Meet Steve Malagari

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Born & Raised Here

Steve is a true native son of his district. Born in Hatfield, raised in Lansdale, he has lived in our district his whole life. He was a student-athlete, an Eagle Scout, and a North Penn High graduate. He grew up with many of his constituents. Now he’s serving this same community in Harrisburg.

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Fighting for Working Pennsylvanians

A Teamster and a former local beverage wholesaler, Steve has worked in the district for years. He stands up for both workers and small businesses, and is an impassioned advocate for working-class families.

Now he’s working for the district. He began when he was first elected to Lansdale’s Borough Council in 2011. As council member and member of the Montgomery County Transportation Authority, Steve focused on improving the local roads and bridges that we rely on. He’s worked tirelessly to advance community development projects. And now, in Harrisburg, he’s fighting for our community, for union and worker rights, and for our schools. He’s working hard to support seniors and improve access to health care.

Steve Malagari talking with diverse group of constituents at park

At Home

Steve lives with his wife Rachel, their adopted dog and three rescue cats, blocks away from where he grew up in the district.

Steve’s Record Speaks for Itself

Secured $43.5 million in funding for public schools, local businesses, public safety, and grants

Delivered $6,966,152 from the American Rescue Plan to help the municipalities in the district

Assisted seniors. Helped 1,000+ local seniors get access to free transportation and property tax/rent rebates.  Worked to reduce prescription drug costs for over 100,000 seniors in PA

Assisted over 2,000 constituents through town halls, senior fairs, and veteran events

Supported our EMS and volunteer fire companies with funds for training, equipment repair, and operating expenses

Strengthened our infrastructure by securing over $7 million in state grants for district infrastructure improvement projects, collaborating with PennDOT to advance the 309 Connector project