We care about our towns and the future!

Margie Brown
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Hometown Values

Rural towns in PA offer a way of life worth preserving. There is more physical space between us, but we come together to make strong communities. The business policies and practices of the last few decades have strained  our local economies and hurt small businesses, farms, and hospitals. It's time to change that!

The Platform

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The Common Health of PA

The Common Interest of Pennsylvanians

The Common Interest of Pennsylvanians

Health can be personal, but it has always been a public concern. That's why government at every level has a Department of Health. 


An economy is only as healthy as its people. It's past time to make healthcare affordable and accessible to rural Pennsylvanians., including:


  • rural hospitals
  • addiction & mental health
  • affordable medications and wellness visits

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The Common Interest of Pennsylvanians

The Common Interest of Pennsylvanians

The Common Interest of Pennsylvanians

We need government policies that empower:  

  • small businesses & industry
  • small farms & their supply chains
  • local hospitals & healthcare
  • public education & training
  • The PA Wilds and its related businesses

We need broadband internet access. 

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The Common Wealth in Rural PA

The Common Interest of Pennsylvanians

The Common Wealth in Rural PA

We often feel overtaxed and under-served. For those in the working class, the middle class and even the upper middle class, it's  true. We are carrying more of the burden and able to save less and afford less. While some business policy changes can improve economic equality, we also need additional taxing policies. Those who make hundreds of thousands should contribute differently than those making billions - this includes e-commerce.