Lentz MIA from Legislative Duties
DREXEL HILL, PA – Over the last two days, State Rep. Bryan Lentz missed several votes during the legislative session in Harrisburg. This current session will only last twelve days, and Lentz is unable to commit even this short span of time to do the job the voters in his district pay him to do.
“For most of Monday and Tuesday, the 161st Legislative District did not have a voice in Harrisburg,” said Bryan Kendro, Meehan for Congress campaign manager. “What was Bryan Lentz doing that was more important than his job of representing his district? His constituents deserve to know why he played hooky both days. And Bryan Lentz should disclose whether or not he collected his full per diem for only doing part-time work in Harrisburg.”
On Monday, Lentz was present for a roll call vote and two other ceremonial votes, but for six later votes he is listed as absent from the floor. On Tuesday, Lentz was present for several votes on resolutions, but then missed another five legislative votes.
About Pat Meehan
A former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the former District Attorney of Delaware County, Pat Meehan has a proven record of rooting out government waste and corruption, prosecuting tough criminal cases, and implementing innovative new programs to make our communities safer. As U.S. Attorney, Meehan helped coordinate the region’s terrorism preparedness and response, held manufacturers responsible for illegally discharging hazardous materials into the region’s waters, and established a group to crackdown on predatory lending. Pat, his wife Carolyn and their three sons Patrick, Jack and Colin, reside in Drexel Hill, Delaware County. For more information, please visit www.meehanforcongress.com.