THANKS AGAIN to Attorney General Corbett for expressing his confidence and trust in me as a candidate and public official. I am proud to have his support!
Today's O-R also carries a story on the race by Amanda Gillooly.
Rep. Vic Lescovitz, D-Washington, is retiring, and Democrat Jesse White is having trouble uniting his party. Republican Paul Snatchko has run a strong campaign and put this race into the margin of error.
Come January, the 46th Legislative District will have a new representative in Harrisburg for the first time in 26 years because of the retirement of Rep. Victor Lescovitz. Fortunately, the voters have two excellent, young candidates to choose between. Of the two, we recommend the election of Republican Paul Snatchko.
Earlier this year, I took the National Incident Management System (NIMS) class with other members of McDonald Borough Council and some members of the McDonald Volunteer Fire Department. Municipal officials are required to take the class for their communities to receive funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) when disasters strike.
If I am elected to the State House on November 7, I would grateful to be going to Harrisburg equipped with this training and experience from the ranks of local government.
On Burgettstown's Main Street: speaking with Pat McGraw of Langeloth. Some 20 years ago, Pat also was a candidate for the 46th District seat. He's remained active in politics and community service activities ever since. Pat is especially known for the homemade soups he makes for events sponsored by the Burgettstown Knights of Columbus.
With Pat McGraw and my Aunt Kay Snatchko. Both are educators. Pat was a teacher and coach for many years in the Burgettstown schools. Aunt Kay was a science and math teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School before it closed earlier this year.
With Florence, Aunt Kay and Pat. I'm proud to have their support!