Billotte Announces Write-in Bid for 63rd District Race

Joe Billotte PhotoCLARION, Pa. (EYT) – Clarion resident Joe Billotte has announced his bid as a Democratic write-in candidate for the 63rd District Pennsylvania House of Representatives in the April 26 primary election.

He will be facing incumbent Donna Oberlander (R) in the primary.

“As a lifetime resident of this area, I am eager to fight for you in Harrisburg,” Billotte said. “No one citizen should feel that they have less of a voice than another. We all matter.”

Billotte works in sales and management, and is currently employed with API Autobody Products Inc. in Clarion. He earned his B.A. at Clarion University in 1989. Billotte currently serves as a judge of elections for Clarion Township’s Precinct 6-1.

Over the past decade, Billotte has worked hard for Clarion County as a community volunteer. He has organized annual events including Knox Horse Thief Days, Strattanville Homecoming, New Bethlehem Peanut Butter Festival and the East Brady Area Riverfest. He has served on boards for the Clarion Area Chamber of Business and Industry, the Clarion Conservancy, the March of Dimes and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Billotte has also worked with the Clarion-Limestone School District Parents Advisory Board and the Clarion-Limestone Scholastic Foundation. He serves on the Jefferson County-DuBois Area Vocational-Technical School (JEFF TECH) Advisory Board in Reynoldsville.

“Our region has faced many hardships, ranging from unemployment to underfunded schools,” he said. “I am committed to confronting these issues and making real changes here in the 63rd District.

“I offer you a proven record as a community leader and a volunteer throughout Clarion County,” Billotte concluded. “I will listen to all my constituents and give you the representation you deserve on critical local and statewide issues.”

Anyone interested in finding out more about Billotte and his candidacy may contact Billotte at 724-256-0800.


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