A lifelong resident of Delaware County, State Representative David M. Delloso served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve from 1984-1990 and then from 1991-1993. He since has served as the president and principal officer for Teamsters 312 for the past 10 years. Working for his union, he saw first-hand how families were suffering under stagnant wages and increasing tax burdens while giant corporations didn’t pay their fair share.

Rep. Delloso is fighting to give back power to regular people by protecting and growing small businesses, developing better schools and lowering property taxes. He wants to institute a $15/hour minimum wage and make sure everyone has affordable health care.

In 1976, State Representative Nancy Guenst joined the Army and served from 1977 to 1979 as an analyst and German translator at Field Station Berlin. She has extensive training in emergency management, and the safety of Commonwealth residents is a major concern to her. As a veteran, she understands the challenges that veterans face in life after service and will fight to protect Pennsylvania’s veterans and secure more funding for their health care and benefits.

From 2007-2017 she served Hatboro as a councilwoman, chairing the Parks and Recreation committee in addition to serving as the council’s vice-president during her last two years. In 2010 while a member of borough council, Nancy introduced the Human Relations Ordinance, which was approved by council but vetoed by the mayor. In 2017 she decided to run for mayor and the ordinance was eventually passed again and she signed it. Now Hatboro prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or both, race, religion or disability.

Since he was a teenager, State Represenative Brian Munroe has emulated what it means to be a public servant. At the age of 17, he became a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician. Three years later, Brian answered the call of duty and enlisted in the United States Navy serving aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. His naval career resulted in a whole host of awards including the Armed Forces medal, the National Defense Service Medal, and the National America Treaty Organization Medal, among others. Brian views education, the economy, and jobs as being intricate, crucial pieces to a thriving society where everyone, regardless of race, sexuality, gender, religion, or creed, must have a fair opportunity to make a living wage and support their families.

Brian’s legislative focuses include protecting and expanding the right of bodily autonomy for women, including reproductive rights. He is also an environmental champion and will work tirelessly to ensure that every Pennsylvanian’s right to clean air and water is protected under the law. Health care, including expanding high-quality, affordable mental health services, is a chief priority of Brian’s. As a cancer survivor, Brian understands the inequities in our health care system and will be a zealous advocate for accessible and affordable health care.

State Representative Chris Pielli, a longtime resident of Chester County, returned to West Chester after serving honorably in the U.S. Army, where he completed the U.S. Army Airborne course (paratrooper course) and received two Army Commendation medals during his service.

As a recent Chester County Recorder of Deeds, Chris reduced filing fees and costs, raised record revenue, and improved and innovated his office in many ways.  Most notably, Chris’ office continued operating throughout the pandemic delivering much needed revenue to all Chester County municipalities and school districts to include over $9 million in net County revenue which helped support the local economy.

With help from the GI Bill, Chris attended Temple University Beasley School of Law while working full time. In the General Assembly, Chris pledges to fight to bring Pennsylvanians a living wage and protect the environment, voting rights, a woman’s right to choose, small business owners, Veterans’ rights, and a citizen’s right to equal protection under the law.

State Representative Jared Solomon is a community leader, attorney and Army Reserve JAG officer. His priorities as a legislator include workforce development, supporting veterans, election and government reform, and landlord-tenant issues. Solomon's priorities in his district include improving business corridors, revitalizing the infrastructure stock, addressing safety concerns in the neighborhood, providing opportunities for kids after school, and creating more jobs with higher wages to address local poverty issues.

Prior to his work in the legislature, Solomon founded a local community organization and served as the association's president for nearly 10 years, starting youth sports programs, cleaning up parks and streets, building playgrounds for our youth, and collaborating with local law enforcement to promote safety and trust.

Part of the first generation in his large Philadelphia family to attend college, State Representative Joe Webster was appointed to the Air Force Academy. He furthered his education at Wright State University, by attending the Naval War College, as well as obtaining a PhD in Public Policy from The George Washington University.

Among various assignments in the Air Force, Joe managed the modernization program for the Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve forces as they deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq. Overall, he worked for 20 years in the Pentagon on special government projects and, as a colonel, Joe served as legislative liaison between the U.S. Congress and the Air Force. In 2011, Joe returned to Pennsylvania transitioning to a commercial career in information technologies and as a Professor of National Security Strategy for the Air University in Montgomery, AL.

His legislative priorities include providing quality education, protecting the commonwealth’s natural resources and environment, combatting gun violence and providing access to affordable healthcare in order to promote a healthy workforce and enhance economic growth.

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