Alvin Q. Taylor
|Alvin Q. Taylor|
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|Pennsylvania State Senate District 15|
|Bachelor's||Virginia Union University|
|Master's||Virginia Union University|
Taylor is currently a Committeeman for Precinct 10 of Lower Paxton Township. He has worked with a variety of political and community organizations. He co-founded the IMC City Wide Revival and chaired the 28th and 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations. He earned his AA in Sociology from Virginia College, his B.A. in Sociology from Virginia Union University, and his Master of Divinity degree from Virginia Union University. Taylor is married and has 3 children.
PoliticsPA has named the District 15 primary one of Pennsylvania's top ten most interesting legislative primaries in 2012.
- "I am Alvin Q. Taylor a 2-term Democratic Committeeman of Lower Paxton Township's 10th Precinct. I am here today to announce my candidacy for the 15th District of the Pennsylvania State Senate. As a husband and father of 3 adult children and 50-year resident of Lower Paxton, I want to be involved with making the 2-county area of the 15th Senate District a good community to raise and educate families..."
On March 8, Harrisburg Hope sponsored a debate for the District 15 primary candidates. Coverage of the debate can be found here.
|Pennsylvania State Senate, District 15 Democratic Primary, 2012|
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- Alvin Q. Taylor, Campaign site
- Alvin Q. Taylor, Facebook profile
- Alvin Q. Taylor, Official Twitter feed
- York Dispatch, "Issues and answers: The 15th state Senate District," April 17, 2012 (Candidate questionnaire)
- WHTM, "Alvin Taylor: Democratic candidate for 15th state Senate District" (Candidate video profile)
- Alvin Q. Taylor, Campaign site, Accessed April 18, 2012
- PoliticsPA, "Top 10 Most Interesting Pa. House & Senate Primaries," April 3, 2012
- Pennsylvania Department of State, "2012 General Primary," accessed March 11, 2014
- Pennsylvania Department of State, "2012 General Election," accessed March 11, 2014