2018 Republican Candidates

Sean Stevens

Candidate for Pennsylvania State Representative in the 194th District

Ed Flocco

Candidate for Pennsylvania State House in the 148th District

Baltazar Rubio

Candidate for Pennsylvania State House in the 166th District

Sean was raised in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. He lived primarily with his mother and his grandfather. He learned early the values of hard work and sacrifice from his family.

The value of a strong public education is important to Sean Stevens. His family stressed the value of education and Sean graduated from Frankford High School. He went on to Temple University and earned his degree in economics.

After graduating from Temple he later joined National School and Community Corps, an Americorps program, where he worked as a service-learning coordinator within the School District of Philadelphia. Sean helped to enthusiastically build partnerships between schools and communities throughout the City of Philadelphia

After completing his year of service with Americorps he earned his Master of International Business Administration from Temple University while studying in Paris and Tokyo. He then earned his Juris Doctor, from Temple University School of Law. As a law student Sean worked with Temple Legal Aid assisting individuals living with HIV and cancer obtain Social Security benefits. After graduation Sean sought his Master of Law in Trial Advocacy from Temple University School of Law to sharpen his trial skills.

Sean has experience as a trial attorney with the City of Philadelphia’s Law Department. He has previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney with City of Philadelphia’s District Attorney’s Office. He also serves as a court certified arbitrator and judge pro temp for the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia.

Sean served as a Board member of Discovery Charter School Sean has served Discover since 2007. During his tenure on the Board he has become chair and helped oversee the construction of new 13 million dollar state of the art facility.

Sean also coaches youth soccer with the Narberth Athletic Association.

Sean has taught as an adjunct professor at DeSales University and Gwynedd Mercy University. He instructs students in Business Law, Corporate Social Responsibility, Risk Management and Insurance, and Risk Management in Healthcare.

Sean lives in East Falls with his wife and two children.

Ed Flocco, a lifelong resident of Whitemarsh Township, is fiscally conservative, socially moderate, community minded.  Ed attended school in the Colonial School District and went on to Drexel University, where he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, in accounting and economics. Later, he attended Philadelphia University and received a Masters in Taxation.  He has experience in public accounting, private business, and higher education.