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Senator Iovino Tours Bridgeville Small Businesses

 

Senator Iovino joined Bridgeville Borough Council President Michael Tolmer for a tour of Bridgeville’s small businesses and commercial corridors. The tour showcases some of the district’s vibrant local main streets, which offer both new businesses and longtime establishments that are staples of the community.
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Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

 

Senator Iovino toured one of the 37th District’s great natural amenities, the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, with Executive Director Keith Kaiser. This 460-acre site near Oakdale includes plant collections of the Allegheny Plateau and inspires visitors to value the natural world.
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Amazon Announces New Fulfillment Center in Findlay Township

Expansion Will Bring 800 Jobs, $30 million investment to 37th Senatorial District   Pittsburgh, PA − July 30, 2019 − Today, Senator Pam Iovino applauded and welcomed Amazon’s expansion into the 37th Senatorial District – a 1,000,000 square-foot non-sortable...

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Senator Iovino Tours Rinker Materials

 

Senator Iovino toured Rinker Materials, a local manufacturer that makes culverts and concrete piping for the Turnpike, Southern Beltway, and other infrastructure projects throughout the region.
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How state Sen. Pam Iovino is navigating one of Pennsylvania’s most pivotal senate districts

In an era when partisan politics are getting stronger, Pennsylvania’s 37th Senate District in the suburbs of Pittsburgh is an anomaly, and it’s unclear whether any politician or party has figured out how to keep it in their grasp. That is the task ahead for newly elected state Sen. Pam Iovino (D-Mount Lebanon). In April, she won a special election to replace former Republican state Sen. Guy Reschenthaler, defeating candidate D. Raja (R-Mount Lebanon) and flipping the district for the third time since 2012. But Iovino is up for re-election again in 2020, meaning she has just over a year to convince voters she should keep the seat.
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New state Senator takes leadership role in veterans’ affairs

Talk about a transition. “One day, I was a captain in the Navy,” said state Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon. “And five months later, I was preparing for a Senate confirmation hearing.” During that short span, a chain of events in 2003-04 led her from wrapping up 23 years of active duty to the U.S. Senate, indeed, confirming her as the assistant secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs under President George W. Bush.
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Sign up for ConnectCard in Bethel Park

State Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon, announced that eligible residents now can sign up for the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s new Senior Citizen ConnectCard at her district offices in Bethel Park and Robinson Township. The Senior ConnectCard allows seniors to ride Port Authority and other public transit vehicles for free across Pennsylvania.
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Sen. Iovino Budget Statement

Harrisburg, PA – June 27, 2019 –Today, Pennsylvania State Senator Pam Iovino (D-37th Senatorial District) released the following statement on the passage of the state’s budget: “I voted in support of the state budget because the package moves Pennsylvania forward and...

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