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Key lawmaker won't seek re-election

Written by The Associated Press | Dec 4, 2013 12:52 PM
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(Harrisburg) -- A member of the Republican leadership in the state House of Representatives says he won't to seek another term next year.

Representative Dick Stevenson of Mercer County says he won't run to retain the seat he's held since 2001. He's been the caucus administrator in recent years for the House Republicans, a lower-level leadership post.

Stevenson is a former chairman of the Mercer County Board of Commissioners and a former Grove City Borough Council president.

He's a U.S. Air Force veteran and businessman who has an undergraduate degree from St. Francis College in New York and a master's from Suffolk University.

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