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Friedenberg Will Seek Democratic Nomination for 12th District Special Election Friedenberg Will Seek Democratic Nomination for 12th District Special Election
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Just hours after U.S. Rep. Tom Marino announced he will be stepping down from Congress next week, his opponent in last November's election said he will seek the Democratic nomination to fill the vacancy in Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District. [Read More]
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Letter: Now Is Not the Time to Give Up Letter: Now Is Not the Time to Give Up
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Not only does Marc Friedenberg have a commitment to providing our communities with affordable and quality health care, rural broadband and access to higher education, but he is also a steady, genuine, and open person. [Read More]

Letter: Just Say No to Marino Letter: Just Say No to Marino
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Voters must choose between the incumbent, Tom Marino, and Democrat Marc Friedenberg. Marino has refused to debate Friedenberg, declining invitations from many nonpartisan groups, including the League of Women Voters. [Read More]

Letter: We Are Entering the Climate Casino Letter: We Are Entering the Climate Casino
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Climate change is politically controversial and presents a clear difference of views between Republican and Democratic political candidates. Yet it is not controversial within the scientific community. [Read More]

Letter: Ezra Nanes Is the Real Deal Letter: Ezra Nanes Is the Real Deal
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Ezra Nanes is the absolute right person to take Pennsylvania’s Senate seat for the 34th District. [Read More]

Letter: Trump Should Not Take the Bait of Firing Mueller Letter: Trump Should Not Take the Bait of Firing Mueller
14 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
As we head into the important midterm elections, we need to keep the positive momentum going. That’s why I urge President Trump and his administration not to take the Democrat bait of attempting to interfere with the Russian collusion investigation or fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. If he doe [Read More]

Letter: Nobel Prize Auctioned to Pay Medical Bills Is a Dire Statement on U.S. Healthcare Letter: Nobel Prize Auctioned to Pay Medical Bills Is a Dire Statement on U.S. Healthcare
14 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Leon Lederman died on October 3, in an Idaho nursing home. At one time, Lederman was the director of the Fermi Laboratory in Chicago, and had won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1988. In 2015 he put his Nobel Prize medal up for auction — because he could not, otherwise, pay his medical bills. [Read More]

Letter: Jobs Numbers Emphasize Need for Sound Immigration Policy Letter: Jobs Numbers Emphasize Need for Sound Immigration Policy
14 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
This election season, we need to remember immigration issues — and how misguided the Trump administration is. [Read More]

Letter: Where Is Our Representative? Letter: Where Is Our Representative?
14 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
A few years ago I moved to Lycoming County after spending most of my life in the Southwest. I love it here — the changing seasons, my job, mowing the lawn, and hiking Ricketts Glen. However, there is one troubling change that is a cause for concern: my congressional representative, Tom Marino. [Read More]

Old Boys Being Boys Old Boys Being Boys
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
One thing became clear to me while watching the Ford-Kavanaugh hearing last week: These old “lions” of the U.S. Senate have got to go. [Read More]

Benninghoff Counts His Experience as Strength at Capitol Benninghoff Counts His Experience as Strength at Capitol
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
It is hard to believe that Kerry Benninghoff doesn’t drink coffee, but he never has. Not in his young adult days when he worked construction. Not when worked as an orderly at the hospital making the rounds and working odd hours. And not even as county coroner getting woken up at 3 a.m. for emergen [Read More]

McCracken Is Out and About, Spreading Her Word Before Nov. 6 McCracken Is Out and About, Spreading Her Word Before Nov. 6
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Knock, knock, knock on every door she can goes Erin Condo McCracken along with her team, getting her word out as the Democratic candidate is looking for change in the race for state representative for the 171st district. [Read More]

Letter: Who Can We Trust? Letter: Who Can We Trust?
17 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
As we wait for Florence to finish her path of destruction, and her devastating aftermath, we have to brace ourselves for the response of a FEMA that is besieged by scandal, and handicapped by a recent budget cut to pay for the expansion of ICE. [Read More]

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