We need big ideas for Pennsylvania.


An economy that works for everybody — not just a wealthy few. Lower healthcare costs for people and employers. A real commitment to education, clean energy, worker's rights and equal pay.

As a progressive activist and lifelong Pennsylvanian, I'm ready to take our fight for change to Harrisburg. We have a plan to get there — but we'll need your help to win new representation for PA's 16th State Senate District.

About Mark Pinsley

Pennsylvania born and raised, I'm the product of PA's public school system. I graduated with a BS/BA in Finance from Northeastern University, and worked my way through college by covering the graveyard shift at a local hotel. In the midst of this rigorous schedule, I joined the Army Reserves where for the next 6 years I served my country. I then went on to earn my MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

As a small business owner, the issue of rising healthcare costs has always hit especially close to home. After the 2016 election, I realized it was time to become part of the solution. In 2017, I ran for and became the first Democrat in 25 years to be elected as South Whitehall Township Commissioner. It was through knocking on doors and talking to the community that I realized many of the issues Pennsylvanians want to see solved can't be fully addressed at the local level. Today, I'm building a coalition to take our fight for economic justice to the state level in 2018 by running for State Senate to represent Lehigh County.



The Anti-Corruption Act. $15 minimum wage. Healthcare for all. 100% clean energy. We need big-picture thinking and strong communities for the days ahead.


I'm one of many Pennsylvanians taking a stand after the 2016 election. We're building a people-powered campaign funded by small donations — not corporate PACs.