Chuck Duncan is a true public servant with over 14 years of public service.  He has served and is serving in numerous local, state, and military positions to protect everyday Pennsylvanians.

In 2017 he was elected by his neighbors to serve as a Derry Township Auditor.  In January of 2019 he was reappointed to the Derry Township Municipal Authority, where he has been member since 2016, after deploying with the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, in support of Operation Inherent Resolve as the Command Judge Advocate of Army Forces-Jordan.

Chuck’s public service to Pennsylvania began in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and then with the Philadelphia Housing Authority, the nation’s 4th largest housing authority.  He has worked for Temple University and the Pennsylvania Senate, where he served as the Special Assistant to the Senate Democratic Appropriations Chairman.  The Appropriations Committee plays a significant role in shaping Pennsylvania’s $32.7 billion budget.

Currently, he serves on the executive team of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, as well as, serving as a Board Member-Designee to the Pennsylvania State Employees Retirement System, which is a $29.4 billion fund providing benefits to more than 129,000 retirees and beneficiaries.

Chuck will fight for his neighbors to ensure that Hershey remains a livable community, especially for, senior citizens and working-class families.  He will use his experience to ensure that Hershey’s budgets are fiscally sound and responsible.

Born in Philadelphia, Chuck is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University.  He earned his law degree from Widener University, Commonwealth Law School, and is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars.  He resides in Hershey with his wife, Meredith, and daughter, Carmela.