Relying on her two decades of experience in federal legislative district offices, Rep. Marci Mustello will use her time in Harrisburg to enact policies to support job creation and expansion, reform property taxes, reduce government spending, eliminate burdensome taxes, and improve the business climate. Rep. Mustello is serving her second full term in the House of Representatives after assuming office following a May 2019 special election.

Rep. Mustello has been assigned to serve on the House Appropriations (chair of the subcommittee on education), Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Gaming Oversight and Liquor Control committees for the 2023-24 Legislative Session.

A life-long resident of western Pennsylvania, Marci was raised on the traditions of hard work and self-reliance. Prior to her service as a state representative, Marci most recently worked as a staffer for U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly. Also, she served as the president of the board of directors for the Butler County Humane Society, where she was responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, day-to-day operations and strategic plan of the organization. 
Marci is committed to improving the quality of life for all residents and making sure our children have the best education available. As part of her legislative priorities, she will protect our state and national Constitutions and will advocate for state’s rights, Second Amendment rights, and pro-life rights. She will also strive to enact policies and work with local government and law enforcement to end the opioid crisis, raise awareness of animal cruelty, and end the influence of special interests. 
Marci is a graduate of Butler High School and attended Butler County Community College, Slippery Rock University and Grove City College. 
State Rep. Marci Mustello represents the 11th Legislative District in Butler County, which includes the city of Butler; Butler, Oakland, Summit, Jefferson, Clinton, Donegal, Clearfield, Winfield boroughs and Buffalo townships; as well as East Butler and Saxonburg and Chicora boroughs.