Proud to serve
In her first two terms in the Pennsylvania State House, Elizabeth Fiedler has fought for every person to be able to get quality medical care, a good education, and a home — regardless of how much money they have. At the Capitol in Harrisburg and at home in South Philly, Elizabeth works every day to serve her neighbors, not the super-rich or big corporations.
Elizabeth is the child of two union public school teachers who taught her firsthand about equality and about the power of a union. Elizabeth carried that vision with her when she announced, as the parent of a 3-month-old baby and a toddler, she was running a grassroots people-powered campaign for state House.
Before her successful run for State Representative, Elizabeth spent a decade as a reporter at the Philadelphia NPR station. She brought her reporting skills with her to elected office and is dedicated to asking tough questions of people in power and amplifying the voices of working people across her district and the state.