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John Blake (Pennsylvania State Senator)

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Preceded by  Bob Mellow
Name  John Blake
Political party  Democratic
Role  Political figure
Profession  Legislator
Party  Democratic Party
Religion  Roman Catholic

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Born  August 1, 1960 (age 55) Scranton, Pennsylvania (1960-08-01)
Alma mater  Villanova University University of Scranton Harvard University
Residence  Archbald, Pennsylvania, United States
Education  Harvard University, Villanova University, University of Scranton

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John Blake is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania State Senate who has represented the 22nd District since 2011.

Blake received a bachelor's degree from Villanova University while playing on the school's football team. He then earned a master's in social work from Marywood College and a master's in business administration from the University of Scranton. Blake then took a job as director of the Lackawanna County Redevelopment Authority, ushering in a long career in housing policy. Prior to entering electoral politics, he also held a two-year fellowship position under the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development, a job as vice president for community development with PNC Bank, and an appointment as the Ed Rendell administration's director of policy for Northeastern Pennsylvania.[1]


John Blake (Pennsylvania State Senator) Wikipedia