Eugene recently visited businesses in downtown York to discuss their challenges during the Pandemic, how they’re safely reopening. He spoke with business owners and patrons on issues like the payroll tax holiday and other threats to important programs like social security and medicare.
SCOTT PERRY VOTES AGAINST BIPARTISAN BILL TO PROVIDE USPS CRITICAL FUNDING AS AMERICANS RELY ON MAIL AMIDST THE PANDEMIC
Last night, the House passed an overwhelmingly bipartisan bill to provide critical funding for USPS and block operational changes that have caused a slowdown in delivery time, as more Americans than ever rely on the postal service amid the COVID-19 crisis. Congressman Scott Perry voted against the funding package, even as his fellow Republican colleagues, including Congressman Brian
A poll released today by the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers, shows Eugene DePasquale leading Congressman Perry by 2 points (46-44%) in what is the first independent poll released in this race. These latest poll numbers show that incumbent Scott Perry is in very weak standing and that there is
Today, the DePasquale for PA campaign challenged Congressman Scott Perry to participate in two October debates this fall, in what has been called the most competitive congressional race in the state. The Depasquale campaign issued a formal letter to the Perry campaign outlining specific criteria around the debates to ensure they are accessible and informative
ICYMI: PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE EDITORIAL BOARD APPLAUDS EUGENE DEPASQAULE’S WORK TO HOLD CHARTER MANAGEMENT COMPANIES ACCOUNTABLE
Yesterday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Editorial Board called on the state legislature to modify Pennsylvania’s Charter School Law, after a review of tax filings for Lincoln Learning Solutions (LLS), conducted by Eugene DePasquale. The review found that LLS, a charter management company that drew criticism after receiving over $100 million in taxpayer funds by Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School for “curriculum services” that were repeatedly
Today, Eugene DePasquale was one of a select amount of candidates nationally to receive the endorsement of President Barack Obama. President Obama released the following statement upon the announcement: “I’m proud to endorse this diverse and hopeful collection of thoughtful, empathetic, and highly qualified Democrats. Together, these candidates will help us redeem our country’s promise by sticking up for working class people,
The York Dispatch recently ran a story on campaign finance reports in the 10th Congressional District, reporting that Eugene DePDePasquale raised more cash than Perry in Q2. Nearly $200,000 more. The report also shows the DePasquale campaign ended the quarter with more cash on hand than Perry.
EUGENE DEPASQUALE APPLAUDS PASSAGE OF BILL TO BAN PHARMACY “GAG CLAUSES” & LOWER RX DRUG COSTS – SPURRED BY HIS 2019 AUDIT – VOWS TO CONTINUE FIGHT FOR CONSUMERS IN CONGRESS
Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania State Legislature passed legislation that would ban Pharmacy “Gag Clauses” imposed by benefit managers, that prohibit pharmacists from giving consumers advice on how to save on prescription drug costs. The legislation was spurred by Eugene’s audit of Pharmacy Benefit Managers(PBM’s) and their practices, and is expected to lower drug costs for countless Pennsyvlanian’s across the state and here
EUGENE DEPASQUALE SIGNIFICANTLY OUTRAISES CONGRESSMAN SCOTT PERRY IN Q2 AND BEGINS GENERAL ELECTION WITH CASH ON HAND ADVANTAGE
At the close of 2nd Quarter filing, Eugene DePasquale leads incumbent Congressman Scott Perry in both amount raised and cash-on-hand advantage. From April 1st to June 30th, DePasquale raised $650,260 compared to Perry’s $469,375. Additionally, DePasquale now has more cash-on-hand than Perry, after accounting for outstanding debts, $985,014 to $903,444. An incumbent trailing a challenger in cash
EUGENE DEPASQUALE STATES SCIENCE, NOT POLITICS, SHOULD GUIDE DECISION ON SCHOOL REOPENING IN THE FALL
While communities across the country grapple with the decision of whether and how to reopen schools in the fall, politicians in Washington are increasingly politicizing the issue. As one local editorial stated, “Parents — not politicians — should decide if their children return to school during a pandemic.” Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District, Eugene