State Senate 19th District
Kevin Runey resides in London Grove Township with his wife Beth and three sons. Kevin and his college sweetheart Beth have been happily married for almost 17 years. They are proud parents of three boys ages 13, 10, and 7. The boys are extremely active in student council, baseball, football, wrestling, basketball, and band. The Runey family are members of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church.
Kevin serves as the treasurer for the Avon Grove Wildcats Football Board and on the Board of Limited Jurisdiction for Assumption BVM School. He has been a Little League coach as well as a volunteer with AGRA Wrestling. Like many parents, Kevin and Beth are very involved in numerous youth organizations. Kevin will serve Chester County with his family values and our children always in mind.
For the last 17 years, Kevin has worked in Healthcare Operations and Sales with a focus on improving surgical outcomes. Kevin has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences. Kevin’s knowledge and background in healthcare will serve as a valuable voice in our State Senate.
Kevin currently serves as a Township Supervisor in London Grove Township. Using his local government experience, as Senator, he will work with all levels of government to solve problems and meet the needs of our local communities. Kevin has also served on the London Grove Township planning commission for the last three years. As a public servant, Kevin has worked to create job growth and make sure that Chester County continues to be a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family.
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 6
My name is John Emmons, and I’m running for Congress.
My background is in business. Balancing budgets. Continually improving. Leading hundreds of people. Adapting to an ever-changing economy.
But 12 years ago – worried about the direction of our country and the world we would leave to our children and grandchildren - I stepped forward to become more involved in politics as a volunteer and leader for causes I believe in.
Today, the foundations of our country are being attacked and undermined by a large, distant, over-reaching federal bureaucracy and elements in our society with strong anti-American views. So, it’s time to take another bold step forward. That’s why I am running for Congress.
We need to protect and preserve the pillars of America: Individual liberty, personal responsibility, and opportunity - the freedom to pursue one’s dreams.
I grew up on a small farm. We worked hard for what we had. We were taught important lessons by our parents: In America, we are blessed with freedom. In return, we must take responsibility for ourselves and our families. Work hard. Look out for our neighbors. Give back to our communities.
I hope you agree with me and will join our campaign. Together, we can reclaim the American dream and the promise of America.
State House 157th District
Bryan Walters is a lifelong resident of Chester County and has been an active member of his community and a dedicated public servant. He was general manager for Walters Restaurant in Phoenixville, a longstanding family owned business.
In terms of public service, he previously served as an elected Township Supervisor in Schuylkill Township. Subsequently, Bryan was elected to three terms as the Prothonotary of Chester County. He also served as Sadsbury Township Manager.
Bryan will utilize his extensive business experience and his experience in public life to serve the residents of the 157th district with distinction.