Mike is running for the 170th District in Philadelphia. Mike fought alcoholism and addiction and has been sober since November of 2013. Mike's running for something because he believes that those suffering from addiction and dying in our community need a voice. He believes at this moment in time when Harrisburg and DC are full of division and hyper-partisanship, the community needs a representative to work from a place of compassion and unity. If we focus on what we have in common rather than what divides us, we can build community and understanding to tackle difficult issues, whether it’s the opioid epidemic, building a stronger economy for workers and local businesses, protecting our immigrants or establishing mutual trust between the police and residents. I will dedicate myself to listening to community members and fighting for policies that will improve the lives of all Pennsylvanians.
Mike says, 'Too many of our politicians sell themselves out to the elitist corporate establishment. This is a direct threat to our way of life. I will represent you with the values we share: PROTECTING ALL FAMILIES with ECONOMIC FREEDOM, AND SECURITY.'
Mike fights for:
For Ordinary People
For What’s Right & Just