Dean to amend financial report in Montco Congress race
By Joseph N. Distefano Philly.com
Like a lot of candidates seeking votes in the November elections, state Rep. Madeleine Dean, the lawyer and former LaSalle University English professor whom Democrats chose to run in Montgomery County’s Fourth Congressional District, says there ought to be more well-paid jobs for U.S. workers.
“We can and must grow our economy,” Dean said in announcing her campaign. She called for “good-paying jobs. Strong union jobs. A livable wage.” She faces Republican Dan David in November’s general election for the seat, which has no incumbent, in a district with more Democrats than Republicans.
Our highest priorities
I’m Dan David and I am proud to be your candidate for Congress here in the 4th district of Pennsylvania.
For the last 30 years, I’ve had a successful career in the business world, and for the last decade, I have focused on eliminating financial corruption. I have helped expose over $15 billion of fraud on US capital markets. This fraud has been primarily perpetrated upon the American people by companies based in China.
Know Your District
Voters in the new 4th Congressional District will choose their U.S. Representative on November 6th. The new member of Congress will take office in January 2019. The District contains:
-Eastern Berks County: All of Colebrookdale, Douglass, and Washington Townships; and all of Bally, Bechtelsville, and Boyertown Boroughs.
-All of Montgomery County except for: All of Hatfield and Montgomery Townships; part of Franconia, Horsham, and Lower Merion Townships; and all of Hatfield, Lansdale, Souderton, and Telford Boroughs.
It's heartening to see the enthusiasm across PA4 as we head into the campaign's final 3 weeks. Thanks Lower Providence, Springfield and Cheltenham GOPs for support at recent events! And thanks Abington Presbyterian and Jenkintown Middle-High School for having me over to speak! https://t.co/W7BXYxKhIk