Ready to keep
working for you.
Currently serving Lansdale, Hatfield, Souderton, Telford, and Franconia and Salford Townships.
Meet Steve Malagari
State Representative Steve Malagari was elected in 2018 to represent Pennsylvania’s 53rd Legislative District.
Born and raised in Lansdale along with his two siblings, Steve graduated from North Penn High School and Ursinus College. Steve went on to become one of the youngest council members on Lansdale Borough Council. As a council member and member of the Montgomery County Transportation Authority, Steve was focused on improving the local roads and bridges that residents rely on in their daily lives, and in community development projects.
As a Teamster and former local wholesale beverage seller, Steve is an impassioned advocate for working-class families.
Steve has a proven track record of fighting for working Pennsylvanians in Harrisburg, including standing up for unions and workers’ rights. He is committed to keep making bipartisan progress on health care, and committed to protecting and serving our seniors.
His priorities for improving lives within the 53rd District include fighting for quality education, expanding infrastructure projects to repair neglected roadways, and standing up for local agriculture and environmental protections.
Steve lives with his wife, Rachel, adopted dog, and three cats blocks away from where he grew up in the district.
Steve continues to...
Expand funding for our public schools, With bipartisan, statewide property tax relief to shift the burden away from taxpayers while giving our students, teachers, and support professionals the resources they need to succeed.
Make bipartisan progress on health care by lowering premiums, improving access to mental health care, and committing to women’s health and safety.
Protect and serve our seniors by improving long-term health care services, and making life more affordable by implementing a senior property tax freeze and offering senior rent rebates.
Stand up for our local agriculture and environment through the PA Farm Bill and supporting the clean water work of the Delaware River Basin Commission, and committing to 100% renewable energy in Pennsylvania by 2050.
Focus on transportation infrastructure, Including working with PennDOT to finish the 309 Connector and addressing stormwater that is flooding our local roadways.
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We can build a stronger, brighter Pennsylvania powered by all of us. Your voice matters and the best way to make your voice heard is to vote.
We have everything you'll need to vote by absentee, mail-in ballot or on election day for Steve!
The General Election is on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020.