Val Arkoosh is vying for Pa.’s open U.S. Senate seat. And she’s prioritizing women in the workforce
If elected to fill the seat left vacant by Lehigh Valley Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, Val Arkoosh would not only be the first woman to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate but the first female physician from either party.
Meet the climate candidate running for Pa.’s sought-after U.S. Senate seat
“We're an underdog, but we believe that once the message gets out and people start to pick up the message that we're going to have a winning case to be made to the people of Pennsylvania," Eric Orts said.
Fake TMZ site set up by far-right conspiracy theorist tries to smear Conor Lamb
Both Lamb and Swalwell have denied the allegations, which are completely unsubstantiated. Swalwell told the Daily Beast that allegations were “pathetic” and “baseless.”
An unchecked box could result in unintentional donations for two U.S. Senate candidates
GOP hopefuls Sean Parnell and Kathy Barnette are the latest Pa. pols to take a page out of ex-President Donald Trump’s financing playbook.
MontCo Commissioner Val Arkoosh says she’s seeking 2022 Dem nod for U.S. Senate
Valerie Arkoosh, the chairwoman of Montgomery County’s Board of Commissioners, says she’ll seek the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate in 2022, entering an already crowded primary field that’s top heavy with candidates from southeastern Pennsylvania. Arkoosh, a physician, made her announcement in a YouTube video released Monday morning, where she touted what she said were […]