We closed my senate office in early March to assure that my staff, our constituents, stakeholders and service personnel wouldn’t be exposed to COVID-19, or the coronavirus. The office will remain closed until further notice. In the meantime, if you call our office, your call will be re-routed to me or my staff, and we are available to help you in any way we can. We will be answering calls, and addressing constituent needs as effectively and expeditiously as possible.
Always feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610.768.4200 with questions and/or concerns.
Coronavirus Resource Guide
Please consider reviewing this resource guide for an update on mitigation efforts the state has taken to fight coronavirus, as well as prevention tips and more information on this ongoing situation. In it you will find info for employees, resources for small businesses, food access info, online educational resources and FAQs. It also includes a self-help portal that constituents can use to find relevant forms and state info.
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In the weeks since the May 25th murder of George Floyd by the police officer in Minneapolis who put his knee on Mr. Floyd’s neck for almost 9 minutes, we have witnessed a sea-change in attitudes towards race relations across the nation.
In the past, there have been other horrific incidents of mistreatment involving African Americans, from Rodney King to Tamir Rice to Eric Garner to Breonna Taylor. While these shocking events led to condemnation and protest, America’s collective outrageous always seemed to be fleeting and inconsequential. This time is different.
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PA State Senator representing the 17th District, parts of Montgomery and Delaware Counties