updated Wed. November 29, 2023
March 7, 2018
I am a member of “Team Rubicon,” a veterans' volunteer disaster relief organization. Twice last fall I traveled to Houston and worked with other vets to help those communities recover from Hurricane Harvey. The young men and women vets I worked with had experienced one or more combat deploymentsÃâÃÂ ...
Burnett County Sentinel
March 1, 2018
Following Assembly 28 District Representative Adam Jarchow's announcement this morning that he would not seek re-election this fall, Gae Magnafici of Dresser has ... campaign. The release also said former District 28 Rep. Erik Severson and former District 29 Rep. John Murtha have endorsed Magnafici.
Allentown Morning Call
February 20, 2018
Political analysts estimate the new map, drawn on behalf of the Democratic-controlled state Supreme Court, would all but seal one southeastern district for Democrats, the Delaware County-based district represented by retiring U.S. Rep. Pat Meehan. They also expect it to create a broader list of competitiveÃâÃÂ ...
February 17, 2018
Altoona has served as the population anchor of the 9th District for as long as its representative has been named Shuster. ... Blair and Bedford counties would be drawn into the 5th District, already represented by Republican Rep. ... of Rep. John Murtha and a map that yoked it to faraway Pittsburgh suburbs.
February 13, 2018
She similarly lost in 2006 when she ran against the late congressman John Murtha, who occupied the 12th District seat at the time. “I'm running for lieutenant governor to do my part to ensure that my family, and every Pennsylvania family for generations to come, can live, work and raise their families in aÃâÃÂ ...
March 21, 2017
But Rep. John Murtha's pork barrel spending kept his hometown airport alive. From his framed post on the wall, a portrait of the late Democratic congressman stares down passengers as they breeze through security. If they pause, they can read the accompanying plaque enumerating his exploits. AltogetherÃâÃÂ ...
October 8, 2016
Yesterday some former Philadelphia Flyers played street hockey (fun!) against a few members of the United States Navy aboard the Navy's newest ship (double fun!). The occasion represented a cold-open of sorts for the vessel, which for now is stationed on the Delaware River at Penn's Landing.