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Meet Superior Court Candidate, Rebecca Warren

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 Rebecca Warren – Superior Court Candidate  Rebecca Warren was born and raised in a small coal town in Pennsylvania.  After graduating with honors from Bloomsburg University, Rebecca was awarded a scholarship to The Dickinson School of Law, receiving her Juris Doctorate in 1991. Upon graduation, Rebecca joined a central Pennsylvania law firm, focusing on civil […]

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Matt Drozd wants Tax Cuts

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The Allegheny County annual budget is just under 1 trillion dollars. Vermont’s state budget is 1.5 trillion, South Dakota is 1.5 trillion.  What this means is, in Pennsylvania, we are voting for people who control a budget almost comparable to the size of a state budget. Matt Drozd is a fiscal hawk and wants to […]

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Referendum on November 6th Ballot

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Do you know that there is a ballot question on your November 6 ballot designed to raise your property taxes? If you vote in Allegheny County, this question will appear on your November 6, 2018 ballot. “Shall the Allegheny County Home Rule Charter be amended to establish the Allegheny County Children’s Fund, funded by Allegheny […]

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Senator Toomey’s Statement on Judge Kavanaugh

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Toomey Statement on Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing   Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) issued the following statement regarding today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing:   “It was appropriate for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee as the final step in the committee’s investigation of […]

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Deadline to register for Absentee Ballot

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Election Day, Tuesday November 6, 2018, is fast approaching! In order to hold the US House, defend tax cuts and support Supreme Court appointments, Republicans and Democrat conservatives must vote in this mid-term.   Please encourage friends, family and co-workers to vote. Tuesday October 30 is the last day to submit an absentee ballot. To […]

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Upcoming Public Discussion on Public Review Board

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Dear Veterans and Patriots,   During our last VPU meeting, we discussed attempts to use County Council to push through a police review board countywide in Allegheny County.  This is being pushed by a convicted felon, no less, and black lives matter supporter after the recent shooting in East Pittsburgh.   That shooting is already […]