Logan Dellafiora might be young, but he has a proven track record of getting things done for Indiana County. An active student while in the Homer Center School District, he had many academic achievements including being featured on KDKA for Hometown High-Q. Logan decided he wanted to stay close to home for college and graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he studied political science.
In November of 2015 – coincidentally the first election he could vote in – he ran a write in campaign for the Homer Center School District Board of Directors. It was a success. During his time on the Board of Directors, he advocated for the taxpayers. He knows that taxes seem to be ever increasing, but that mostly stems from lack of funding from politicians in Harrisburg who would rather give tax breaks to big corporations than properly fund public schools.
Logan currently serves as Second Assistant Chief of the Coral-Graceton Volunteer Fire Company. He quickly moved up the ranks after joining the company at the age of 14 as a Junior Firefighter. His father had previously served in the fire company as Assistant Fire Chief.
With his deep roots and dedication to the district, Logan Dellafiora is the public servant that can get commonsense change passed. He knows the issues of the district and wants to save the taxpayers money, rather than continue to raise their taxes. As state representative, he will continue to act in the interest of the taxpayers – as he has done on the Board of Directors – and work to better the community – as he has done as a firefighter.