Anthony Bellmon is running for the State House in the 203rd District, representing Philadelphia County.
Anthony received his degree from George Washington University and then went on to teach in the Philadelphia area and served as an Assistant Dean of Students. Later on, Anthony worked as a senior advisor and caseworker for Congressman Boyle to work on issues that disrupted his community, including illegal dumping and lack of housing and economic development. He is a community organizer and leader as well as the co-founder of Millennials in Action to organize residents to increase civic engagement.
As a State Representative, Anthony will continue to serve his community by supporting legislation to maintain safe and clean neighborhoods. Anthony’s priorities include tackling issues like illegal dumping, lack of clean drinking water, poor air quality, and schools with lead and asbestos.
We believe Anthony Bellmon will be a fierce advocate for his community and their environment in the State House, and we urge the voters of the 203rd District to send him to Harrisburg in November.
Paid for by Conservation Voters of PA Action Fund.