Gridlock in Harrisburg has the state at a standstill. While Governor Wolf has many good ideas, he hasn't been able to negotiate with the Legislature to move the Commonwealth forward. Meanwhile, long-term members of the House and Senate on both sides of the aisle have been able to coast and collect a paycheck. Corey, a pragmatist by nature, wants to ensure that progress is made and that the residents of District 32 see real results, especially when it comes to education, taxes, infrastructure, and wages.
Corey Young holds a BA in Population and Development Studies from Washington & Jefferson College and a Master's in City and Regional Planning from Clemson University. A Maryland native, Corey came to Pennsylvania for college and fell in love with the sights, sounds, and people of Pittsburgh. After attending graduate school in South Carolina, he worked in Texas for a number of years as an urban planner focused on economic development and mass transit. When the opportunity presented itself, he returned to the Pittsburgh region for work.