Patty Smith is running for State House in the 104th District, representing parts of Dauphin and Lebanon Counties.
Patty is a lifelong resident of Dauphin County. Her family has owned and operated a local business for three generations. Patty has focused her career on helping her community. She’s worked with non-profits and in local government management, including managing multi-million-dollar projects and budgets. Patty also works with Rock the Capital, a government watchdog group that works to expose government corruption and waste of taxpayer money at the state and local levels.
Patty believes in ensuring the health and preservation of the environment. She supports improving waterway quality and protecting our natural areas so that children and families, as well as hunters and anglers, can safely enjoy Pennsylvania’s environment while also contributing to our economy. When elected, Patty would also advocate for more investment toward cleaning up brownfield sites that harm our communities and our waterways. She is running against an opponent who scored a 0% on the 2019-2020 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard, voting against the environment every opportunity she had.
Patty will be a strong advocate for clean air, land, and water in Harrisburg. We encourage voters to elect Patty Smith for State House in District 104.