For Immediate Release

December 13, 2019

Lissa Geiger Shulman, Candidate for PA House District 30, Endorsed by Local Democratic Elected Officials

December 13, 2019 – Allison Park, PA – Today, candidate for Pennsylvania 30th House District Lissa Geiger Shulman announced endorsements from four major political leaders, State Senator Lindsey Williams (D-West View). Rep. Dan Miller (D-Mount Lebanon), Rep. Sara Innamorato (D-Lawrenceville), and Allegheny County Councilwoman Anita Prizio (D-O’Hara). 

“Lissa is a fighter for our future. I’ve seen it first hand. She fought for working people, for public education, for access to benefits, and for equality.” Rep. Miller said. “I’ve seen her continue to fight for people when everyone else has said ‘there’s nothing I can do.’ That is the type of tenacity, pushing towards a better tomorrow, that Lissa will bring to Harrisburg.” 

“Lissa and I have worked on some really important issues together. She was always out there on my campaign, in the rain, with a baby strapped to her chest, knocking on doors, talking to neighbors. She’s unstoppable and will make an amazing legislator” said Sen. Williams.

“The people who make the best legislators are the people who understand what it’s like living in the district day-to-day. “ Rep. Innamorato said. “That’s why we need to elect Lissa – so that working families can  see themselves represented in their government.”

“I am so excited to endorse Lissa for State Representative. We need her experience as a teacher, as a mom, and as an advocate in Harrisburg,” said County Councilwoman Prizio.

“I’m grateful for the support of these local elected leaders. In Harrisburg and on Allegheny County Council, they’re leading the charge to focus all levels of government back to helping our children and our families.” Geiger Shulman said. “Together we can bring the region together, not just to turn House District 30 blue, but to enact real change in the policies coming out of Harrisburg.” 

Pennsylvania’s 30th House District includes Fox Chapel, Hampton, Richland, and parts of O’Hara and Shaler.

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