Springfield, PA – Congressman Pat Meehan (R-PA/7) announced today he submitted more than three and a half times the required number of signatures for ballot access as a Congressional candidate. More than 3,500 signatures were filed in Harrisburg in support of Congressman Meehan’s run for reelection.
Meehan said, “Since I first ran for Congress in 2010, my focus has always been on representing my constituents’ priorities in Congress. I am gratified with the remarkable support that our campaign has received through the petition process, and it reaffirms that our work to improve economic growth in Southeastern Pennsylvania, root out waste and mismanagement in our nation’s capital and combat sexual violence on college campuses has made a different to the residents of the 7th District.”
“I am committed to cutting through the toxic partisan culture in Washington, DC to get results for my constituents, and that priority continues as our campaign gets underway. I extend my thanks to the many volunteers who helped circulate petitions, and to all of those who signed in support,” Meehan concluded.
Pat Meehan is currently serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives and serves on the influential Ways and Means Committee and the House Ethics Committees. Since taking the oath of office in 2011, Congressman Meehan has focused on rebuilding our struggling economy, bringing our debt under control and balancing our budget. He has worked extensively on economic development issues critical to our region, such as the dredging of the Delaware River and the revitalization of our area’s refineries. Meehan and his wife Carolyn have three sons and reside in Delaware County. Learn more at www.meehanforcongress.com.