Jim is leading reform by refusing a taxpayer-paid car, working to cut the size of the legislature and making Harrisburg more transparent.
Jim has been successful in securing public and private funding for important road improvements, economic developent projects and other community needs.
He opposes legalized abortion, except when the life of the mother is in danger or the pregnancy is a result of rape or incest.
He supports the death penalty in Pennsylvania.
He supports legislation that would add state restrictions to existing federal prohibitions concerning the hiring of undocumented immigrants or the provision of healthcare or government services to the undocumented.