Nick Pisciottano is running for State House in the 38th District, representing part of Allegheny County.
Nick is a lifelong resident of the 38th District. He attended Washington & Jefferson College, earning bachelor degrees in Accounting and History, and Johns Hopkins University earning a master’s degree in Government Analytics. He is a certified public accountant and auditor and volunteers as the President of the West Mifflin Community Foundation and as a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. Nick has deep roots in District 38, with his family calling the Mon Valley home dating back to shortly after the Civil War.
When elected, Nick will be a strong advocate for solving the environmental issues facing his district, including frequent poor air quality days in the region. In addition to stronger air quality standards, Nick supports fully funding the Department of Environmental Protection and addressing the PFAS crisis across the state.
We know that Nick Pisciottano will support the environment in Harrisburg and we encourage voters in the 38th District to vote for him for State Representative.