Jeffrey Pyle - Election Result: WINNER, UNCONTESTED

Party: Republican

Office: PA House ( District: 60 )

Pyle is a 1986 graduate West Virginia University, receiving a bachelor of arts degree in political science. He later earned a bachelor of science in secondary social studies education, graduating cum laude from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1991. Pyle went on to teach American history and government at Ford City High School as well as Social Studies at Shannock Valley Jr./Sr. High School. Prior to his election to the house in 2004, Pyle was the Mayor of Ford City, Pennsylvania. In 2004, he took over 61% of the vote in winning his first term and was re-elected in 2006 with over 70% and again in 2008 running unopposed.
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Do you support net neutrality?

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Should the minimum wage be raised?

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What is your view on Climate Change?

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Regarding gun laws, what generally do you support from the choices below?

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How should marijuana be regulated?

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Should the drawing of district lines be done by an independent system instead of state legislators?

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Were you (or would you have been) in support of the 2016 legislation regulating opioids in Pennsylvania (Act 122, Act 124, Act 125, Act 126)?

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From the choices below, what best represents your view on the wages men and women are paid?

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Regarding Pennsylvania pensions, were you (or would you have been) in favor of the 2017 Senate Bill 1 that introduces a 401K-style component into pension benefits for new hires after 2019?

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From the choices below, what best represents your view on property taxes?

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From the choices below, what best represents your view on abortion?

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