I ran for the 130th State Representative seat because I believe in maintaining our freedom.
In Harrisburg I work to:
Get government out of the way of creating jobs.
Work to make PA a business friendly state that will attract new business.
Eliminate school property taxes.
Defend Personal property rights. Your rights to your property. I am against unconstitutional zoning laws and outrageous abuse of eminent domain laws. I support the repeal of the Death Tax.
Reduce the cost of government.
Continue welfare reforms to eliminate fraud and welfare abuse.
I have dedicate myself to representing and serving you, the residents of the 130th District. David M. Maloney, Sr.
Welcome to MaloneyForPAHouse.com my official website for my 2012 State House, 130th District campaign.
THANK YOU to all those who supported me and our efforts to make Pennsylvania stronger for "We the People". My whole team works hard and smart, and we will never quit to deliver our message about letting loose the private sector to create jobs, eliminating school property taxes and restoring real representative government as our founders intended. Thanks to all the many volunteers donors and supporters who have stood with me. - David
For our new friends, allow me to introduce myself as State Representative for the 130th Legislative District. As a patriotic American, I feel that in 2010 the people rose up and voted to stop expanding government and the over-reaching of politicians in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. I was part of that sweeping wave of new faces in government. All politicians across American were put on notice. That fight continues in 2012 with an intense state elections and the most critical Presidential election since 1980. The future of America is in the balance.
My wife and I have lived in Pike Township for 32 years where we raised our children. I am a graduate of Boyertown High School - Class of ’78.
In December of 2009 I completed my term as School Director in the Oley Valley School District. As part of the board in 2009; we accomplished the first zero tax increase in 10 years, negotiated a generous teacher salary giveback in 2009, and we oversaw a $28 million dollar budget, 200 employees and 1,900 students. Oley Valley took the momentum from 2009 to pass a second straight zero tax increase budget in 2010 with no help from Harrisburg.
I have been active civically most of my adult life; this includes being a member of the Victory Mile new track committee at Boyertown School District, an American Cancer Society Relay For Life Team Captain, member of several area sports clubs and associations, and serving as a PIAA official which allowed me to work with high school students and parents all across Berks County.
Before being elected to the General Assembly, I was a self employed carpenter and home remodeler for twenty-five years. I have seen the effects of this down economy and the hindrances and over regulation government has created that slow down job growth.
Pennsylvania deserves leadership that will serve and represent the citizens. I'm asking for your support to bring back the era of citizen legislators and eliminate the entitlement class of career politicians.
The Maloney Family at Campaign Kick-off, at the Boyertown Multi-Service Center.
David M. Maloney Sr.,
Member, PA General Assembly, 130th
David and friends in front of his tent at the Oley
Community Fair September 2010.
"Tax reduction thus sets off a process that can bring gains for everyone, gains won by marshalling resources that would otherwise stand idle—workers without jobs and farm and factory capacity without markets.
Yet many taxpayers seemed prepared to deny the nation the fruits of tax reduction because they question the financial soundness of reducing taxes when the federal budget is already in deficit.
Let me make clear why, in today's economy, fiscal prudence and responsibility call for tax reduction even if it temporarily enlarged the federal deficit—why reducing taxes is the best way open to us to increase revenues."
President John F. Kennedy
Economic Report of the President, January 1963
"Tax relief has never gotten us into trouble.
Spending has gotten us into trouble."
J.C. Watts - former Congressman from Oklahoma
David was invited to a reading of the US Constitution, Saturday 9-18-10 on North Walnut Street in Boyertown. Twenty people gathered to take turns reading parts aloud. David said "Our US Constitution is the greatest written guide on earth for free people to govern themselves. It is the beating heart of our liberty.”
"For a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket trying to lift himself by the handel."
Sir Winston Churchill
Contact us at 484-269-9824 or email to DavidMaloneyPA@gmail.com
Mailing address is : Maloney For PA House
Brian Roth - Treasurer
PO Box 293, Oley, PA 19547