York, PA – Tenth Congressional District candidate state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has been endorsed by more than 40 local and county elected officials from across the district, including Harrisburg’s mayor, both Democratic state legislators, all three Democratic county commissioners, and all three Democratic Party chairs. “We need Eugene in D.C. and I’m supporting him
Statement: Bud Jackson, Eugene DePasquale campaign spokesperson Most of Scott Perry’s constituents can’t even recall the last time he hosted a public event to be held accountable and more transparent. Now he’s trying to raise the barrier of entry even higher for constituents who want answers and wish to be heard. Unlike Scott Perry, Eugene
York, PA – George Scott, the 2018 Democratic nominee who narrowly lost to incumbent Republican Scott Perry in Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District, today endorsed state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale for Congress. In an e-mail announcing his endorsement, Scott wrote “Eugene consistently fights for regular working folks, seniors, students, and the most vulnerable among us. He
I’m fed up with corrupt government insiders who put wealthy special interests before public service. I’m running for Congress to make a difference for our friends, our families, and our communities, but the hyper-partisans and political insiders will fight me every step of the way.
York, PA – Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said he will enter the race to represent Pennsylvania’s Tenth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. A “Statement of Candidacy” will be filed today with the Federal Elections Commission. “Folks here at home are getting ripped-off by people in Washington,” said DePasquale. “The scales have
Penn Live speaks with Eugene DePasquale about his campaign for Congress and discusses why Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District will be one of the most important races in the U.S. in 2020.
WILKES-BARRE — Auditor General Eugene DePasquale on Wednesday said he will audit six caregiving organizations, one of them here, to ensure Medicaid patients receive the services for which the state pays direct care providers.
Are you paying too much for your prescription drugs? The state’s auditor general says it’s likely. Now, he’s calling on lawmakers at the State Capitol to take action.
Pennsylvania auditor general rails against county election officials accepting gifts from voting machine companies
Pennsylvania’s 67 counties are currently in the process of updating their voting machine systems to comply with a state directive designed to ensure accurate vote totals via paper ballots. At the same time, according to the state Auditor General’s office, officials in almost a third of those counties have accepted gifts and free travel from
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale’s recent audit of prescription drug prices in Pennsylvania shows that rebates never reach the hands or the wallets of consumers or the independent community pharmacists who fill their prescriptions. Manufacturers required to offer a rebate simply set a higher list price. That game is happening with prescription drugs. And what’s even