Jonathan Kassa has dedicated his life to protecting and serving others. He worked as a nonprofit executive director, fought to keep campuses safe, led victim advocacy initiatives, and serves as a North Penn School Board Director. In Harrisburg, Jonathan will fight for equitable education funding, common-sense gun control, and affordable healthcare.
Todd Stephens has taken thousands of dollars from charter and online private school special interest groups. He took over $14,500 from Students First, a charter group connected to Betsy Devos, and $13,700 from Vahan H. Gureghian. While at the same time he's voted to drain millions of taxpayer dollars from local public schools. In fact, because of politicians like Stephens, local schools send, on average, over four million taxpayer dollars to private and charter schools, forcing local taxpayers to make up the difference. Todd Stephens chooses the corporations and his donors over taxpayers.