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Meet Your Federal Reps in August

courthouseflagTraditionally, the U.S. House & Senate take the entire month of August off as district work period. While many will use the opportunity to fundraise for their campaigns, it’s also a chance to meet with your Representative, Senator, or staff members.

This year, the August recess is scheduled to run from August 3 to September 7.

If you would like to schedule a meeting to air concerns about any issues, check out the area district office contact information:

U.S. Senators
Arlen Specter
Upper Bucks/Montgomery Counties: Allentown
504 W. Hamilton, Suite 3814, Federal Building
Allentown, PA 18101
Phone: 215-597-7200

Philadelphia and Lower Bucks/Montgomery Counties: Philadelphia
600 Arch Street, Suite 9400
Philadelphia , PA 19106
Phone: 215-597-7200

Adams/York/Cumberland Counties: Harrisburg
228 Walnut Street, Room 1104, Federal Building
Harrisburg , PA 17101
Phone: 717-782-3951

Bob Casey
Upper Bucks/Montgomery Counties: Allentown
840 Hamilton Street, Suite 301
Allentown, PA 18101
Phone: 610-782-9470

Philadelphia and Lower Bucks/Montgomery Counties: Philadelphia
2000 Market Street, Suite 1870
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-405-9660

Adams/York/Cumberland Counties: Harrisburg
22 S. Third Street, Suite 6A
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Phone: 717-231-7540

U.S. Congress
Patrick Murphy, PA-8
Philadelphia, Lower Bucks Counties: Bristol
414 Mill Street
Bristol, PA 19007
Phone: 215-826-1963

Montgomery, Upper Bucks Counties: Doylestown
72 North Main Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone: 215-348-1194

Allyson Schwartz, PA-13
Montgomery County: Jenkintown
706 West Avenue
Jenkintown, PA 19046
Phone: 215-517-6572

Philadelphia County: Philadelphia
7219 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19135
Phone: 215-335-3355

Todd Platts, PA-19
Adams County: Gettysburg
22 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone: 717-338-1919

Cumberland County: Carlisle
59 West Louther Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
Phone: 717-249-0190

York County: York
2209 East Market Street
York, PA 17402
Phone: 717-600-1919

Top concerns about the gun issue for Senators Casey and Specter are the confirmation of anti-Second Amendment Sonia Sotomayor and the appointment of anti-hunting Cass Sunstein to the office of Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (aka Regulatory Czar). In the House, Congressmen Murphy, Schwartz, and Platts should be questioned on opposition or support for the DC gun rights amendment to the DC voting rights bill. At this time, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has refused to bring up the bill for a vote out of fear that the House might support basic gun rights for residents of the District of Columbia.

If you would like to meet with other gun owners to conduct a meeting with Congressional staff, please let your local EVC know. You can contact us via this web form.

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