2022 Endorsements

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Ezra Nanes, Mayor of State College Borough

“Paul Takac has the abilities, qualities, and motivation we need in Harrisburg. He has built a high-performing team and run an incredibly well-organized and effective campaign. He’s demonstrated great commitment to our community and region, and he’s seeking office for all the right reasons. Paul cares about people, and I will be proud to call him my Representative in the General Assembly.”

Jesse Barlow

President of State College Borough Council

Richard Francke

Chair of College Township Council

Janet Engeman

State College Borough Councilmember

Carla Stilson

College Township Council Member

Gretchen Brandt

State College Borough Councilmember

Dustin Best

College Township Councilmember

Divine Lipscomb

State College Borough Councilmember

Peter Buck

SCASD Board Member

Carline Crevecoeur

SCASD Board Director

L. Eric Bernier

College Township Councilmember

Peter Marshall

State College Borough Councilmember

Rich Biever

Former

State College Borough Councilmember

Jackie Huff

SCASD Board Director

Gopal Balachandran

State College Borough Councilmember

Deanna Behring

State College Borough Councilmember

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In the News

Democrat Paul Takac decisively wins new Pennsylvania House seat in Centre County

Takac got 12,588 votes compared with 9,836 votes for his Republican opponent Justin Behrens, according to unofficial county results.

“I’m really looking forward to representing every person whether they voted for me or not,” Takac said.

Centre County Officials Speak Out Against Proposed State Constitution Amendments

A trio of bipartisan Centre County elected officials on Monday voiced their opposition to a bill in the Pennsylvania General Assembly that could put a series of divisive state constitutional amendments related to elections and abortion on the ballot next spring.

PA State House candidates say abortion is a top concern for Centre County voters this election

Paul Takac, Democrat candidate for the new House District 82, said his campaign is committed to being a resource for the community. He was recently endorsed by Planned Parenthood and his campaign organized a local Reproductive Justice March in conjunction with the national Women’s March for 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 starting at the Allen Street Gates in downtown State College.