Info on all Candidates for 2018-Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th

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Governor Tom Wolf

Running for re-election, Tom has battled a Republican majority in both the PA House and Senate for adequate funding for education, social services, infrastructure and fair elections. He fully restored the $1 billion cut to education made under the Corbett administration. He was at the forefront in the battle to secure a fair congressional map for Pennsylvania and will fight to end gerrymandering.… Read the rest

Meet Melissa Shusterman-Candidate for Common Sense in Harrisburg


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Milestone Achieved: PA. House Passes Protective Measure for Domestic Abuse Victims

On September 26, 2018 the PA House passed H.B. 2060.

H.B. 2060 passed the House  131-62. Every member of the House from Chester County voted in the affirmative.

Why would 62 members vote against saving lives of Pennsylvania citizens?

H.B. 2060 is Legislation designed to strengthen the Protection from Abuse (PFA) Act by requiring people under a restraining order or convicted of domestic abuse to surrender guns and ammunition to law enforcement.… Read the rest

Gerrymandering on Ballot in 2018

The next decade is on the ballot in 2018

Besides the issues with curbing our President by taking control of the House and Senate, the state representatives elected this year will  have a good chance of controlling redistricting.

From an article in Vox by Andrew Prokop

Whoever emerges victorious in key November races will have a huge amount of power over the next congressional redistricting — a crucial event in national politics that comes up only once every ten years.Read the rest

Shusterman Would Work to Repair/Develop our Infrastructure

This week Warren Kampf’s legislative mailing highlighted the re-opening of the Old Lancaster Road Bridge. Paid for by funds authorized by Act 89. Guess who voted against Act 89? Twice! Representative Kampf’s priorities are wrong for Tredyffrin and the people of the 157th House District.


Old Lancaster Road Bridge Opening Today 


PennDOT’s contractor is planning to open the Old Lancaster Road Bridge over Amtrak today in Chester County.… Read the rest