Bridging the GAP in the Commonwealth
Every 10 years, with the new census, Pennsylvania’s political boundaries are redrawn. During this time we switch gears from those with whom we have established relationships and begin to build new ones. From my childhood, this rhyme comes to mind, “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver, the other is gold.”
Now in my 6th year of serving the 193rd district, I am making those new friends as a third of the district has changed its boundaries. But the experience of working very closely with the surrounding representatives in the South Central Republican Caucus gives me great assurance that this change will continue to strengthen our position in the state. We have formed a block that stands up for the needs and principles of the people whom we are privileged to represent. We have made great strides and exciting things are happening!
In exploring my website, you will get to know the kind of a person I am and what I stand for. Additionally, you will find examples of the changes we have made in Harrisburg and references to those things we are working toward with great expectations of success.
PA has made great strides in the last 4 years in reducing indebtedness but there is much work to do, especially with the looming pension crisis. For now, suffice it to say that my focus is to Bridge the GAP that still remains as we are working to build an even stronger Pennsylvania.
G - GROW jobs for Pennsylvania residents
A - ACCOUNTABILITY of state agencies and departments
P - PROPERTY TAX and PENSION reform
As we move into the elections, I am asking you for your vote in the Primary Election on May 20 and again on November 11 in the General Election to continue to make your voice heard in Harrisburg.
Proverbs 1:3 (NIV), "...doing what is right and just and fair."
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