Meet Perry Warren
 

A Bridge Builder for the Community

Perry was first elected to Newtown's Borough Council in 2009 and re-elected in 2013, serving as Vice President of the Council for two years. During his six years serving on Newtown Borough Council, Perry has been recognized as a "bridge builder" for the borough community, committed to bringing members of both political parties together to forge workable solutions that serve our community. He was instrumental in reviving the Borough's Environmental Advisory Council, drafting the Borough's non-discrimination ordinance, which outlaws discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, and supported the Newtown Common Open Space Project. In addition, Perry has served on and acted as a liaison to numerous committees, such as the Police Committee, the Environmental Advisory Council and the Shade Tree Commission. Perry has worked strenuously throughout his tenure on Borough Council to support good governance and responsible stewardship of financial and environmental resources. 

STRONG ROOTS IN THE 31ST DISTRICT

Perry Warren is a Newtown native who, after moving away as a child, returned to the place he always had considered home in 1999. He and his wife, Liz, a registered nurse, have five children who have attended Council Rock public schools and are active in many community organizations. Perry co-founded his law firm, Maselli Warren, P.C., in 1998 with offices in Newtown and Princeton, NJ, where he represents individual, small business and estate clients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He graduated with Honors from Colgate University and received his law degree with Honors from the University of North Carolina School of Law.