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BackgroundEdit

  • D, 28, state rep candidate in 2006
  • Attorney
  • Marathon runner
  • Uncle is Jack Wagner, PA Attorney General. Father is Pete Wagner, D Party Committee.
  • Candidate for Allegheny County Controller in 2011 primary

VideosEdit

Candidate night in Brookline in 2011.Edit

Chelsa Wagner April 201108:47

Chelsa Wagner April 2011.wmv

Promises Delivered00:31

Promises Delivered

Campaign commercial (:30) in April 2015

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IssuesEdit

Stricter Handicap ParkingEdit

Property Tax ReformEdit

Provide adequate school funding and remove the disproportionate property tax burden on senior citizens. Reform initiatives must go beyond a band aid cure of tax shifting.

State Government ReformEdit

Enact immediate measures to lessen state government expenses and reduce the size of the legislature. Change the way Harrisburg does business to ensure that true public servants seek office rather than career politicians.

Economic DevelopmentEdit

Attract new well-paying jobs, retain population and thereby expand our state's tax base by supporting strategic economic development initiatives throughout the region.

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Cooperation with Rich Fitzgerald in May, 2015Edit

Joint statementEdit

On Thursday, County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and I met to discuss how to move forward in the best interest of the county's taxpayers. We also discussed general governance and key policy issues of great import to Allegheny County taxpayers such as: healthcare at the county jail to regional economic development to the internal operations of county government. It was a positive dialogue, below is the text of a joint statement we sent out yesterday afternoon:

Fitzgerald, Wagner Meet, Commit to Working Cooperatively for County Taxpayers

PITTSBURGH – Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and County Controller Chelsa Wagner met earlier this week over lunch to discuss how to move forward from here in the best interest of the county’s taxpayers:


“Nobody benefits when elected officials argue. I’m glad that the Controller and I were able to clear the air and agree to put aside any differences,” said County Executive Fitzgerald. “Working cooperatively, we are more likely to find efficiencies and savings that benefit Allegheny County taxpayers. At the end of the day, we agree that the County taxpayers are our boss and who we should be serving. By focusing on that, and our commonalities, Allegheny County residents benefit.”

“I am encouraged that Rich and I engaged in an important discussion yesterday on general governance, and also touched on important policy topics for Allegheny County taxpayers, ranging from healthcare at the jail to regional economic development to the internal operations of County government,” said County Controller Chelsa Wagner. “I look forward to building on this conversation to forge a productive relationship that can result in the most effective, innovative and responsive government for our residents. I believe that we share that goal.”

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I look forward to building on this conversation to forge a productive relationship that can result in the most effective, innovative and responsive government for our residents. I believe we share that goal. I believe you share in that goal too. Your continued support and active citizenship will be vital in making sure all of our residents share in the prosperity of our region's recent successes.

Thank you,

Chelsa

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