Elected to serve the 158th Legislative District, Rep.-elect Eric Roe (R-West Goshen) was sworn into office on Jan. 3..
Raised in Chester County, Roe graduated from West Chester Henderson High School before earning degrees from American University in Washington, D.C., and University College London in the United Kingdom.
Prior to serving as an administrative analyst for Chester County Commissioner Michelle Kichline, Roe was a fellow at the John Jay Institute and served as a special assistant at the Chertoff Group, a homeland security consulting firm led by former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff.
As a state representative, Roe’s top priorities will be public employee pension reform, overhauling Pennsylvania’s system of property taxation, strengthening education, and working to foster an environment in the Commonwealth that promotes job creation and business development.
Roe serves on the following caucuses: Government Reform; Agriculture; Taxpayers’; Climate; and Nuclear Energy.
Roe currently resides in West Goshen with his wife, Alice.