Robert Eckenrode

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Robert Eckenrode
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Court Information:
York County Magisterial District, Pennsylvania
Title:   Judge
Active:   2013-2019
Candidate 2013:
Candidate for:  York County Magisterial District
Position:  19-3-11
State:  Pennsylvania
Election information 2013:
Incumbent:  No
Primary date:  5/21/2013
Primary vote:  25.97%ApprovedA
Election date:  11/5/2013
Election vote:  99.6%ApprovedA

Robert Eckenrode is a judge for the York County Magisterial District in York County, Pennsylvania. He was elected in November 2013 for a term expiring in 2019.[1]



Eckenrode ran for election to the York County Magisterial District.

Primary: He received 25.97 percent of the vote in the Republican primary on May 21, 2013, defeating Kevin Romine, Drew Heistand, Howard Daniels, Lauren S. Manifold and Bruce Bartz. He cross-filed as a Democrat and also won that primary. 
General: He won without opposition in the general election on November 5, 2013.[2][1]



Eckenrode worked in law enforcement for 22 years. However, for the past ten years he was a special agent in the attorney general's office, where he assisted in the investigation of fraud, elder abuse, corruption and drug cases. Prior to that he served as a police officer, detective and hostage negotiator.[1] In 2013, he became a judge for the York County Magisterial District, Pennsylvania for a term expiring in 2019.

Awards and associations

  • Member, York County Drug Task Force[1]
  • Member, Living Word Community Church
  • Former coach, York Youth and NEYSA soccer
  • Past president, Northeastern Bobcat Swim Club
  • Swimming and diving official, York Chapter, PIAA
  • Member, Antique Automobile Club of America
  • Member, Starview Sportsman’s Club
  • Member, Hawk Gunning Club[4]

Judicial philosophy

My wide range of experience with everything from traffic law and civil disputes to criminal homicide investigations and major white collar crimes has provided me with the knowledge and background to best continue my service as the next magisterial district judge for District 19-3-11.[1] - Robert Eckenrode[5]

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