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Elect JONATHAN LOVITZ to the Pennsylvania House on May 17

Jonathan is a union member, experienced lawmaker, trusted leader, and the pro-economy, pro-solutions candidate this moment needs. Let’s make a difference.

Meet Jonathan Lovitz, the Champion the 182nd Needs!

✓ EXPERIENCED BIPARTISAN LAWMAKER, WITH OVER 25 LAWS PASSED.
✓ CIVIL RIGHTS & SMALL BUSINESS CHAMPION.
✓ PRO-BUSINESS, PRO-SAFETY, & PRO-GROWTH.
✓ UNION MEMBER OF 15 YEARS.

“Lovitz stands out as the the strongest choice…Voters, donors, and our national advocacy organizations should support his bold campaign, and help retain an out LGBTQ voice in Harrisburg while improving constituent service for residents of the district.” -THE WASHINGTON BLADE

“My passion for taking care of my neighbors is rooted in a belief that when we all do better, we all do better.”

“That is why I dedicate myself to fighting for the safety and protections of all workers, and affirming the necessity of unions; affordable and inclusive healthcare and housing; essential services for our seniors and veterans; gun-free, fully-funded schools; supporting arts and culture institutions; preserving our environment; and protecting Philadelphians’ vote.”

MEET THE MOST ENDORSED CANDIDATE IN THE 182ND

Dozens of elected officials, business leaders, advocacy luminaries, and artists have announced their steadfast support of Jonathan’s candidacy. Congressman Ritchie Torres, with whom Lovitz has authored multiple pieces of local and federal legislation, said, ”I’ve seen firsthand his dedication in the rough and tumble of politics…[T]here is no one who fights harder for our communities than Jonathan Lovitz.”

We are starting 2022 out in front and ready to run toward victory.

With over 800 donors, extensive union and community support, and the most bipartisan legislative experience,
Jonathan has demonstrated winning viability and is ready for the primary

Trusted. Proven. Ready to Serve.

“His proven ability to get bipartisan, pro-job, pro-growth legislation passed gives our membership a sense of trust and support we have longed for in our elected officials,” said Local 77 President Ellen Trainer, on behalf of the Executive Board