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State Representative Tom Mehaffie’s priorities include:
Standing with our healthcare heroes and frontline workers.
Ensuring our children receive a quality education for the future benefit of our workforce.
Working with our first responders to protect those who protect us.
Focusing on bringing back family sustaining jobs to our communities.
Working to pass on-time and fiscally responsible budgets.
Who Is Tom Mehaffie?
Tom Mehaffie is proud of the place we call home and the values we share.
Throughout his life, Tom has been committed to public service because he truly cares about the quality of life in our communities and the citizens who reside in them. His service has included Dauphin County Planning Commission, Lower Swatara Township Commissioner and, since 2017, State Representative of the 106th District.
During his time in the State Legislature, Tom Mehaffie has earned a reputation as a fighter and someone who always stands up for their constituents. He approaches every issue with unbridled passion and intensity because he knows there are residents in our community who are depending on him.
Some of State Representative Tim Mehaffie’s priorities include:
- Standing with our healthcare heroes and frontline workers
- Ensuring our children receive a quality education for the future benefit of our workforce
- Working with our first responders to protect those who protect us
- Focusing on bringing back family sustaining jobs to our communities
- Working to pass on-time and fiscally responsible budgets
In addition to serving as our State Representative, Tom is also an active member of the community. He owns Breski Beverage on Eisenhower Boulevard, which he purchased when he was just 22 years old. Tom presently serves as a member of the Lower Swatara Lions Club, Zembo Shrine, and Prince Edwin Spring Creek Masonic Lodge.
Tom and his wife Linda live in Lower Swatara Township. Linda, a successful Realtor, serves as Executive Director of the Middletown Area Blue Raider Foundation and is the past President of the Middletown Area School Board.