Senator Pat Toomey
Senator Toomey joined the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania in 2011 on a platform of economic and job growth, restoring fiscal responsibility, and creating stronger, safer communities. Sought out by his colleagues for his views on financial reform and budgetary issues, Senator Toomey was labeled by the Philadelphia Inquirer as "a leading voice on money matters." During his time in the Senate, Senator Toomey has successfully led efforts to cut taxes for families, make our business tax code more competitive, end wasteful federal spending, and protect children from abusers. The senator serves on the Senate's Banking, Budget, and Finance committees.
Senator Toomey previously served in the U.S. House of Representatives for six years. Honoring his pledge to limit himself to three terms, he did not seek re-election to the House in 2004. In addition to his public service, the senator has also worked in the financial services industry, served as president of the Club for Growth, and owned and operated a small restaurant chain in the Lehigh Valley with his brothers.
A graduate of Harvard University, he lives in the Lehigh Valley with his wife, Kris, and their three children. Email Pat.
Radnor Township Board of Commissioners
Commissioner Richard Booker, Esq., Ward 2
Commissioner Booker serves as Ward 2 Commissioner. Booker also currently serves as director of tax controversy and state tax planning for a major publicly traded hydrocarbon pipeline partnership. He is responsible for managing tax litigation and directing efforts to mitigate state and federal tax impacts on the partnership, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Booker has lived in Radnor since 2002 with his wife and three children.
Commissioner Jake Abel, Ward 6
Commissioner Abel was elected Ward 6 Commissioner in November 2016. Abel began his career as a Foreign Policy assistant with the Office of the Speaker in Washington, DC. He later became a Professional Staff Member with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) where he conducted oversight of counter-terrorism programs and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis. Jake then served as an Intelligence Officer with the Defense Intelligence Agency where he analyzed and briefed senior government officials on global terrorism threats. He has lived in Radnor since 2011 with his wife and four sons. Email Jake.