2018 Democratic Nominees
Bob has spent two terms representing the people of Pennsylvania in the Senate, fighting for good jobs, higher wages and fairer workplaces. He is a leader with proven results for workers, women, children, seniors and people with disabilities. He has the experience and record of successful service that Pennsylvanians deserve in their Senator.
Tom (above) grew up in Mt. Wolf, a small south central Pennsylvania town where he still lives in the house he was brought home to from the hospital.
Tom graduated from Dartmouth College (BA), the University of London (MA) and M.I.T. (PhD). During his studies, Tom joined the Peace Corps where he worked on agricultural and irrigation projects for two years in a small rural village in India.
John was born in York, PA, to teenage parents. His father worked nights to put himself through Albright College, where John too would graduate before earning a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University.
After Harvard, John returned to Pennsylvania to start a GED program in the town of Braddock. As mayor, he focused on turning Braddock–a town facing many obstacles–into a thriving and growing community, attracting new residents and new jobs, and breaking the former cycle of violence plaguing the town. Now he’s ready to be the champion for working people and struggling towns like Braddock all over Pennsylvania.
Public service and community involvement have been priorities for Tim throughout his career. For several years, Tim served as a volunteer firefighter and sat on the board of directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Montgomery County. Before serving in the House, Tim served as an advisor to then-Congressman Joe Hoeffel and state Sen. Connie Williams. As a representative, Tim has strived to continue in their tradition of outstanding public service in Montgomery County by being open, accessible and offering a wide array of constituent services in his office.
U.S. Congress - PA 4th
Madeleine found her calling in public service. Since elected to the State House, Madeleine has been an outspoken member, championing progressive priorities like public education, combating addiction, equal rights, access to healthcare, ethics, criminal justice reform, and gun violence.
Mary Gay Scanlon
U.S. Congress - Special Election
Mary Gay began her advocacy for children with the Support Center for Child Advocates where she has served as a volunteer attorney or board member since 1985. This led to her appointment as co-chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Commission on Children at Risk and many other boards and initiatives fighting for better lives for our children.
Mary Gay Scanlon is running in a Special Election for the old 7th congressional district vacated by Republican Pat Meehan. The following precincts in the old 7th should vote for Mary Gay Scanlon AND Madeline Dean on November 6: Belmont 2,4,5, Roberts & Gulph 2.
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