Ed Sanders for PA House 109
About Ed Sanders
Born and raised in Bloomsburg, Ed Sanders is a lifelong resident of Columbia County. He is a 2012 graduate of Central Columbia High School and is set to graduate from the Pennsylvania College of Technology in May where he studies Business Administration and Horticulture. Sanders is currently employed as the Assistant Athletic Director by the Central Columbia School District and is a part-time Installation Specialist for ThorneCare Landscape Solutions in Conygham, PA. He’s an avid hunter, fisherman and sports fan.
Sanders is actively involved throughout the community where he serves on the Central Columbia Little League board of directors and is a member of American Legion Post 273. He has organized American Red Cross blood drives, local flood relief efforts, and has raised funds for pediatric cancer through multiple efforts. Sanders also volunteers as an assistant baseball coach for the Central Columbia School District. He’s involved with and has worked for the Bloomsburg Fair association as well.
Previously, Sanders has served the United States as a young Ambassador through People to People International, a program developed by President Eisenhower. In 2011, he visited six different countries throughout Europe. In addition, Sanders was invited in 2009 to attend the National Young Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., an annual event held for young leaders from across the country.
Sanders currently resides in Mt. Pleasant Township with his family and is seeking to represent the 109th Legislative District in Columbia County.
Ed Sanders On The Issues
As State Representative, Sanders will advocate for a stronger economy, higher wage – family sustaining jobs, stronger schools for our children, legislative reform, public safety and improved care and assistance for veterans and elders. In addition, Sanders hopes to bring more resources and services to the District to help those who suffer from substance abuse disorder.
Ed Sanders In His Own Words
“I believe that it’s time we’re represented in Harrisburg by real people, not career politicians. Restoring public service to the politics in Harrisburg through a bipartisan effort is something I believe is very important. During my 2016 campaign, I was fortunate to meet many individuals, learning a lot about the needs and hardships facing residents of the 109th Legislative District. I want everyone to know that no matter what side of the political spectrum you may be, on I’m here to listen to you, fight for you and help improve your quality of life at every level.”
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