About Rep. Charity Grimm Krupa
Blessed with a deep generational military and farm family background, strong Christian faith, and solid work ethic, Rep. Charity Grimm Krupa will use her diverse experience as a mother, wife, trusted local attorney and public servant to protect our constitutional rights against the woke agenda and big city politicians who threaten our way of life.
Charity is a graduate of Penn State and West Virginia College of Law, who previously served as an assistant Fayette County public defender.
Prior to her election to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in November 2022, Charity served as a private attorney with a special focus on civil rights litigation and expertly helping her clients seek justice any time their fundamental rights were violated. As your Representative, she will continue to protect and defend those rights.
Just as important, Charity will fight for commonsense reforms in Harrisburg to reduce crushing inflation and make life more affordable for every working family through controlled spending, less regulation, and economic policies that increase opportunities for good paying, family-sustaining jobs.
As a former Gallatin School Board member, she never voted for a tax increase, won the fight for increased transparency, and worked to end nepotism and insider hiring.
In the Pennsylvania House, she will continue to effectively advocate for parental rights to fully direct the upbringing of their children without government interference. Charity will also work hard to ensure local schools are adequately training students to succeed in tomorrow’s workforce, rather than indoctrinating them through critical race theory, explicit gender, sexual orientation, and other radical leftist ideology.
Charity fully understands the importance of standing with police, law enforcement and emergency responders while still protecting law-abiding citizens from government overreach, illegal search and seizures, and encroachment on our constitutional freedoms and liberties.
As a long-time firearms owner and lifetime member of the National Rifle Association, she will always safeguard our God-given, non-negotiable right to keep and bear arms to lawfully defend ourselves, our loved ones and our property.
Charity and her husband, Brian, a brick and stone mason, as well as a taxidermist, both grew up on family farms and have proudly raised their three children on their own farm among Black Angus and Scottish Highlander cattle, crops of hay and various vegetables – with horses, hogs and a trio of dogs as well.
The 51st Legislative District is comprised of the following Fayette County communities: the City of Uniontown; the townships of Georges, German, Henry Clay, Menallen, Nicholson, North Union, South Union, Springhill and Wharton; and the boroughs of Fairchance, Markleysburg, Masontown, Point Marion and Smithfield.