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Bucks County, PA November 6, 2012 Election
State Representative; Pennsylvania State House of Representatives; District 31 Voter Information

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Steven J. Santarsiero Click here for more information about this candidate 20,640 votes 57.7%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: State Representative
  • Former Lower Makefield Township Supervisor
  • Tufts University - B.A.
  • University of Pennsylvania - J.D.
  • Holy Family - M.Ed
  • Protecting the Enviroment
  • Creating Jobs
  • Protecting Public Education
Anne M. Chapman, M Click here for more information about this candidate 15,105 votes 42.3%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Executive Healthcare Markeitng Research
  • BBA Ursinus College 1979
  • Committee Woman North 5
  • Chair PR Committee, LMT/GOP Leadership Team
  • Bucks County Executive
  • over 30 years in healthcare, most recently VP in primary market research company
  • Chaired community homeowners association
  • Promote Job Creation in Pennsylvania
  • Enact Real Reforms to Save Tax Dollars
  • End School Property Taxes

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