By Charles Thompson Political analysts have projected Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District as one of the most hotly-contested U.S. House races in the nation, literally from the moment the polls closed on U.S. Rep. Scott Perry’s narrow fourth-term win in November 2018. But that’s cart-before-the-horse talk here in central Pennsylvania. Democratic voters on Tuesday must first, and somewhat belatedly, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, select their candidate to go up against Perry… Read More »Tom Brier, Eugene DePasquale vie for Democrats’ big shot in 10th Congressional District in Pa.
Tom is joined by Anne Parmer, the Director of Engagement at Andculture, to discuss relationship-building during a pandemic and how to communicate effectively through remote technology.
We are incredibly proud to earn the support of the American Postal Workers Union, Keystone Area Local #1566 — Central PA’s largest postal workers union. These are the heroes America deserves!
Tom appeared on Pennsylvania Cable Network’s “On The Issues” earlier this week for an engaging discussion about why he is in this race, what our campaign stands for, how he would handle the COVID-19 pandemic as a member of Congress, what differentiates him from his primary opponent, and much more. You can watch Tom’s interview by clicking here. (If you scroll down, it is the first video listed under “Race for… Read More »PCN: “On the issues”
Sarah King Reinecker, Spring Garden Township I am writing to share my thoughts on the upcoming primary election. After comparing Eugene DePasquale and Tom Brier, I am enthusiastically supporting Tom. I have lived in York for 30 years. Over that time, I’ve supported candidates who can be trusted and operate with the utmost integrity. Tom is that person. Eugene, whose political career began in York, is not. I was shocked… Read More »LETTER: Brier is candidate we need and deserve in the 10th Congressional race
By Donald Brown Due to several lucky breaks during my career, I have had a front row seat for almost 40 years on climate change issues working for US EPA and the Pennsylvania DEP, and having taught or lectured in 38 countries on climate change science, ethics and law. During this time, I have witnessed elements of the fossil industry successfully prevent the United States and some other governments around… Read More »Climate change: What happens if democracies let merchants run the government | Opinion
Tom is joined by CNN Commentator and former Democratic Presidential campaign operative, Paul Begala, to talk about the evolution of political discourse and how we can fix our political system.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale violated federal campaign finance law by using funds from his state-level campaign to prop up his congressional bid, a complaint filed by his Democratic opponent alleged. And the complaint seems to have merit, said one campaign finance expert. Tom Brier, a Hershey-based author and attorney who is slated to face off with DePasquale in the state’s 10th Congressional District primary race in June, filed the complaint regarding… Read More »Complaint: DePasquale violated campaign finance law
Tom is joined by Chris Altman, manager of clinical field services at Rite Aid’s corporate headquarters in Camp Hill, to discuss new developments in Coronavirus testing during the pandemic at the state and federal levels.
Read FEC complaint here: FEC Complaint against Eugene DePasquale HERSHEY, PA — The Brier Campaign has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Democratic rival, Eugene DePasquale, citing specific evidence that DePasquale improperly spent at least $113,050 of nonfederal campaign funds on services and advertisements benefiting his federal congressional campaign. According to the official complaint, DePasquale, several months prior to his congressional announcement, illegally funneled more than $113,000… Read More »Brier Campaign Files FEC Complaint Over Illegal Spending By DePasquale Committee