The Philadelphia Inquirer calls Stewart Greenleaf “among Harrisburg’s best.” Why? Because he is someone whose understands the concerns of our families, then fights for our needs in Harrisburg.
A lifelong resident of Upper Moreland Township, Stewart’s service to our community began locally in the Bucks and Montgomery County District Attorney’s offices where he worked to keep our children, seniors and families safe by prosecuting criminals.
As our Senator, Stewart has focused on our priorities: protecting our tax dollars, helping job creators, providing the support our schools need, and keeping our neighborhoods safe.
Stewart has also fought for common sense issues that receive little attention, but make a big difference, like authoring Pennsylvania’s Puppy Mill Law.
Stewart graduated from Upper Moreland High School and the University of Pennsylvania before earning a law degree from the University of Toledo. He is a husband, father and grandfather who remained active in the outdoors.