within the District Attorneys’ offices - Child Abuse, Elder Abuse, and Abuse of Care Dependent Adults.

In 2018, Meg was honored to be named the Pennsylvania Blue Ribbon Champion for Children, in recognition of her work to bring justice to defenseless child victims. Last Month she was asked by the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to serve as a special prosecutor and assist in prosecuting child exploitation cases arising out of Chester County.


Superior Court Judge

ChristyLee Peck

Christylee Peck has more judicial experience than all other candidates for Superior Court.

As a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for nearly a decade, she has heard thousands of cases in all areas of the law. Her legal acumen and fair and impartial treatment of those who come before the bench has earned her the respect of her peers in the legal community, with the PA Bar Association giving her their “Recommended” rating for Superior Court.

Prior to becoming a Judge, Christylee was a proven criminal prosecutor who kept our families and children safe as a Senior Assistant District Attorney.

Judge Peck is a lifelong Pennsylvanian who was born and raised in central PA. She is a graduate of Penn State University and the Dickinson School of Law.


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