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Who Is Tom Mehaffie?

“As your State Representative since 2017, I have dedicated myself to our community. With my wife, Linda, we’ve built a life rooted in our community. Linda, a successful Realtor and education advocate, shares my dedication to making a lasting positive impact here at home.

When I was 22, I bought Breski Beverage and I have been in business for 30 years. Like you, I understand the role small businesses play, providing jobs and fostering local connections. Public service has always been my passion.

Whether serving on community boards or being active in organizations like the Prince Edwin Spring Creek Masonic Lodge, the Lower Swatara Lions Club and Zembo Shrine, I’m committed to the well-being of our community.

I am proud of the reputation I’ve earned as someone who stands up for my constituents, finding common ground for strong public policies is not only my job, it’s my passion.”

One of us. Working for us.

  • Tom Mehaffie has served as our trusted Republican voice in the State House of Representatives since 2017.

  • Spearheading the effort for election integrity, Tom Mehaffie authored and passed Voter ID legislation.

  • A local small business owner, Tom Mehaffie is committed to strengthening our economy, holding the line on taxes and making our communities safer.

  • A dedicated advocate and gun owner, Tom Mehaffie, supported legislation preserving gun rights and defending the Second Amendment.

  • Demonstrating unwavering support, Tom Mehaffie prioritizes the well-being of our veterans, ensuring they receive the respect and care they’ve earned.

  • A passionate advocate for those with intellectual disabilities, Tom Mehaffie has championed initiatives aimed at enhancing their quality of life, access to resources, and opportunities for meaningful inclusion within society.

  • A dedicated advocate to improving healthcare, Tom Mehaffie authored the Patient Safety Act which will establish safe patient limits in hospitals and allow nurses the time for comprehensive patient assessments.