Frank Gillen, a graduate of the Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University, is a senior analyst, Derivative Operations at BNY Mellon. The current political climate in our country is what inspired him to get involved and ultimately run for office. The Republican party is voting against progressive initiatives that would benefit most people residing in this district, as well as most Pennsylvanians. There are too many career politicians in positions of power in the state of Pennsylvania, and for years they have been doing a disservice to all the people they represent. Career politics needs to come to an end, and he would like to represent the new beginning.
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