YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Republican State Rep. Mike Jones is seeking his third term in November, representing the 93rd District, which serves parts of southern York County. He first won the seat in 2018, defeating Democrat Delma Rivera-Lytle.
Although Jones ran unopposed in his last term's election, this year he will face Democrat Chris Rodkey.
Born and raised in York County, Jones graduated from Dallastown High School and received a degree in electronic engineering technology from DeVry University in Ohio.
Jones worked for St. Onge for the next 23 years. He served as the president of the company from 2006 to 2017, traveling the world and working with Fortune 500 companies including Johnson & Johnson, ExxonMobil, Lowe’s, Alcoa, AutoZone, Kraft Foods and Procter & Gamble.
A fiscal and social services conservative, Jones says he is committed to eliminating school property taxes and minimizing government. Jones is Pro-Life and pledged to protect the right to life and support pro-life policies in Pennsylvania, as well as to promote adoption, quality foster care, and policies that encourage and strengthen families.
Jones and his wife have four adopted children, all from Russia.
The 93rd Legislative District consists of parts of York County including the townships of East Hopewell, Fawn, Hopewell, North Hopewell, Springfield and York and the boroughs of Cross Roads, Dallastown, Fawn Grove, Jacobus, Loganville, Seven Valleys, Shrewsbury, Stewartstown, Winterstown and Yoe.