ISSUES

FIGHTING FOR QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL
For Tom Wyatt, the fight for quality education is personal. He went from a trailer home to a rewarding legal career because of educational opportunities he received. After college, he worked for two years as a public school teacher and saw how a strong neighborhood school can enrich a child’s life and uplift a community. As a private citizen, he has been advocating for South Philly's schools for years and is the proud father of a kindergartner who attends his local public elementary (Jackson). (Read More)

BETTER JOBS. MORE SECURE FUTURES.
Tom understands how challenging it can be to find good-paying jobs. He worked on shipping docks, factory floors, and tire shops before earning his way to the leadership of a major public utility company, where he has been paying it forward as a job creator for years. As your State Representative, he will hit the ground running with relevant experience, connections, and skills to bring better jobs, better wages, and more economic security to South Philadelphians. (Read More)

RETURNING DEMOCRACY TO THE PEOPLE
For too long, South Philadelphians have watched their political power disappear. Big Money donors, super PACs, lobbyists, and other special interests have been buying, selling, and controlling politicians, causing everyday citizens to be overlooked by their elected representatives. For Tom, the return to Democracy for the People begins by eliminating Big Money from Pennsylvania politics. To show his commitment, Tom has pledged to not let Big Money interests buy and sell him. (Read More)