Moon Parks & Recreation offers a variety of programs and classes throughout the year for all ages and skill levels.
Includes all of Beaver County and most of Allegheny County. Conor Lamb represents this seat.
It is entirely located in Allegheny County.
The 911th Airlift Wing is an Air Mobility Command-gained unit of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC), based out of Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
A rich variety of clubs, organizations, and other activities help students to thrive in and out of the classroom. Major construction projects have transformed campus over the last decade, adding new academic centers, suite-style residence halls, a student recreation center, and the UPMC Events Center.
Moon Area School District (MASD) is situated in Allegheny County and educates more than 3,700 students from Moon and Crescent Townships, who attend classes in seven buildings, including one high school, one middle school, and five elementary buildings, each containing specially designed spaces for twenty-first century learning.
Before he was governor, Tom was the owner of the Wolf Organization, a distributor of lumber and other building products. Tom bought this family business and grew the company — eventually more than quintupling the business in size. He did this with smart leadership and by treating his employees fairly, even sharing the company’s profits with workers.
Since he took office in 2015, Tom has fought to change Harrisburg. On day one, his first actions as governor were signing a gift ban prohibiting administration employees from accepting gifts from lobbyists and reforming legal contracting to end pay to play. Tom also donates his entire salary to charity and refuses a state pension.
When Tom took office, he inherited an education system that had been cut by one billion dollars that led to teacher layoffs, cuts to programs like pre-k and tutoring, and larger class sizes. Rather than make Pennsylvania’s children the first casualty of the budget process, Tom made our children and our future our top priority. He has now restored the one billion dollar cut to education made in the previous administration, leading to improved graduation rates and more children in pre-k.
By expanding Medicaid, Tom provided quality, affordable health care to 720,000 Pennsylvanians. He has also given more than 50,000 seniors the opportunity to age in their homes and made Pennsylvania a national leader in fighting the opioid and heroin epidemic by expanding treatment options and ensuring law enforcement and first responders have the resources they need.
Tom is working to grow our economy by making it easier for small businesses to start and expanding career and technical education opportunities. He is fighting to make sure wages keep up with the cost of living, focusing on skills training for kids who do not go to college, helping small businesses, and rebuilding Pennsylvania’s infrastructure.
Bob has spent two terms representing the people of Pennsylvania in the Senate, fighting for good jobs, higher wages and fairer workplaces. He is a leader with proven results for workers, women, children, seniors and people with disabilities. He has the experience and record of successful service that Pennsylvanians deserve in their Senator.
Bob has dedicated his career to serving the people of Pennsylvania, as Auditor General, State Treasurer and U.S. Senator. In Harrisburg, Bob compiled a record that focused on making government more accountable and responsive to the needs of Pennsylvanians. He has been a fiscal watchdog who made nursing homes safer and protected affordable child care. He led the fight to reform Megan’s Law to better protect Pennsylvania children and communities.
Since he was elected to the United States Senate in 2006, Bob has worked to create family-sustaining jobs and foster financial security for Pennsylvania families; protect our children and invest in their futures; ensure safety at home and respect for America abroad; promote honesty and accountability in government; preserve the dignity of the vulnerable of all ages among us; and advocate for his constituents and help them solve problems they face.
Bob was the prime Senate sponsor of landmark legislation for individuals with disabilities, the Stephen Beck Jr. Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE), which allows millions of families across the United States to save for the long-term care of their loved ones with disabilities in a tax-advantaged savings account.
He is a leader in public education, fighting for expanded access to everything from pre-K to technical schools to universities. As concerns arose across the nation about the dangers of campus sexual assault, Bob took action and passed into law the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE), which outlines steps schools can take to educate students and help prevent sexual assault, requires uniform reporting standards for sexual assaults on college campuses and requires schools to provide clear guidelines to students on their sexual assault policies.
From legislation cracking down on terrorists’ financing to a law that makes it easier for small businesses to expand, Bob has a wide range of accomplishments for the people of Pennsylvania. He is committed to raising wages and creating and retaining jobs across the state. A tireless advocate for middle-class families, workers and seniors, Bob is a voice for those who are threatened by Congressional Republicans’ tax cuts to the ultra-rich and recent attempts to undermine Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
Congressman Conor Lamb is a Marine and former federal prosecutor who was elected on March 13, 2018 to represent Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district in Congress, which includes parts of Allegheny, Westmoreland, Washington and Greene Counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. Lamb defeated Republican Rick Saccone in the March 13th Special Election to represent the district for the remainder of 2018, filling the seat left open after former Rep. Tim Murphy's resignation.
In February 2018, the state supreme court issued a new congressional map for the 2018 elections, changing the districts in southwestern Pennsylvania and placing Lamb into the new 17th district, which includes all of Beaver County, much of western and northern Allegheny County, and parts of Cranberry Township in Butler County. Lamb said throughout the special election that he would run for a full term in 2018 no matter where the lines were drawn, and on March 20 the Congressman-elect filed more than 4,000 signatures to get on the ballot in the new 17th district. Lamb was unopposed in the May 15th Democratic primary, and will now face Republican Congressman Keith Rothfus, who represents the current 12th district, in the November general election.
Despite being significantly outspent in the special election by super PACs and special interest groups, Lamb's grassroots campaign raised more than $5 million, with an average individual contribution of about $33. A vocal advocate for campaign finance reform, Lamb started the campaign by refusing to accept donations from corporate PACs, and was endorsed and supported by End Citizens United, a grassroots organization dedicated to reversing the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision and getting big money out of politics.
Lamb's campaign focused on the need for new leaders in Congress who work together and get things done for working families. His priorities include creating good jobs and investing in infrastructure, protecting Social Security and Medicare, making health care more affordable for all Americans, taking comprehensive action to fight the heroin crisis, and reforming our student loan system. A vocal supporter of organized labor, throughout the campaign Lamb highlighted his commitment to help strengthen unions, make it easier for workers to organize, raise the minimum wage and fight for better pay, benefits and conditions for all working people. Lamb has been endorsed by the AFL-CIO, the Allegheny County Labor Council, United Steelworkers of America, United Mine Workers of America, SEIU, the Pennsylvania Alliance for Retired Americans, Social Security Works, and the National Committee to Preserve Medicare & Social Security, among many other labor unions and progressive organizations.
As an Assistant U.S. Attorney from 2014-2017, Lamb led prosecutions against drug dealers and violent criminals and helped establish the Justice Department's Pittsburgh office as a national leader in the fight against the heroin epidemic, working to build partnerships between law enforcement and community members in places that have been hit hardest by the crisis.
Prior to his appointment as a federal prosecutor, Lamb was a Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps. He completed active duty service in 2013 and continues to serve as a Major in the Marine Corps Reserves.
Lamb, 33, resides in Mt. Lebanon, where he grew up. He went to Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School (2002), and went to college and law school at the University of Pennsylvania (2006, 2009).
Senator Pam Iovino was sworn in on April 29, 2019 to represent the 37th State Senatorial District, which includes parts of Allegheny and Washington Counties in Southwestern Pennsylvania. She has dedicated her life to public service, serving 23 years in the U.S. Navy and representing veterans at the federal and local levels prior to her election to the Pennsylvania Senate.
After receiving a commission from Officer Candidate School and graduating with distinction in 1980, her Navy service included tours as a Missile Maintenance Officer, Manpower Analyst, Anti-terrorism Intelligence Watch Officer, Network Warfare Program Manager, Congressional Liaison, and four Commanding officer assignments, including the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center Pittsburgh. Her military awards include the Legion of Merit Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (3 awards), Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal (2 awards), and the Armed Forces Reserve Medal.
Senator Iovino attained the rank of Captain and retired from the Navy in 2003 upon nomination by President George W. Bush to serve as Assistant Secretary for Congressional Affairs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). She was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve at the VA, where she was the chief advocate for all legislative matters on Capitol Hill for our Nation’s 25 million veterans.
Senator Iovino returned to Western Pennsylvania in 2009 as an Adjunct Professor at Robert Morris University. In 2017, she became Director of Veterans’ Services for Allegheny County.
Senator Iovino has served as a Board Member of the Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania and a member of the Governor’s Women Veterans Committee. She is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh.
Senator Iovino possess a bachelor’s degree in political science from Gettysburg College (1978) and a master’s degree in National Security & Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College (1992). She serves as the Democratic Chair of the Senate Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee and sits on the Committees on Communications & Technology; Community, Economic & Recreational Development; and Labor & Industry. She was born and raised in the Borough of Whitehall, PA in the 37th District, and currently resides in Mt. Lebanon, PA.
As County Executive, Rich Fitzgerald is focused on the Pittsburgh region's economic development and job creation. He regularly works with local companies to address issues that might hinder their growth. That focus means ensuring that Allegheny County continues to be an attractive place to live, work, and play. It also includes modernizing and growing our airport, guaranteeing our public transit system is reliable and sustainable, and providing a business environment where a skilled workforce is a key component of our growth.
As the County’s top fiscal officer, Controller Chelsa Wagner leads the fight against inefficient and inequitable spending, working to root out fraud, waste and abuse in County government. Chelsa brings a fresh, outside perspective focused on making County government more transparent and accountable to taxpayers. Chelsa ensures the Controller’s office is a direct, effective advocate for Allegheny County, this region, and most importantly, the taxpayers.
As District Attorney, I am the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for the county and am responsible for seeking justice on a daily basis for the citizens of this county. In addition, I am also charged with protecting the rights of our society and the individuals who make up that society. To that end, I am extremely proud of the staff of attorneys and support personnel who have been brought together to carry out what is oftentimes a broad and complex mission.
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