Conor Lamb is a 33 year old former federal prosecutor, a Marine Corps veteran and a Democrat running for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 17th congressional district, located in southwestern Pennsylvania. As an Assistant U.S. Attorney from 2014-2017, Lamb helped establish the Justice Department’s Pittsburgh office as a national leader in the fight against the opioid epidemic, working to build partnerships between law enforcement and community members in places hardest hit by the crisis, while also leading… [Continue Reading]
Candidates for Office
A list of democratic candidates currently running for public office.
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]
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]
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]
Pennsylvania born and raised, John was born to teenage parents who were just starting out on their own. At the time, his father worked nights to put himself through college. John grew up in York, and later followed in his father’s footsteps to Albright College, where he played offensive tackle for the Lions. At 23, John joined up with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and threw himself into the program, mentoring his ‘little’ – an 8-year-old boy… [Continue Reading]