Jobs & Economy

Chuck McIlhinney knows we must make Pennsylvania more competitive in the national marketplace to attract new businesses to our region and help existing businesses grow and expand. That’s why he’s supported comprehensive tax and regulation reforms as our State Senator. He voted to eliminate the inheritance tax on family-owned small businesses and farms to help protect …

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Chuck McIlhinney knows quality schools make the 10th District one of the best places to raise a family in Pennsylvania. As a husband and father, Chuck knows the value of a good education and works to ensure local children have access to quality schools at a price taxpayers can afford. That’s why he successfully fought …

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Fiscal Discipline

As our State Senator, Chuck McIlhinney has been a strong voice for fiscal discipline and lower spending while still ensuring the state provides the services our families, seniors, and job creators need. In fact, Chuck has a long and proven record of protecting taxpayers. As a local elected official, State Representative, and now as our State …

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Chuck McIlhinney knows that one of the things that makes Bucks County so unique are the unspoiled natural areas, farms, and open space that exist in our communities. As State Senator, he has worked to protect these areas – and all our natural resources – so they are there for future generations to enjoy. As …

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Holding the Line on Taxes

Chuck McIlhinney has a record of putting taxpayers first. That’s why he helped defeat a 16% income tax increase, gave local taxpayers a stronger voice in controlling local property taxes, and is working to eliminate the job-killing Capital Stock and Franchise Tax. When proposed budget cuts would have hurt local schools in Bucks and Montgomery Counties, …

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Long before “reform” became a popular political buzzword, Chuck McIlhinney has been working to make Harrisburg more open and transparent. He has long led by example – contributing to the cost of his own healthcare, voting “NO” to the legislative pay raise and leading the effort to repeal it, and introducing legislation to create a comprehensive …

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