Our Campaign

This campaign is not about political parties and campaign rhetoric. It’s been about the people of the 76th District since day one and ensuring everyone feels included and heard in Harrisburg. That’s why this is Our Campaign. We’re in this together. When I’m in Harrisburg, you will be too.

For the people

  • Joe will respectfully listen. And he will listen to all the people of the 76th District, regardless of political party, race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, etc
  • Joe is not a “yes man” to anyone. He doesn’t buy into rhetoric. His commonsense approach to the issues ensures he will work across the aisle when it benefits 76th District residents.
  • Joe knows the 76th District is not a single-issue district. He will focus on the issues that improve the quality of life in our area– including job creation and fair wages, quality and affordable education, support for rural entrepreneurs, bringing broadband internet to rural Pennsylvania, conserving and promoting our astounding natural assets to build on our outdoor recreation economy, and removing excessive financial burdens from our seniors on fixed incomes, to name a few.

By the people

  • Get involved. This campaign is truly powered by the people. Volunteer for the campaign, sign up for the newsletter and share it with friends, follow @ElectJoeWaltz on social media, and reach out about other ideas on how you can get involved!
  • Vote.  Whether voting in person or by mail-in ballot, make sure your voice is heard! Return your mail-in ballot! If you applied for a mail-in ballot by the deadline, be sure to complete it as soon as you receive it. Hand deliver it to your county elections office or an approved drop-box. It is best to deliver your ballot by November 3!
  • Make a donation. If you’re able, consider chipping in $5 today to help cover marketing materials and to help Joe connect with additional voters.

PA 76th District

The Pennsylvania 76th House District includes all of Clinton County and part of Centre County, including: Benner Township, Boggs Township, Burnside Township, Curtin Township, Haines Township, Howard, Howard Township, Liberty Township, Marion Township, Miles Township, Milesburg, Snow Shoe, Snow Shoe Township, Union Township and Unionville.

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