Putting Experience to Work for PA Families

"Our families deserve more than they’re getting from Harrisburg: they deserve clean air, good jobs, well-funded schools, and responsible management of our tax dollars. My career as a teacher, environmental activist, and public policy professional make me uniquely well-qualified to work for you in Harrisburg."

—Stephanie Walsh, Democratic Candidate for PA State Senate

Stephanie Walsh meets with a constituent of the 38th District in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Endorsements


“I endorse Stephanie Walsh for Pennsylvania State Senate District 38. Government needs problem solvers who can reach across the aisle and get things done for the betterment of everyone. Stephanie has the experience of working with democrats and republicans to achieve common goals needed by all, and that's why I'm endorsing her for State Senate.”
—Kimberly Zachary, McCandless Town Council

“Stephanie understands crucial elements of governance like budgeting, and has an understanding of how you bring a broad cross-section of people together. We need more leaders like her in state government – that’s why I’m supporting her for State Senate.”
—Ellen Kight, Retired Southwest Regional Director of the PA Department of Community and Economic Development, and past President of the Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development

“I can guarantee Stephanie will use her integrity, intelligence, passion, and sincerity to do what is best for the residents of PA-38, and for the rest of the Commonwealth. Her focus on our communities, our families, our safety and security, our planet, and our prosperity is laser-like. She will make a positive difference for all of us.”
—Amy Raslevich, Health Care Policy & Administration Consultant

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