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PA-09: Waldman Files For Congressional Seat

Amanda Waldman

Amanda Waldman, who ran an unsuccessful campaign for Congress in 2022, will take lessons learned from that experience into 2024 as she has filed a statement of candidacy for the 9th Congressional District seat in the U.S. House.

A Lycoming County native, Waldman is a financial representative in the Medicare industry, a board member of her local Center for Independent Living, a member of the Lycoming County Commissioners Diversability Committee, an AmeriCorp Alumni, and a community volunteer.

A democrat, she lost by a considerable margin to incumbent Dan Meuser (R-09) in 2022 after failing to unseat Joe Hamm for a state House seat in HD-84 in 2020.

Her 2022 website stated that she “want(s) to represent rural Pennsylvania as someone who actually understands what it means to struggle; to have experienced making the choice between putting food on the table and paying the electric bill.

“While working in Harrisburg for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, I saw firsthand just how dysfunctional our government can be. I’ve watched as people’s priorities were disregarded and common-sense legislation never even made it to a vote, making life harder for us in rural Pennsylvania.

We all want good, sustainable jobs, quality education for our children, affordable and accessible healthcare, and the freedom to truly pursue our happiness without being left behind for corporate interests by out-of-touch politicians.”


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  1. Mr. Maria Montero (Dan Meuser) spends more time campaigning outside his district than in because his is not a competitive district, FWIW

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