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ICYMI: Bob Casey Criss-Crosses Pennsylvania During “On Our Side Road Trip”

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PENNSYLVANIA – Last week, Senator Bob Casey traveled across the Commonwealth for the first leg of the “On Our Side Road Trip,” a campaign swing focused on his record of delivering for working families. Throughout the week, Senator Casey met with Pennsylvanians across the state, received key endorsements, and rallied voters over the week of the April primary.

Here’s what Pennsylvanians Are Reading About Senator Casey’s On Our Side Road Trip: 

Senator Casey Joins Sunday Service at the Church of Christian Compassion


Fox 43: Senator Bob Casey helps get out the vote ahead of the primary election

  • Reporter: Pennsylvania US Senator Bob Casey made a stop in Lancaster over the weekend. The visit comes on his “On Our Side Road Trip” where he’s making more than 20 stops across the Commonwealth ahead of November. […] The Senator emphasized the importance of getting out and voting not only in November, but in the primary tomorrow.
  • Senator Casey: Knocking on doors, engaging with voters, making phone calls, doing everything you can to get the vote out, because it’s going to be critical. I know Tuesday is a primary, but in a sense it’s really a kickoff to the big election which is in November.

Senator Casey Visits 9th Generation Family Farm in Berks County 


Senator Casey Visits USW Workers During Early Morning Shift Change


WATCH: Senator Casey Receives Endorsement from Pittsburgh Firefighters Local 1


WTAE: Senator Bob Casey meets with Black community leaders in the Mon Valley

  • Reporter: The Senator spent part of today in the Mon Valley listening to local leaders talk about the issues that impact them, including gun violence, poverty and food insecurity.
  • Senator Casey: We’re talking about investing in infrastructure and programs that lift up families. But we’ve got to be much more intentional, especially about economic development in communities that have often been left behind. 

Times-Tribune: Casey hosts roundtable on Social Security, Medicare in Wilkes-Barre

  • The three-term Democratic senator said his Republican opponent Dave McCormick supports efforts to privatize Social Security, “voucherize” Medicare, “decimate” Medicaid and repeal a law capping insulin costs for those on Medicare.
  • [National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare President Max] Richtman called Casey a “champion of seniors,” noting he is chairman of the Senate’s Special Committee on Aging.

Times Leader: Sen. Casey hosts roundtable discussion in Wilkes-Barre on senior issues

  • Sen. Casey said he believes that all older Americans have the right to age with dignity and financial security in the setting of their choice. “Older Americans fought our wars, taught our children, worked in our factories and helped build our middle class,” Casey said. “It is our sacred duty to care for the generations that came before us.”

WFMZ: Sen. Casey highlights importance of Latino voters in November election during stop in Bethlehem

  • Since Democratic Sen. Bob Casey ran unopposed in Tuesday’s primary, he’s gearing up for November. He made a campaign stop Wednesday at the Hispanic Center of the Lehigh Valley in Bethlehem.
  • He talked to Latino voters about how their votes in the general election will help decide Senate control in 2025.

Lehigh Valley News: Casey swats at McCormick during campaign stop in Bethlehem

  • The Lehigh Valley is one of the fastest growing communities in Pennsylvania thanks in part to a rapidly growing Latino community. However, Latino voters and candidates have raised concerns that politicians only reach out to them in election seasons when their votes are needed. But Raymond Santiago, the center’s executive director, singled out Casey; U.S. Rep. Susan Wild, D-Lehigh Valley; and state Sen. Lisa Boscola, D-Northampton, for their regular outreach with center officials.
  • Casey said he routinely visits places like the Lehigh Valley, Erie, Lancaster and York in part to keep in touch with their burgeoning Latino communities. He said that he’s heard them talk about the need to lower the cost of food, health care, gas and child care. Casey said his party has tried to deliver but accused conservatives of being more interested in cutting taxes for corporations than working on behalf of working families.

WJAC: McCormick and Casey begin ‘strong challenge’ of 2024 Pennsylvania Senate race

  • … in Centre County, Casey says fundamental rights are on the ballot. “Women’s rights. We had a supreme court case 50 years ago that settled that right, and now that is upended” Casey says.

WGAL: Bob Casey and Dave McCormick take US Senate campaign to state capital

  • Casey said he’s proud of his record in holding corporations accountable and voting for bills such as PACT, which expands VA coverage for veterans exposed to toxic chemicals.

ABC27: Casey visits Harrisburg as general election campaign kicks off

  • Casey hosted a roundtable discussion with veterans and touted his record of helping those who’ve served. Afterward, he discussed his re-election campaign and a push to hold companies accountable for increasing prices while turning record profits. He calls it “greedflation” and says his opponent, Republican Dave McCormick, will do nothing about it.

Senator Casey Receives PSEA Endorsement in Dauphin County

Keystone Newsroom: Bob Casey warns about Supreme Court’s attacks on workers and unions

  • Corporate greed and workers’ rights will likely play a central role in November’s Senate election between US Sen. Bob Casey and Republican challenger Dave McCormick, with Casey sounding the alarm this week about a right-wing US Supreme Court making it harder for workers to earn a fair paycheck.
  • “Sen. Casey is a proven leader, a respected member of the Senate, and a tireless advocate for public education in Pennsylvania,” [PSEA President Aaron] Chapin said. “He knows our state, understands the challenges we face in our public schools, and knows how to solve them by getting things done in Washington, D.C.”

Philadelphia Tribune: Sen. Casey meets with community leaders in Brewerytown: ‘Voting rights, democracy are on the line’

  • Meeting at the new Biden-Harris secondary field office that opened this week, Casey took questions on legislative priorities and work being done. He highlighted some of the major allocations that are going to improvements across the city. He also talked about teaching at a Catholic school in North Philadelphia right out of college and the impact that year had on his career.