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PAN Member Announces Candidacy for Magisterial District Judge

by PAN
Tracy Powell Markle, of Mifflintown in Juniata County, announced her candidacy for magisterial district judge in district 41-3-01. The district includes the townships of Delaware, Fayette, Fermanagh, Greenwood, Monroe and Susquehanna, as well as the boroughs of Mifflintown and Thompsontown. 

A graduate of Central Pennsylvania Business College, Tracy worked as an official court reporter in Northumberland County for one year. She has worked as a freelance court reporter for the past 20 years. 

"As someone who has spent years in hearings and courtrooms all across the Commonwealth, I have covered everything from adoptions, domestic relations court, DUIs, drug and family law cases, aggravated assaults, shaken-baby cases, homicides and high-profile fraternity hazing cases," she said in a press release. 

She has worked with "hundreds of magisterial district judges, state representatives, state senators, divorce masters, district attorneys, criminal defense attorneys and civil attorneys from all over the country." 

Tracy has cross-filed on both the Republican and Democratic ballots in the primary election. She said she decided to run because she wanted to serve the community that has given her so much. 

The daughter of Harold E. Powell Jr. and Lois Kay Powell of Mifflintown, Tracy has one daughter and one granddaughter. Her hobbies include tennis, walking, and cooking, but her passions are her family, career and supporting several animal rescues. 

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