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The list of candidates is based on what was listed on the Pennsylvania Department of State website as of 5 p.m. Tuesday. ... He enlisted in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard in 1980 and served in Iraq. ... He retired in 2005, authored a stabilization plan for Iraq in 2006, and lobbied Senate offices.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D) said he was pleased the vacancy has been filled. “Mr. McSwain has extensive legal and prosecutorial experience and I believe he will work to uphold the rule of law and ensure the fair administration of justice,” Casey said in a statement. The Eastern District of Pennsylvania covers ...

He was elected to the state House in 2006. While in ... Sen. Bob Casey Jr. and then worked in President Obama's administration as adviser and assistant to the director of the Office of Management and Budget. ... He retired in 2005, authored a stabilization plan for Iraq in 2006, and lobbied Senate offices.
Barletta's currently running for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate against Democrat Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa. And there's speculation this Friday morning ... *In an email, Jon Anzur, a spokesman for Barletta's campaign, said Lamb was the "Bob Casey of 2006, not the Bob Casey of today who is leading the ...
But that complex story ran in contrast to an ad placed on top of the article's page by Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate and current U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta ... In 2006, Barletta initially gained notoriety, when as mayor of Hazleton, a former coaltown in Luzerne County, he passed immigration laws. He signed ...
On the federal level, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Jr. will seek the Democrat nod. He was elected to the United States Senate in 2006. On the Republican ticket for U.S. senator are Louis J. Barletta of Luzerne County, James J. Christiana III of Beaver County and Joseph J. Vodvarka of Allegheny County. Gov.

Robert Patrick "Bob" Casey Jr. was an attorney in his hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, before going on to serve as Pennsylvania Auditor General (1997-2005) and Pennsylvania State Treasurer (2005-2007). Casey won a state Senate election in 2006, defeating Republican incumbent Rick Santorum, ...
Senator Bob Casey, a Pennsylvania Democrat who sits on the Senate education committee, in 2016 introduced the SUCCESS Act to eliminate the statutory language restricting aid as well as the drug ... The group won a significant victory in 2006 when the aid restrictions were scaled back by Congress.
Races to watch: PA-01 (Fitzpatrick), PA-05 (open, Meehan), PA-06 (Costello), PA-07 (open, Dent), PA-08 (Cartwright), PA-10 (Perry), PA-17 (Rothfus). November outlook: Democratic Sen. Bob Casey could face a tough re-election if Republicans raise enough money and run a strong campaign in the ...
Tom Wolf, and has been replaced by a plan which the Pennsylvania Supreme Court came up with on Monday, Feb. 19, as a result ... From 1999 until 2007, the seat was held by Tunkhannock businessman Don Sherwood, whom Carney beat in 2006. ... Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., in the latter's bid for reelection.

The Republican from Hazleton hopes to unseat U.S. Sen. ... U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Jr., toured the East Penn Manufacturing Co. ... Barletta, whose congressional district was completely redrawn to include much of Berks County under a Pennsylvania Supreme Court map released Monday, criticized the court.
Probably no other name is as well known in the Keystone State; his father, Bob Casey Sr., was elected statewide as governor and auditor general, twice each. The younger Casey was elected statewide twice as auditor general and once as treasurer before being elected to the U.S. Senate in 2006; he beat ...
Sen. Bob Casey recently received the Rural Health Legislator of the Year Award, presented by the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health (PORH). This award recognizes an ... Casey was elected to the U.S. Congress in 2006 and began serving his second consecutive term in 2012. Prior to his Senate position ...
Romanelli was hit with more than $80,000 in legal fees after his candidacy was successfully challenged by the Democratic Party when he tried to run in 2006 against then-Sen. Rick Santorum, a Republican, and the eventually winner, Bob Casey, the current incumbent Democrat. He never ended up paying ...
A Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate had so many signatures challenged in 2006 that he was knocked off the ballot and left with a bill of $80,407, or close to $100,000 in today's dollars. “I'm just a regular working guy! I don't have $80,000 laying around,” said the candidate, Carl Romanelli, 58, ...
Lou Barletta, a Great Republican from Pennsylvania who was one of my very earliest supporters, will make a FANTASTIC Senator. He is strong & smart, loves Pennsylvania & loves our Country! Voted for Tax Cuts, unlike Bob Casey, who listened to Tax Hikers Pelosi and Schumer!— Donald J. Trump ...
Lou Barletta, a Great Republican from Pennsylvania who was one of my very earliest supporters, will make a FANTASTIC Senator,” Trump tweeted on Sunday. “He is strong & smart, loves Pennsylvania & loves our Country! Voted for Tax Cuts, unlike Bob Casey, who listened to Tax Hikers Pelosi and ...
Pennsylvania has lowered its requirements for third-party and independent candidates to get on the ballot, giving Kerns an easier path to the ballot than ... A Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate had so many signatures challenged in 2006 that he was knocked off the ballot and left with a bill of $80,407, ...
Next door in Pennsylvania, Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (D) also holds one of the 10 Senate seats up for election in states that Trump carried in 2016. However, much like Stabenow in Michigan, there is not much reason to think Casey is in great danger at this point. The Keystone State only narrowly went for Trump ...
... Tom Ferrick compared Lamb to the Pennsylvania 18th's own Senator Bob Casey, who beat conservative Rick Santorum in a U.S. Senate race back in 2006. “In another era, Mr. Casey would be called a centrist,” Ferrick writes. “Now, he's too conservative for progressives and too liberal for conservatives.


 

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