it's time to fight for our hometowns.
Prices go up but paychecks and social security stay the same. We need policies that work for our residents.
Stand up for our seniors and veterans
Alec doesn’t believe we should have senior’s being forced out of their homes or veterans living on the streets. He will fight hard because he believes we owe it to the generation that allowed for today’s opportunities.
Supporting local government
Whether it’s blighted property, out-of-state landlords, or reckless ATV riders, as a Borough Councilman, Alec understands what issues hit close to home.
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Alec wants to revitalize and restore our coal region to keep our youth local.
Alec is a proud product of the public education system but believes there is room for improvement. Alec is a self-taught software engineer and learned through mentors and apprenticeship. He wants schools to promote debt-free alternatives to today’s youth and believes we are going to run out of plumbers and electricians before we run out of MBA’s.
In 2021, with a $150K budget surplus and $600K in federal ARPA funds, Democratic members of Plymouth Borough Council who had just won re-election requested a tax increase that would make Plymouth the second highest taxed municipality in Luzerne County behind none other than Wilke-Barre City. Alec fought this tax increase at home and in Harrisburg would fight to adopt Municipal Taxpayer Protection legislation limiting tax increases based on budget surpluses without judicial approval.
Restoring energy in our economy
Growing up in a small Pennsylvanian town, Alec has lived in a community stripped of its energy economy. Banning natural gas would be like taking coal out of our hometowns all over again and Alec will not stand for it. He sees an opportunity for thousands of jobs that will spark the development of housing, hospitality, and industry.
Backing our law enforcement and first responders
Alec believes in safe communities with accessible life saving services. He understands our local and state law enforcement officers are the greatest assets our communities have to offer. He supports firefighters and the emergency medical staff that assist. As a Councilman, Alec has voted to expand his police department from 2 to 11 officers and distribute federal COVID dollars to his three fire departments and ambulance association.
Alec believes the freedom to carry is necessary to the security of a free state. He is a proud member of the NRA, endorsed by GOA, and is a lifelong sportsman. In his household, hunting is an annual tradition. The family cabin is where memories are made and firearms safety is taught.
With his background in cybersecurity and years of service as a Judge of Elections and poll worker, our community has no better choice in sending someone who is prepared to write election procedure reform. Alec has experienced firsthand the trials and tribulations of our current election day processes and would support the adoption of voter ID.
School Property Taxes
Fixed income seniors across the Commonwealth have to choose between buying their medicine or paying their bills. At 74 years old, Carol had to reverse mortgage her home to pay her property taxes. On her own and working since she was 16, now taking care of her grandson, she questions what she has to show for it. These are stories from the campaign trail. Click to listen to Carol’s story.
UNLEASHING PENNSYLVANIA'S NATURAL RESOURCES
Alec will fight for projects like Nacero that will result in $6 billion in historic economic development for Luzerne County, 4,000 union labor jobs, 450 full-time high-tech, high-paying jobs, and the infrastructure to support these opportunities such as housing, recreation, and hospitality.
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