Hello friends, What an unusual campaign year this has been! I’ve missed seeing everyone’s faces on the trail, but for the sake of maintaining COVID-19 protocols, we had to keep our social distance. It was even more difficult to declare a victory, while we patiently waited for every different type of vote to be counted… as it […]
Author: Molly Wood
Election Day is fast approaching on November 3! Here are some updates to get you ready to vote.
Before you vote in the 2020 general election, learn about some of the new changes that may affect you.
I’m hosting an exclusive virtual watch party on Wednesday night of the DNC. Will you join me?
This weekend marks 100 days until Election Day – and we’re joining in a Weekend of Action to elect Democrats up and down the ballot this November.
Today, I proudly sat with Governor Wolf as he signed my House Bill 1910 into LAW as Act 59 of 2020.
Thank you to everyone who came out to vote in officially nominated me for re-election to a second term.
Primary Day is fast approaching on June 2! Here are some updates to get you ready to vote. Vote-by-mail One of the key things I worked on this term in Harrisburg was mail-in voting for Pennsylvania. It’s a simple, safe, and secure method of casting your ballot. But, you only have until this Tuesday, May 26 to request your […]
May 1, 2020 – Is it “May Day”, or “mayday”? International Workers Day – or “May Day” – is a celebration of laborers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labor movement every May 1st (though in the U.S. we usually hold our celebrations in September). Across the world, we recognize the efforts of those have have […]
Every ten years, Pennsylvania is required to re-draw the district lines for the State House, State Senate, and the U.S. Congress. It’s a process that ensures each of our communities has equal representation in our government based on population. But lately the re-districting process, where voters select representatives that more accurately reflect them, has been […]
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