About Mike Mike Jones is serving his second term representing residents of the 93rd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. The 93rd District consists of the boroughs of Cross Roads, Dallastown, Fawn Grove, Jacobus, Loganville, Seven Valleys, Shrewsbury, Stewartstown, Winterstown and Yoe; and the townships of East Hopewell, Fawn, Hopewell, North Hopewell, Springfield and York. A lifelong resident of York County, Mike graduated from Dallastown Area High School, where he excelled academically and athletically and was president of his senior class. Mike was awarded a full scholarship to attend DeVry University in Columbus, OH, and graduated first in his class with a Bachelor of Science degree in electronic engineering technology. Mike was named president of St. Onge in January 2006 and held the position until he retired in January 2017. Under Mike’s leadership, St. Onge more than doubled in size, was named one of the world’s Top 100 Supply Chain Partners seven times, appeared multiple times on the Central Penn Business Journal’s list of the 50 fastest growing companies in the region, and was named to Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the country each of the past three years. Mike grew as a leader during his tenure at St. Onge. His experience with and appreciation for the virtues of America and American free market capitalism taught him the value of working together and the need to make our country the strongest, most generous and greatest nation in the world. Mike’s inspiration to run for office is based in his belief that too many legislators are busy protecting their job rather than doing their job. He brings to the state House integrity, humility, years of leadership and business experience, and a strong work ethic inherited from his parents. Mike will continually push for a return to citizen government, specifically, term limits, restrictions on personal gifts from lobbyists and a part-time legislature like that of 40 other states. He is already leading by example in pledging to support term limits, to not accept personal gifts from lobbyists, and to refuse a government pension and per diems. Mike and Julie, his wife of 26 years, have four children, all adopted from Russia. They reside in the Dallastown Area School District.