Kampf Launches 2012 Re-Election Campaign
State Rep. Warren Kampf (R-PA 157) says he will seek a second term in Harrisburg.
State Representative Warren Kampf (R-PA 157) is officially running for a second term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
In an emailed press release announcing his re-election bid Monday afternoon, Kampf says "during my first year in office, I have answered the public's call to restore fiscal discipline to state government and have focused on making our state more competitive in the national marketplace," said Kampf. "I am proud of my efforts thus far, but know there is still much to be done. Restoring our economy by reversing the failed policies of over-spending and over-borrowing of the previous administration will take time."
Kampf, a former member and Chairman of the Tredyffrin Township Board of Supervisors, was elected to the seat in 2010. Kampf defeated one term Democrat incumbent Paul Druker, another former Tredyffrin Supervsor, by less than 300 votes to win the seat representing the 157th district in Harrisburg.
There are no announced Democrat candidates for the seat at this point.
Click on the PDF to read Kampf's official campaign announcement.