HARRISBURG, PA. (Erie News Now) – The 2022 election year is officially here and already in full swing.
Monday, former State Representative and Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, Jeff Coleman, officially announced his run.
The former two-term State Representative was first elected at age 25 in 2000. Just over two decades later, he is officially running for public office again.
Coleman looks ahead to the spring primary where he hopes to win his party’s nomination for Lt. Governor. If elected, he would run alongside one of the many GOP Gubernatorial candidates who will be competing for the nomination in May.
Coleman first spoke with ErieNewsNow at a campaign event in December. He hopes his message of restoring civility in politics will resonate with voters.
ErieNewsNow will continue to familiarize you with the candidates and their priorities before the primary election on May 17.