Joseph Soloski - Election Result: 2.9%

Party: Libertarian

Office: PA House ( District: 81 )

Joe Soloski has been in Public Accounting since December 1979 and passed the CPA exam in 1985. He managed his own accounting firm in the Pittsburgh area for 27 years. He has also served as Comptroller for companies in the publication and construction industries as well as serving as the Financial Analyst for companies in the scientific instrument and public transportation industries. While Joe has been a Libertarian minded individual for all of his life, he joined the Libertarian Party in 2016. He served as the contact person in Pennsylvania District 7 for the Johnson/Weld Presidential Campaign of 2016. He was elected Treasurer of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania in 2017 and he also sits on the Board of Directors of the Libertarian Party of Centre County. Having moved to Centre County in 2013, Joe now lives with his wife, Sally, in Halfmoon Township. He enjoys golf, community theatre, and classic automobiles. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Bridge of Hope/Centre County and is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Centre County.
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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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