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Cumberland County, PA November 2, 2010 Election
State Representative; District 199 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 8 10:34am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Stephen Bloom Click here for more information about this candidate 13,450 votes 67.7%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • Adjunct Instructor of Management & Business at Messiah College
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology - Resource Economics Option, 1983, Penn State University
  • Juris Doctor, 1987, Penn State Dickinson School of Law
  • Consultant at United Methodist Stewardship Foundation of Central Pennsylvania
  • Founder and First President of Estate Planning Council of Cumberland County
  • Author of "The Believer's Guide to Legal Issues" (2008, Living Ink Books)
  • Cut the size and scope of state government
  • Cut the tax and regulatory burden on businesses, farmers, and individuals
  • Restore and protect fundamental freedoms, including gun rights, private property rights, religious liberties, and the right to life
Fred Baldwin Click here for more information about this candidate 6,421 votes 32.3%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Independent writer, self-employed
  • Elected five times (16 years service), Carlisle Area School Board
  • President, Carlisle Area School Board, 1995-2008
  • Ph.D., American History, Princeton University
  • Author: 300+ articles on economic development, health, environment, education, technology
  • Author, Conflicting Interests; Corporate Governance Controversies (Lexington Books)
  • Co-author: Infomedicine; A Consumer's Guide to the Latest Medical Research (Little Brown)
  • Education: Reduce use of property taxes to fund public schools; use value-added standard for student learning (one grade gain per student per year)
  • Ethics: Return control of state government to citizens via transparency and stronger watchdog agencies
  • Environment: preserve and protect water quality, farms and game lands

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