Lentz Tours Synthes USA, Manufacturer of Surgical Implants, for Nineteenth Stop of Economic Tour

Springfield, PA – Representative Bryan Lentz, the Democratic nominee for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District, toured Synthes USA on Friday for the nineteenth stop of his 10-week, 25-stop economic tour. The West Goshen-based manufacturer makes implantable fixing devices and adhesives to treat bone and muscle damage caused by accidents and medical procedures. About 350 […]

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Barletta campaign to suspend campaign in observance of Sept. 11

Hazleton, PA – The congressional campaign of Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta announced that it will suspend campaign activity on Saturday, Sept. 11. Mayor Barletta issued the following statement: “I have asked my campaign staff to suspend all advertising, phone calls, and volunteer activity on September 11. “This is a solemn day for America and the world. […]

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MSC Launched Online Marcellus Jobs Headquarters

New site serves as interactive, one-stop-shop for shale gas job-seekers in the region Canonsburg, Pa. – Today, the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) launched a cutting-edge, interactive website dedicated to connecting job seekers with its member companies operating throughout the Marcellus region. The site – MarcellusCoalition.org/site/jobportal.html, which is featured below – offers in-depth descriptions of the broad range of […]

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Toomey Still Silent on Hidden Earmarks

Inquirer: “Toomey got millions in earmarks before railing against them” Refuses to release his own earmarks “…in his first term representing the Lehigh Valley’s 15th District, Toomey won at least $9 million in earmarks, including $3 million for a private company that became for a time his largest single source of campaign contributions.” — Philadelphia […]

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Did British Petroleum Donate Money to Americans for Job Security?

Shadowy front group refuses to disclose who is funding television ads Springfield, PA – Americans for Job Security yesterday announced that they would be running about $300,000 worth of television attack ads against Representative Bryan Lentz’s campaign for Congress over the next month. Lentz, the Democratic nominee for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District, called […]

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Kanjorski Announces Hearing on Progress Update on Housing Finance and the GSEs

Washington, DC – Congressman Paul E. Kanjorski (D-PA), the Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises, announced that he will convene a hearing regarding the progress made since Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were placed into conservatorship two years ago.  The hearing will assist the Subcommittee and […]

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New Ad Shows Joe’s Commitment to Public Service

Former Three Star Admiral with Thirty-One Years of Service MEDIA, Pa. – Today, the Sestak for Senate campaign released a new ad about his 31 years of service in the Navy and his commitment to serve the people of Pennsylvania as its next U.S. Senator. The ad highlights the former three-star Navy Admiral’s decorated record […]

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FACT CHECK: Joe Sestak’s Phantom Independence Haunts New TV Spot

A brief history of Joe Sestak, “The Real Democrat”: · Joe Sestak voted for Nancy Pelosi’s cap-and trade bill (Cost: $821.2 billion (CBO, 05/05/09)) but he didn’t think it went far enough: “I was disappointed in this bill because I thought it was eviscerated during the process too much” (Netroots Nation, 08/14/09). · Joe Sestak […]

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Congressman Sestak Violated House Rules, Denied it, and Now Tries to Cover his Tracks with Outrageous Attacks – Looks like a Pattern is Developing

Allentown, PA – In what is quickly becoming a pattern in this race, Congressman Joe Sestak is so desperate to cover up his own record of breaking his own ethics pledge, violating congressional rules against for-profit earmarks, and denying it to reporters that he is trying to attack Pat Toomey who has sworn off earmarks […]

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