October 2021 Newsletter

Happy Fall! Represent PA has been hard at work as the 2022 election cycle approaches.

In case you missed any of our recent Breakfast Briefings, there are recordings of each event posted on Represent PA's YouTube channel so you can view them at your convenience. Last month, we hosted a discussion featuring Rep. Donna Bullock, HD-195 (Philadelphia), on Critical Race Theory and how it’s been turned into a distraction from the true problems plaguing our Pennsylvania public schools. In our most recent Briefing with guest speakers State Rep. Mary Isaacson, HD-175 (Philadelphia) and Donna Cooper, Executive Director of Children First, we talked about the recently released legislative agenda in Harrisburg, and what issues are being ignored by our state legislators and what changes we still need to be fighting for.

In less than two weeks, it’s Election Day. The general election on November 2, focuses across the commonwealth on judges for Pennsylvania’s three statewide appellate courts — judges who will shape important policy in the state for at least the next decade. And while Represent PA doesn’t endorse for these races, we certainly support the democratic women who are running in them. Read on for our recommendations for these judicial seats in the upcoming election!

As always, early money is key in supporting Democratic and progressive women candidates across the state. Those who donate at the Endorsement Level ($1200/year) or higher are invited to join the Endorsement Committee, where they help make critical decisions on which candidates in which Represent PA will invest.

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