Today, the Bob Casey for Senate campaign announced it raised $2.2 million in the first quarter of 2018 and has more than $10 million cash on hand – more than any Senate candidate in Pennsylvania history.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: U.S. Sen. Bob Casey talks accomplishments, missed opportunities with Tribune-Review
In an hourlong interview with the Tribune-Review editorial board, Casey, who is seeking his third term this fall, pointed to bill after bill that he has shepherded through the Senate — 26 as lead sponsor and another 14 as lead Democrat.
Senator Bob Casey qualified for the ballot by filing nominating petitions from every county in Pennsylvania, totaling more than 21,000 signatures. Senator Casey garnered as many signatures as the entire Republican field combined.
Members of the Allegheny-Fayette County Central Labor Council extended labor’s backing to a number of familiar names in contested races, while declining to endorse in one of the most notable offices on the 2018 ballot.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey urged students to continue calling on Congress to enact stronger gun laws – even when Washington seems slow to act.