Tomasz Jaskóła

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Tomasz Jaskóła
Tomasz Jaskóła Sejm 2015.JPG
member of Sejm 2015-2019
Assumed office
Personal details
Born (1974-07-31) 31 July 1974 (age 44)
Częstochowa, Poland
Political partyPoland Together,
The Republicans
Alma materJan Długosz University

Tomasz Janusz Jaskóła (born 31 July 1974, Częstochowa) is a Polish politician and teacher, Member of the Polish Parliament since 2015.


He graduated from the Jan Długosz University. He belonged to the Poland Together (2014-2015) and The Republicans (2015).

In 2014, he unsuccessfully applied for the Silesian Regional Assembly from the KWW Independent Self-government of the Silesian Voivodeship.[1] He started to the Sejm in the 28 Częstochowa district from the first place from Kukiz'15, organized by Paweł Kukiz. He obtained the mandate of the 8th term of Sejm, receiving 10,952 votes.[2] In the local elections in 2018 he became the candidate of Kukiz'15 for the presidency of Częstochowa. He received 5.27% of votes and he did not get a choice for this function.[3]


  1. ^ "PKW | Samorząd 2014". Retrieved 2019-01-19.
  2. ^ "PKW | Wybory do Sejmu RP i Senatu RP". Retrieved 2019-01-19.
  3. ^ "Wybory samorządowe 2018". Retrieved 2019-01-19.