PA-3: Rep. Mike Kelly Announces Staff Hires and Promotions

mike-kelly1U.S. Representative Mike Kelly has announced several changes to his staff for the 114th Congress.

In the Washington, D.C. office, Michael Walter of Erie will join as a Staff Assistant after serving twice as an intern in Kelly’s Erie office. While Robert Smith of Lower Gwynedd has been promoted from Staff Assistant to Legislative Correspondent.

Back at the home office in Erie, Lindsey Shilling of Waterford has been hired as a Constituent Services Representative following a two-year stint in Ukraine with the U.S. Peace Corps.

Also joining the Erie office is Tony Digiacamo of Saegertown who joins as a fellow from the Wounded Warrior Program. The fellowship will last for the entire 114th Congress.

“I’m very excited about the team we have in place for the 114th Congress,” Kelly said. “They each bring unique experience to the constituents of the Third District and will serve our communities with the utmost professionalism.”

6 Responses

  1. Congressman Kelly
    Today I received in the mail an offer to purchase Lantus long acting insulin for my Diabetes that has a co pay of $10 per month. I have a medicare drug plan -plan D that requires me to pay a copay of $123.92 per month and pharmacy offer is not permitted for those on Medicare. Why can’t the rules be changed that fixed prices for all of us in Medicare when a drug company offers a price much lower for the private insurance or private pay. I must spend $1,487.04 rather than $120.00 per year. Cost for medicare patient drugs for survival are out of control. Should be a priority for all of Congress early in this session.

  2. (Not) Waiting to hear about every hiring decision by every PA Congress Critter – the wackier the better.

  3. No @Observer. ESPN covers inside baseball. And this would be like ESPN covering the Florida Marlins replacing their Assistant Equipment Manager.

  4. Anxiously awaiting Fox News to break into special coverage of this momentous news. Thank you, PoliticsPA, for being the first to alert us.

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