Bob Casey believes that public service is a privilege and that he was elected to fight for Pennsylvania priorities and Pennsylvania values. He is working to foster financial security for American families, improve the lives of our children, increase opportunities for the middle class and protect our national security interests. Banner BREW ActAs a member of the Finance Committee, Senator Casey has made it his top priority to create Pennsylvania jobs and grow the U.S…. [Continue Reading]
Current Elected Officials supported by the Mt. Lebanon Democratic Committee
Mike Doyle is currently serving his eleventh term in Congress representing the 14th District of Pennsylvania, which includes the city of Pittsburgh as well as communities in the western, southern, and eastern portions of Allegheny County and in northwestern Westmoreland County. His top priorities include revitalizing communities in the 14th District through economic development and high-tech initiatives, creating jobs, reforming health care, providing better public education, establishing a comprehensive long-term national energy strategy that creates… [Continue Reading]
Tom grew up in a small south central Pennsylvania town and still lives in the house he was brought home to from the hospital. Tom graduated from Dartmouth (BA), the University of London (MA) and M.I.T. (PhD), and during his studies, he joined the Peace Corps. While serving in the Peace Corps, Tom worked on agricultural and irrigation projects for two years in a small rural village in India. While in school, Tom met Frances… [Continue Reading]
Josh Shapiro is the Attorney General.
Eugene A. DePasquale became Pennsylvania’s 51st Auditor General January 15, 2013. As the state’s chief fiscal watchdog, Eugene is committed to seeing that taxpayer dollars are spent properly and effectively. Eugene is focusing audits on areas that will improve the lives of all Pennsylvanians and prepare our state for a brighter future. His audits have found fraud, errors and other financial issues in school districts and charter schools to the tune of well over $20… [Continue Reading]
Joe Torsella is the Treasurer Elect.
Background First elected to Senate, April 23, 1996, 43rd District Shareholder, Grogan Graffam P.C., Pittsburgh Register of Wills, Allegheny County (1992-96) Deputy Sheriff, Allegheny County (1984-89) Juris Doctorate, Duquesne University (1989) Allegheny County Police Academy (1985) Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts (1979) Community College of Allegheny County, Associate of Science (1977) Family Jay Costa is the son of the late Allegheny County Treasurer Jay Costa Sr. He is married to the former Roxanne… [Continue Reading]
A relentless fighter for working families and children, Wayne Fontana was first elected to the Pennsylvania Senate on May 17, 2005 in a special election. He was re-elected to represent the 42nd Senatorial District in 2006, 2010 and 2014. Senator Fontana currently serves in the leadership position of Senate Democratic Caucus Chairman, a role that empowers him to set the daily caucus agenda and lead the discussion on bills that are under consideration on the… [Continue Reading]
As the eldest child of Italian and English immigrants, Dan was the first member of his family born in America. Raised by a single mom from an early age, finances were often challenging. Even so, his family instilled in him a strong appreciation and recognition of the special opportunities America offers. As a result, Dan has made public service an important part of his life. He enlisted in the Army National Guard after high school…. [Continue Reading]
Rich Fitzgerald took office on January 3, 2012. Rich grew up in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield-Garfield neighborhood. He earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a business minor from Carnegie Mellon University. Rich started a small business, Aquenef, which provides water treatment equipment and services for industry in the Western Pennsylvania region. Rich worked on the campaign to change the form of government in Allegheny County. In 1999, he ran for one of the district council seats… [Continue Reading]