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Allegheny, Beaver, Lawrence, Butler, Westmoreland, Mercer Counties, PA
November 4, 2008 Election
US Representative; District 4
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Occupation: U.S. Congressman
Former Acting Vice President for Government Relations and Community Health at UPMC
Former Congressional Legislative Aide
George Washington University, M.H.S.A. (Masters in Health Services Administration), 1998
Florida State University, B.S. (Political Science), 1990
Named the 2007 "Legislator of the Year" by the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO)
Winner of the Northern Allegheny Chamber of Commerce's 2005 Arcadia Award
Top Priorities if Elected
Strengthening America's economy
Lowering Gas Prices and Sensible Energy Policy
Expanding access to quality, affordable health care
National Rifle Association (NRA)
National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition
Strengthening America's Economy
Congress must work together in a bipartisan manner to fix this ailing economy.
Making America Energy Independent
America needs to utilize all of its available resources right now, and we must take bold, comprehensive action to address our nation's energy crisis.
Expanding Access to Quality, Affordable Health Care
Health care must be made more affordable and accessible for everyone, especially for the 47 million Americans currently without health insurance.
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