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Kathy Pippy

Kathy Pippy
Education University of Pittsburgh
United States Military Academy Preparatory School
West Point
Known for campaign operative
Spouse(s) John Pippy

Kathy Pippy is a prominent political consultant in Pennsylvania. She is known for her political work in Western Pennsylvania, where he as had a hand in "most successful campaigns."[1]

She was named to the PoliticsPA list of "Pennsylvania's Smartest Staffers and Operatives," where she was described as "one of the smartest operatives in Western Pennsylvania."[2]

In 2003, she was named PoliticsPA's "2003 Operative of the Year" for her efforts work in electing her husband John Pippy to the Pennsylvania Senate, while he was deployed to Iraq.[1] During that election, she stood in for him at every event. She also managed his district office after his election and prior to his return.[1]

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