“Tom Brier is an exceptionally intelligent, thoughtful, bold, and compassionate individual,” Gantt said. “He exudes the exact brand of inspirational leadership I want to represent me. Pennsylvania’s Tenth District would be proud to call him our Congressman and I am proud to lend him my support and endorsement during his campaign.”
“Unlike his opponents, Tom has been a constant presence in the Steelton community,” Proctor said. “From attending community events, to supporting local businesses, to hosting a town hall, Tom has made clear that he is committed to improving the lives of Steelton residents. Tom is just the person we need in Congress, and he has my fullest endorsement.”
Attorney and author Tom Brier, who is running to challenge incumbent Republican Scott Perry in Pennsylvania’s Tenth Congressional District, announced today that his campaign—for the third consecutive finance reporting period—raised more than $100,000. Brier, who announced his candidacy in March, has raised more than $300,000 for his 2020 Congressional bid.
A capacity crowd gathered at the Camp Curtin YMCA in Harrisburg on Tuesday evening to hear attorney, author, and Democratic candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania’s Tenth Congressional District, Tom Brier, speak about his vision for Central Pennsylvania. By the end of the 90-minute town hall, the standing-room-only audience was on its feet.
“Sean, above all, is a man of deep moral conviction,” Brier said. “His unwavering commitment to ending the crisis of gun violence in our country; his infectious passion for public service; his unyielding faith in the better angels of the America spirit—all of these traits make Sean an ideal candidate for District Attorney, and it is an honor to endorse his candidacy.”
A Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District has gotten off to a fast fundraising start, and his name is... Tom Brier.
Democrat Tom Brier will hold his first town hall next month as he prepares for a primary battle with state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale in next year's 10th Congressional District race.
The Hershey-based author and attorney's town hall will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, at Camp Curtin YMCA, 2135 N. 6th St. in Harrisburg. Those interested must RSVP here with basic contact information.
Brier is all in on the 10th District campaign, laying out policies full-time thanks to the success of some of his published works such as "While Reason Slept," which covers the philosophy of the founding fathers.
Here’s an idea: What if, instead of treating Americans merely as taxpayers, we treated them as investors?
It’s 10 months until next year’s primary election, and more than a year until the 2020 general election.
Still, Democrats living in central Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District already have two choices to face incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Perry.
Democratic Congressional Candidate Tom Brier joins Dave Williams on Pennsylvania Farm Country Radio—the largest Farm Radio Broadcasting Network in PA—for a free-flowing conversation covering a variety of issues, from the opioid epidemic to the devastating effects that President Trump's tariff wars are having on Pennsylvania's 6,000 dairy farmers.
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HERSHEY, PA --- Today, the congressional campaign of Democratic challenger Thomas F. Brier, Jr., announced a record fundraising haul of $100,026 in his bid to represent Pennsylvania’s 10th District.
Brier’s first quarter total, gathered entirely from individual donors, marks the most money ever raised in the opening quarter of a challenger campaign in the history of the new 10th and former 15th Districts.
“Our campaign, at its core, is dedicated to restoring a sense of civic unity in the Tenth District,” Brier said. “And although it’s still early, the support for our message has been overwhelmingly positive. There is a genuine feeling of excitement that comes with something new, and our fundraising efforts reflect the fact that people in the Tenth District are incredibly excited about supporting fresh ideas and a new generation of leadership. We can’t wait to see what the future holds.”
“We can’t imagine a better start to our campaign,” said Brier’s Finance Director, Olivia Termini. “Not only did we set a fundraising record, but we did it with the support of Democrats and Republicans alike. Voters on both sides of the aisle can sense that something special is happening.”
Brier is a graduate of Hershey High School, Dickinson College, and Penn State Law. After law school, Brier clerked on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit before working at an international law firm in Philadelphia. Brier also published a book, While Reason Slept, and serves as a fellow with the Pennsylvania Bar Association, where he provides free legal services to families and individuals across the Commonwealth.
We officially have one candidate.
Tom Brier, an attorney and author, announced his intentions to seek the Democratic nomination for the 10th Congressional District.
As we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), I would like to take a moment to focus on what is perhaps the most pressing issue of our time: America’s national security.
My name is Tom Brier, and I am running as a Democratic candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania’s Tenth Congressional District.