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In the Press


October 2020 Newsletter

With just weeks until the election, Represent PA's final round of endorsements brought our total investments to over $500,000 this cycle. We've celebrated these progressive Democratic women candidates with our series of Breakfast Briefings and final Meet the Candidates event. As we continue to pursue reflective democracy, Emerge PA has begun their search for potential candidates for 2021 Represent PA can later invest in. Click here for the full newsletter and to read more about what you might've missed from Represent PA

Christine Jacobs, ED of Represent PA discusses the activism of women in PA and moving the needle

“Women are now in leadership positions in the Democratic caucus in both the House and Senate for the first time,” Christine Jacobs, Executive Director of Represent PA shared with Maria Panaritis of the Philadelphia Inquirer. This past week, Represent PA announced it had surpassed its 2018 fundraising total and allocated $500,000 to House and Senate candidates across Pennsylvania. Represent PA's funding has been key to advancing women through the primaries and placing them on a path to victory. Click here to read more about the activism we've seen from women across the state.

Represent PA Executive Director, Christine Jacobs featured in BuzzFeed News piece on "naked ballots"

Recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled officials can reject mail-in ballots that aren't concealed in secrecy envelopes. “All of the Republican discussions are designed around putting restrictions on voting rather than encouraging people to vote" Christine Jacobs expressed during Represent PA's breakfast briefing on election security. To read the full article and learn more about the recent ruling, click here. Visit our YouTube to listen to a segment of our breakfast briefing on election security

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