Bill Rettew, “Spahr, Andrew face off for 160th Dem vote,” Daily Local News, 5/28/20
Democrats Cathy Spahr and Anton Andrew will face off in the June 2 primary for the Democratic nod in the 160th House District.
The seat is currently held by state Rep. Stephen Barrar, R-160th, of Upper Chichester. Republican Craig Williams threw his hat into the ring to replace Barrar; Williams is running unopposed in the Republican primary.
Andrew, 49, is a Kennett Township resident, lawyer and said he has spent 25 years “fighting for working class families.”
The father of three children served as a public defender.
“I worked with investigators, social workers, educators and medical professionals to create alternatives to incarceration for juveniles and protected the rights of those who couldn’t afford an attorney.”…
Spahr is a Chichester resident and Newtown Township Codes, Planning and Zoning Administrative Coordinator. She graduated with an Environmental Science degree from Dickinson College in Carlisle and a masters degree in Geography and Planning from West Chester University.
The 46-year-old political activist is a mother of two 11-year-old boys and is in a long-term relationship.
In Harrisburg and Washington, she teaches children how to lobby about the environment….
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