ENOLA, Pa. (WHTM) – A Cumberland County pharmacist will run for state Senate this November, joining two others on the ballot.
Dr. Jon Bosha of East Eennsboro Township will run against state Rep. Mike Regan for the 31st District. The district covers parts of Cumberland and York counties.
The seat was left vacant by retiring state Senator Pat Vance. With less than 48 days until the November election, the Democrat knows he has a lot of work to do to beat Regan.
“I’m not blind to the fact that he’s got a big campaign. His campaign spent a ton of money and we’re getting into the game a little late and I know there’s a mountain to climb, but I really think there’s a chance here,” Bosha said.
Regan and Bosha will be joined on the ballot by West Shore School District teacher Kenneth Gehosky.