Clint was born and raised in Tioga County, having grown up on a dairy farm in Middlebury Center. He graduated from Three Springs Ministries, through its True North Internship. He also worked at Three Springs Ministry, first as director of program development and then as general manager. Clint also worked in the family store, Owlett’s Sunshine Farm Market, where he learned the fundamentals of running a small business in Pennsylvania. He later went to work for Ski Sawmill Family Resort. He currently serves with the leaders at Wellsboro Bible Church and has formerly served on the New Covenant Academy School Board. In addition, he has coached baseball and served as a PIAA .
* All bios derived from candidates' websites.
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)?
From campaign website https://www.owlettforparep.com/opioid-crisis/:
The opioid crisis has become a reality for nearly everyone in our district. I recognize this heavy weight on our shoulders and plan to fight for resources for addicts, counseling for families and peer groups, and legislation that gets to the core of the problem. We have the power to solve this problem now. I am committed to working very hard at solutions.
From the choices below, what best represents your view on property taxes?
From campaign website https://www.owlettforparep.com/business-growth/:
Owning a small business and working with several others, I understand what it takes to get a business off the ground and keep it going. I also get frustrated seeing businesses leave our district without a big push to keep them. This is something I’m very passionate about as it affects our tax rates, housing markets, property taxes, job opportunities and schools. This also determines the future of our district, as we want to attract our next generations to bring their families back to the district.