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Chester County, PA April 22, 2008 Election
State Representative; District 13; Democratic Party Voter Information

2 Year Term. Salary: $76,163

This contest will only appear on Democratic party ballots.

Results as of Jun 5 5:21pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Tom Houghton Click here for more information about this candidate

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Self employed Attorney
  • BA from LaSalle University
  • J.D. from Widener University
  • Chairman of the Board of Supervisors London Grove Twp for 4.5 years
  • Vice Chair(LG Board of Sup) for 2 years
  • Past Board Member of 3 Watershed groups
  • White Clay Creek Watershed Association, Darby Creek Valley Association, Friends of the John Heinz Wildlife Refuge
  • Curbing Rising Property Taxes by Increasing State's Share of Funding for Education, Managing Growth, and Exploring Alternative Educational Funding.
  • Protecting our Open Space, our Agricultural Lands and our Environment by Overhauling State Planning Code and Investing in Renewable Energy.
  • Forging a Bipartisan Solution to Quality, Affordable Healthcare for all Pennsylvanians.

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