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Chester County, PA November 6, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Mike D. Hays

Candidate for
State Representative; Pennsylvania State House of Representatives; District 26

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Produce Buyer
  • Spring City Borough Councilman (elected)
  • Spring City Public Library Board of Trustees
  • Business management degree - Widener University
  • Active in Spring-Ford Rotary
  • Employed at family-owned grocery store
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Strong educational opportunities for all
  • Dedicated transportation funding - bridges, roads, mass transit
  • Restore the middle class
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Position Papers
A solid education is the gateway to the middle class. So why is Harrisburg cutting funding for schools?
Public Health
Many safety net programs, required by Pennsylvanians often for short periods of time, have been on the chopping block.
Our state ranks high in its number of deficient bridges. While Harrisburg struggles to fund our roads, a strong transportation network can attract quality employers.
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