Featured Candidates

Special Election on Tuesday, February 25th

G. Roni Green for PA House, District 190

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G. Roni Green is a labor organizer for SEIU Local 668 in Philadelphia. She’s running to hold a traditionally blue seat and strengthen the voice of working Philly residents in Harrisburg.

A thirty year resident of the district, Roni is an activist, a Democratic Committeewoman, and a leader of her local civic association. She has spent all her life listening to her neighbors, especially workers, and fighting to advance their causes.

Roni will be a new and sorely needed voice for women, workers, and communities of color in the halls of Harrisburg!


 

Special Election on Tuesday, March 17th

Phil Heasley for PA House, District 08

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Phil Heasley has lived and worked in Western Pennsylvania all his life. He’s running to be a voice for EVERYONE is his community because he sees their struggles and believes they have a right to expect more from their representatives.

Phil attended Butler High School and Edinboro University before taking over his family’s business: Butler Gymnastics Club. As a local business owner, he knows what it means to listen and to serve. He’s also experienced the challenges of local business and economic policies firsthand.

Phil vows to take that real-world experience to Harrisburg and to never forget the hardworking community he came from!


 

Special Election on Tuesday, March 17th

Harold Hayes for PA House, District 18

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Harold Hayes is a father, union plumber, and former business owner who lost his plumbing company in the Great Recession. H’es running to be a voice for hardworking Bucks County families like his, who have been left behind by policies that only benefit the few.

Harold has been active in politics and the labor movement his whole life. As a kid, he recalls canvassing with his mom (a Democratic committeewoman), and he’s been an active member of Plumbers Local 690 since he was a teen. In 2005, Harold opened his own union plumbing business but was forced to shut its doors even as wealthy corporations received billions in bailouts.

In Harrisburg, Harold will fight on behalf of workers and families and against Republican policies that keep working people down.


 

Special Election on Tuesday, March 17th

Robert Prah Jr. for PA House, District 58

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Robert Prah Jr. is a veteran, educator, volunteer firefighter, and the former Mayor of Smithton. Now, he’s running to fight the opioid epidemic, fully fund public schools, and uplift veterans, law enforcement, and first responders in Harrisburg.

At the heart of Robert’s impressive resumé is service: service to our country, our military, his community, and the young people of PA. His lifetime of service leaves him extremely qualified to serve as State Representative on behalf of Westmoreland County.

In Harrisburg, Robert will fight hard for the people Westmoreland County just as he has all his life!