ChamberPAC endorses candidates for the Pennsylvania General Assembly, and some statewide and judicial offices, who have a track record of or will prioritize support for the state’s job creators. In determining ChamberPAC endorsements, several factors are taken into consideration – the integrity and character of the candidate; demonstrated interest in and/or proven track record of supporting business issues; and the opposition he/she faces in an upcoming election.
In the 2020 General Election, all of the 203 seats in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, as well as 25 of the 50 state Senate seats, will be on the ballot.
In August 2020, ChamberPAC endorsed 109 legislators and candidates for the state House and 19 legislators and candidates for the state Senate. After a careful evaluation, we believe that these leaders will prioritize the impact of legislation on the state’s broad-based business community, and work to introduce and pass legislation that will improve Pennsylvania’s overall competitiveness and build a stronger economic future for all.
|4||Curt Sonney||5||Barry Jozwiak||6||Brad Roae|
|8||Tim Bonner||10||Aaron Bernstine||11||Marci Mustello|
|12||Daryl Metcalfe||13||John Lawrence||14||Jim Marshall|
|15||Josh Kail||17||Parke Wentling||18||K.C. Tomlinson|
|21||John Waugh||28||Rob Mercuri||29||Meghan Schroeder|
|30||Lori Mizgorski||37||Mindy Fee||39||Michael Puskaric|
|40||Natalie Mihalek||41||Brett Miller||43||Keith Greiner|
|44||Valerie Gaydos||46||Jason Ortitay||47||Keith Gillespie|
|48||Tim O'Neal||49||Bud Cook||51||Matthew Dowling|
|52||Ryan Warner||54||Bob Brooks||56||George Dunbar|
|57||Eric Nelson||58||Eric Davanzo||59||Mike Reese|
|60||Jeff Pyle||62||Jim Struzzi||63||Donna Oberlander|
|64||R. Lee James||65||Kathy Rapp||67||Martin Causer|
|68||Clint Owlett||69||Carl Walker Metzgar||71||Jim Rigby|
|72||Howard Terndrup||73||Tommy Sankey||75||Mike Armanini|
|76||Stephanie Borowicz||78||Jesse Topper||79||Lou Schmitt|
|80||Jim Gregory||81||Rich Irvin||82||John Hershey|
|83||Jeff Wheeland||84||Joe Hamm||85||David Rowe|
|86||Perry Stambaugh||87||Greg Rothman||88||Sheryl Delozier|
|89||Rob Kauffman||90||Paul Schemel||91||Dan Moul|
|92||Dawn Keefer||93||Mike Jones||94||Stan Saylor|
|97||Steve Mentzer||98||David Hickernell||99||Dave Zimmerman|
|100||Bryan Cutler||101||Frank Ryan||102||Russ Diamond|
|104||Sue Helm||105||Andrew Lewis||107||Kurt Masser|
|108||Lynda Schlegel Culver||109||David Millard||110||Tina Pickett|
|111||Jonathan Fritz||116||Tarah Toohil||117||Karen Boback|
|122||Doyle Heffley||123||Tim Twardzik||124||Jerry Knowles|
|125||Joe Kerwin||128||Mark Gillen||129||Jim Cox|
|130||David Maloney||131||Milou Mackenzie||134||Ryan Mackenzie|
|137||Joe Emrick||138||Ann Flood||139||Mike Peifer|
|144||Todd Polinchock||145||Craig Staats||147||Tracy Pennycuick|
|152||Karen Houck||158||Eric Roe||165||Robert Smythe, Jr.|
|169||Kate Klunk||170||Martina White||171||Kerry Benninghoff|
|176||Jack Rader||178||Wendi Thomas||183||Zach Mako|
|187||Gary Day||189||Rosemary Brown||193||Torren Ecker|
|196||Seth Grove||199||Barb Gleim|
|9||Tom Killion||13||Scott Martin||15||John DiSanto|
|17||Ellen Fisher||19||Kevin Runey||21||Scott Hutchinson|
|23||Gene Yaw||25||Cris Dush||27||John Gordner|
|29||Dave Argall||31||Mike Regan||33||Doug Mastriano|
|35||Wayne Langerholc, Jr.||37||Devlin Robinson||39||Kim Ward|
|41||Joe Pittman||45||Nicole Ziccarelli||47||Elder Vogel, Jr.|
We’re only weeks out from this year’s highly anticipated General Election. In addition to the all-important presidential contest, every one of Pennsylvania’s 203 House seats and half of the state Senate seats are also on the ballot. Through our political arm, ChamberPAC, the PA Chamber works every election cycle to inform voters of the lawmakers who we believe – based on their voting records or answers to questionnaires – would be the private sector’s best representatives in Harrisburg. This year, we’ve got an exciting new tool that we’re adding to our Election Day education arsenal.
ChamberPAC, the political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, today announced its candidate endorsements for the Pennsylvania General Assembly in the upcoming 2020 General Election. ChamberPAC supports candidates and incumbent lawmakers who are dedicated to improving the Commonwealth’s business climate through pro-growth, pro-jobs policies. This year, each of the 203 seats in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, as well as 25 of the 50 state Senate seats, will be on the ballot.
ChamberPAC, the political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, today announced its endorsement of Devlin Robinson for the 37th state Senatorial District in the upcoming Primary Election, which will take place on Tuesday, June 2. The 37th Senatorial District includes parts of Allegheny and Washington counties.
ChamberPAC, the political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, today announced its endorsement of Republican David Arnold for state senator of the 48th Senate District. The Special Election for the senate seat will take place on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. The 48th Senatorial District consists of Lebanon and parts of York and Dauphin Counties.
ChamberPAC, the political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, today announced its endorsement of Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County Deputy District Attorney Megan McCarthy King for the Pennsylvania Superior Court in the upcoming 2019 General Election.
ChamberPAC, the political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, today announced its endorsement of Republican David Rowe for state representative of the 85th House District. The special election for the House seat will take place on Tuesday, August 20. The 85th House District comprises parts of Snyder and Union Counties.
ChamberPAC, the political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, today announced three legislative endorsements for upcoming Special Elections. The endorsements include: Doug Mastriano for the 33rd state Senatorial District; Joe Pittman for the 41st state Senatorial District; and Marci Mustello for the 11th state House District. All three of the Special Elections will coincide with the May 21 Primary Election. Additional information on each candidate can be found below.