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Clark Mitchell – PA House 48

Clark Mitchell for PA House 48

Born and raised in Washington County, Clark Mitchell currently serves as an attorney at the law offices of Clark A. Mitchell.  He looks forward to fighting for the working class values of Washington County in his campaign for the 48th Legislative District.

The Special Election will be held on May 15th.

Clark grew up a sportsman; hunting and fishing the beautiful countryside of southwestern Pennsylvania with his father.  He believes in our constitutional right to bear arms and looks forward to defending our sacred traditions in Harrisburg, which have been passed down for generations in southwestern Pennsylvania.

A graduate of the Trinity Area School District, Clark knows our public schools must be fairly funded for all persons, regardless of zip code across the state.  Additionally, he is an ardent supporter of funding technical training programs to support local jobs.


Clark knows Western Pennsylvania’s natural resources are critical to a successful economy and looks forward to stimulating economic growth through proper extraction of our community’s job stimulating resources.

>Clark understands the battle to fight our community’s opioid crisis starts with proper education and strong coordination with our local law enforcement to crack down on distribution and sale.

 

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Mailing Address

17 South College Street
Washington, Pennsylvania

Contact

Phone: (724) 229-9500

Email: mitchell4staterep@gmail.com

Website: https://www.voteclarkmitchell.com/

Carrie Heath – PA House 68

Carrie Heath for PA House 68

Carrie Heath has announced her bid for the position of State Representative of Pennsylvania’s 68th District. Heath is a 7th generation Tioga County resident, local educator, and founding member and past president of Tioga County Indivisible.
“My goal is to rebuild a sense of commonwealth in our communities,” says Heath. “With an eye toward local history, and a clear vision of the future, we can take small steps right now to heal and grow. I want to rebuild infrastructure in order to provide good jobs now, and to make more jobs possible in the future. I want to create an area career and technical education center to give kids the skills they need to get good-paying jobs without having to go in debt for a college degree. With those skills, our children can stay in this beautiful area to build lives for themselves and contribute to the community. I want to attract more mental health professionals to the area to serve the needs of children, veterans, and the elderly.”
Heath was raised on a family farm in Delmar Township and returned to the area after attending the University of Southern California. She holds a Masters Degree from Mansfield University and is employed by the Wellsboro Area School District. Her platform includes supporting family farms and responsible use of natural resources, and she is deeply committed to veterans’ issues. Heath is also dedicated to continuing the 68th District’s tradition of listening to and assisting constituents with both large and small issues and concerns.
“With any decision that comes before me,” Heath says, “This is the measure that I will use to guide me: Does it build community? Will it benefit the people of the 68th district now, tomorrow, and fifty years from now?”

 

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Mailing Address

11 Sherwood Street
Wellsboro, PA 16901

Helen Tai – PA House 178

Helen Tai for PA House 178

As a public servant, business owner and community volunteer, Helen Tai is committed to partnering with people and organizations to find common sense solutions.

Now in her fifth year on the Solebury Township board of supervisors and its current chair, Helen has collaborated with area residents and employed tried and true business approaches to address local issues, such as keeping water clean and safe and eliminating government waste.

Building on her two decades of experience partnering with organizations and people to reach their goals, 10 years ago she started Enabling Innovation, LLC, a consulting firm that uses proven business improvement methodologies to drive transformational innovation. She continues to lead that company today.

Previously she was at Johnson & Johnson’s consumer products division, where she trained and coached senior management in developing and implementing business vision, mission, and strategies, led global process improvement projects, and worked as a statistician. She also worked at other companies, including G.D. Searle and Company and Information Resources, Inc.

With a fourth degree black belt in the martial art of aikido, Helen and her husband founded Fearless Heart Aikido in New Hope, where they teach their students the philosophy and wisdom of aikido.

Additionally, she is a long-time Penn State Master Gardener volunteer, who educates the public about best practices in sustainable horticulture and environmental stewardship.

Born and raised in Detroit and the surrounding area, the daughter of Chinese immigrants earned her bachelor of science in statistics from the University of Michigan and a masters of arts in statistics from Penn State.

Before calling Solebury home in 2000, she lived and worked in a variety of places, in the U.S. and abroad including China and the Philippines.

Helen and her husband of nearly 30 years, sculptor John McDevitt, are frequently seen walking on the towpath with their dog Cosmo.

 

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Mailing Address

Committee to Elect Helen Tai
2827 River Road
New Hope, PA 18938

Contact

Website: https://www.helentai.com/

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