Maria Collett, Pennsylvania State Senate

Nurse and attorney looks to end 40-year Republican dynasty

Maria Collett

PA SD-12

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2018 Result: Collett wins by 6-point margin (53% to 47%)

Maria Collett is running for an open State Senate seat in Pennsylvania against Stewart Greenleaf, Jr., a member of a conservative political family who supports right-wing agenda items such as cutting education funding and restricting women's rights. Stewart Greenleaf Sr. is not running for re-election after representing the district since 1979.

Collett began her professional career as an attorney working on behalf of children victimized by abuse and neglect; in 2009 she changed careers and became a nurse at two separate hospitals before shifting her focus to working as a Nurse Educator.

Collett received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, her BSN from Drexel's School of Nursing, and her JD from Rutgers Law School.

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Candidate Name

Maria Collett (D)

Stewart Greenleaf, Jr. (R)

Campaign Spending

$38,789 raised, $32,523 cash on hand (through 5/18)

$2,407 raised, $0 cash on hand (through 5/18)

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Election Results

Senate District 12

2014: R+26.6

2010: R+28

Presidential

2016: D+2.3

2012: D+1.9

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Pennsylvania's State Senate District 12 lies in the collar counties of Philadelphia, incorporating parts of Bucks and Montgomery County. This is a suburban area that Hillary Clinton carried in 2016 that is become more diverse and is seen as a strong pickup opportunity for Democrats. Collett is seeking to become the first Democrat elected to the office serving constituents in parts of Bucks and Montgomery counties.

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