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Candidate Spotlight: Betsy Monroe

Working in the Pittsburgh area, Betsy Monroe spent 10 years making health insurance more affordable for about 100,000 older Pennsylvanians. One of Betsy’s priorities as a candidate is fighting for healthcare access for everyone. Believing that whether and where a person works should not determine their ability to receive adequate care, Betsy wants employers out of the way when it comes to workers coverage. Therefore, she wants to work hard to safeguard and bolster affordable health care. Given her experience, Betsy can help generate solutions on this issue. In addition, Betsy wants to protect PA’s air and water and tackle the overdose epidemic with treatment, not incarceration. Her other obj

Candidate Spotlight: Meet Katie Muth

Katie Muth is a dynamic, community leader ready to take on Harrisburg as a champion for families and women in Pennsylvania. Following the 2016 presidential election, Katiemet with local community members to organize a grassroots effort to push for positive social change. She founded Indivisible Montco, which has grown from just a few people to hundreds across the county over the last two years. Katie’spassion for policy and taking on the tough fights is largely inspired by her experience in front of the classroom teaching and in the healthcare field. Katie received her bachelor’s degree from Penn State, where she became the first Penn State student to intern as an athletic trainer in the NFL

Candidate Spotlight: Liz Hanbidge

Liz Hanbidge is a business owner, attorney, child advocate and a fighter for children and families. Spending a majority of her professional life as a court-appointed guardian, Liz works with the Office of Children and Youth, police and judges to protect children throughout Montgomery County. Advocating for the most vulnerable and those without a voice, Liz is a passionate and devoted, pro bono attorney for the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project. Liz is running for PA State Representative because she believes that now, more than ever, the 61st District needs a state representative who will legislate for constituents and not special interests. In the meantime, Liz has spent her entire career pr

Candidate Spotlight: Helen Tai

Helen Tai lives in Solebury with her husband of 30 years, John McDevitt, and their dog, Cosmo. As a public servant, business owner and community volunteer, Helen was in her fifth year serving on the Solebury Township board of supervisors when she won the May 15 Special Election. Ten years ago, Helen started Enabling Innovation, a consulting firm that drives transformational innovation, building on two decades of experience partnering with organizations and people to reach their goals. Helen is from Detroit and is the daughter of Chinese immigrants. She became politically active after George W. Bush was re-elected, when she realized that voting was important, but not enough. Helen was sworn i

Candidate Spotlight: Meet Wendy Ullman

Wendy Ullman lives in Plumstead Township with her husband of 44 years, with whom she raised her three daughters. Wendy taught English at Bucks and Montgomery County community colleges and was a member of the teacher’s union as soon as part-time instructors were allowed membership. Wendy was a student activist during college; a Brownie leader and soccer mom during her child-rearing years; and was politically active throughout her life. While part of the union, Wendy and another part-timer insisted that health benefits be extended to domestic partners including gay, lesbian, trans-gendered and bisexual domestic partners – values in line with Represent PA. Wendy’s a fighter and has fought for a

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