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Schuylkill, Carbon, Berks, Monroe, Lehigh, Northampton Counties, PA November 4, 2008 Election
State Senator; District 29 Voter Information

4 Year Term. Salary: $76,163

Results as of Nov 5 12:40pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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James J. Rhoades 68,160 votes 62.8%

  • Party: Republican
Peter PJ Symons, Jr. 38,017 votes 35.0%
  • Party: Democratic
Dennis J. Baylor Click here for more information about this candidate 2,354 votes 2.2%
  • Party: None
  • Occupation: Retired Engineer
  • Chairman of Board of Auditors - Tilden Township
  • Director of Engineering ‑ Nimbus Industries
  • Design Engineer ‑ Walters Engineering
  • Systems Engineer‑ Gallo Inc.
  • Chief Engineer‑ U.S.Seating Co. Inc.
  • B.S. Chemical Engineering, Penn State University
  • Advocate for citizens' Constitutional Convention in order to modernize the structure of our state legislature.
  • Cease re-districting, or gerrymandering, to allow fair election process for minority parties.
  • Reform taxation to lessen the tax burden on individual citizens, and place more financial accountability on the state government.

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