for Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds


Dawn Blauch

Who Dawn is

Dawn Blauch has always been actively involved in her community.  Throughout the years, she has volunteered her time with the Lawn Fire Company and Palmyra Parent Teacher Organization, and has served as treasurer for Boy Scout troop 426 and secretary for Palmyra Midget Football Association.  She is a lifelong Republican who vigorously and unapologetically shares Conservative Republican principles whenever an opportunity is presented. She was born and raised in the city of Lebanon, where both of her parents were firefighters; her father, Richard Kuhnert, served two terms as Lebanon City Fire Chief. Currently, she resides in South Londonderry Township with her husband Tom, and they are the proud parents of two sons, Chris and Jacob. 

Dawn has participated in the Republican Party in many capacities since 2005. In 2012, she accepted a position as Administrative Assistant for Lebanon County Republican Committee and was an elected Committee Member for the Campbelltown Precinct. She was appointed and currently serves as an Executive Committee Member. Mrs. Blauch formerly worked for the District Court and is now the Code and Zoning Enforcement Officer for South Londonderry Township. Her working experience has motivated her to seek the office of Recorder of Deeds for Lebanon County. She has a true passion for property rights. The recorded deed is the legally recognized document that specifically states your property is truly yours.

The Recorder of Deeds is responsible to maintain and preserve all real property in our county. Property is one of our most valued possessions. Dawn Blauch will continue Donna Lutz's lead, will manage the office with excellence, and provide workshops on the importance of our property’s recorded documents. Dawn places the highest significance on the recorded document, as she knows this protects our inherent right to acquire, possess and protect property. 

Support Dawn

Please join Friends of Dawn Blauch in raising the funds needed to elect Dawn Blauch as the next Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds.