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PA GOVERNOR Tom Wolf: Web site. Facebook.

PA LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Mike Stack: Web site. Facebook.
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US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PA-06
Manan Trivedi: Web site. Facebook.

 

 

 

 

US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PA-07 Mary Ellen Balchunis. Web site: Facebook. Twitter.
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US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PA-16 Tom Houghton: Web site.
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PENNSYLVANIA STATE SENATE 26th district: John Kane: Web site. Facebook.
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PENNSYLVANIA STATE SENATE 44th district Kathi Cozzone: Web site. Facebook.
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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 13th district Ann Schott: Web site.

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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 74th district Josh Maxwell: Web site. Facebook.
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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 155th district Jim Burns. Web site. Facebook. Twitter.
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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 156th district Sandra Snyder. Web site. Facebook.
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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 157th district Marian Moskowitz: Web site. Facebook.
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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 158th district Susan F. Rzucidlo: web site. Facebook.
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160th district Whitney Hoffman. Web site.
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PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 167th district Anne Crowley
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VOTE ON NOVEMBER 4!

Will State Candidates Ride the Gubernatorial Coattails?

by Eric Berger, Jewish Exponent, 10/29/2014 2:32 PM

State Democratic and Republican leaders agree: If the Democrats are able to make gains in the Republican-dominated Pennsylvania state legislature this election, it will be in large part because of the gubernatorial race.

“The potential for some coattails” exists, state Rep. Dan Frankel, the Pittsburgh lawmaker and chair of the Democratic caucus, said, referring to the potential boost Democrat Tom Wolf could give to local candidates. “Even though the national climate for Democrats is not particularly favorable, the climate here in Pennsylvania is pretty good.”…

keep reading at Jewish Exponent

[The races mentioned include those of Dem candidates Marian Moskowitz and Sandra Snyder]

Wolf stops in Coatesville, urges residents to vote Tuesday

By Jim Callahan, Daily Local News. 10/29/14,

Democratic state representative candidate Josh Maxwell holds up a sign… (photo Vinny Tennis):Maxwell : Wolf

COATESVILLE >> Tom Wolf admitted on a visit to the city that he liked the polls that showed him ahead in next Tuesday’s election for governor, but he warned supporters against complacency.

“I need you to go out and vote,” he said Wednesday evening to about 130 supporters at the New Life in Christ Church….

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Behind the Moderate Mask: A Closer Look at PA-06 Congressional Candidate Ryan Costello (R)

by SpringCityPADem, DailyKos, 10/26/14

Chester County Commissioner and Republican Candidate for Pennsylvania’s US 6th Congressional District, Ryan Costello has focused much of his public relations efforts on trying to portray himself as “moderate”. But behind the “moderate” mask, and the “independent thinker” disguise, Costello seems to be a cookie-cutter GOP fiscal conservative who idolizes Wisconsin’s GOP Congressman and former Vice Presidential candidate, Paul Ryan. …

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Ann Schott (district 13) on education

excerpt from Chris Barber, “Schott challenges Lawrence for 13th House seat,” Daily Local News, 10/28/14

…I am most passionate about the future of public education, specifically the funding of education. We need to fairly fund our schools, we need to get the best teachers in our schools and in turn we need to keep those who are dedicated to the profession. We need to provide schools with the resources they need to fund the arts and extracurricular programs most of us grew up expecting. Too many schools across our state have cut librarians, nurses and aides that are critical at both the elementary and high school level….

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160th District Q & A: Whitney Hoffman

The Unionville Times, October 20, 2014

1. Why are you running?

As an involved KCSD parent who has served as a representative on the Technology, Professional Development and Strategic Planning Committees, and has also taught at the KMS After-the-Bell Program and assisted with the EAP Tutoring Program; I have a real sense of what is going on in our schools….

keep reading at The Unionville Times

156th District Q&A: Sandra Snyder

The Unionville Times, October 29, 2014

1. Why are you running?

I am running because as a mother of three young children I am very disgusted at the current state of our education system. I want there to be programs available to all students, and none should have to “pay to play” in our public school system. I truly believe that education is paramount, and that a good education is the main foundation upon which to help our children grow. …

keep reading at The Unionville Times