Mike Stack has been lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania since 2015. He helped create "Pathway to Pardons", a program intended to help former offenders clear their records in order to get better job opportunities. He became a state senator in 2000, and he enlisted in the PA National Guard in 2007. He wants to continue to work on educational equality, criminal justice reforms, and raising the minimum wage. Although his relationship with Governor Wolf has been strained over the past year, he wants another term as lieutenant governor. He'll run against several other hopefuls in May's primary.