Oct. 26 update: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Grants; Election Day Approaching; Relief for Hospitality Industry

(2 hours ago)

Weekly email features information on a new grant program, election reminders, funding for our bars and restaurants, and a reminder on rent and mortgage assistance. Read more

 

Oct. 19 update: Register to vote TODAY; Building strong communities; Domestic violence awareness

(Oct 19, 2020)

Every citizen 18 years or older has the right to vote, and we will protect your right to vote and have it counted properly. Read more

 

Bradford, Webster announce $326K grant to help develop Zacharias Creek Trail

(Oct 15, 2020)

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania saw unprecedented park and trail usage this past spring and summer because of COVID-19. The $326,000 in funding from DCNR for this project will allow us to connect two popular trail networks increasing multimodal access to different green spaces across our county. Read more

 

Oct. 14 update: U.S. Census Count Ends Oct. 15; Improvements for Rental & Mortgage Relief; Voting Reminders

(Oct 14, 2020)

The deadline for the U.S. Census has changed multiple times because of COVID-19 and other reasons. However, the Supreme Court ruled this week that the 2020 census counts will end at the conclusion of tomorrow, Oct. 15. Read more

 

Briggs, Webster fighting for fair, open elections

(Oct 08, 2020)

Your vote this November will shape the future of this country, and all eyes are on Pennsylvania due to its “battle state” status. This election will not only impact us in PA but also our brothers and sisters throughout the nation. Read more

 

Oct. 6 update: Celebrating Peace and Progress; Why Wearing a Mask is Vital; Updated Census Deadline

(Oct 06, 2020)

Topics this week include an international conference, a reminder about masks, a hello from Skippack Days, and a U.S. Census deadline update. Read more

 

Webster celebrates peace, harmony through participation in international conference

(Oct 05, 2020)

“The causes that matter to us – social justice, human rights, equality in education, women’s health, the quality of our natural resources like air and water – are worth using both our individual and collective voices for change,” Webster said. Read more

 

Webster calls on all House members to wear masks after latest positive COVID-19 test of a colleague

(Oct 01, 2020)

For the safety of the community at large and to prevent further spread of COVID-19, I encourage all individuals over the age of 2 to wear masks unless your health care provider has exempted you. More than 200,000 Americans have already died during this pandemic, and we know that mask wearing is an important way to prevent others from becoming infected if one is unknowingly carrying the virus. Read more

 

Montgomery County is counting on YOU!

(Sep 30, 2020)

Pa. state Reps. Joe Ciresi and Joe Webster explain why it’s important to be counted in the 2020 Census. Read more

 

Sept. 29 update: Seeking answers on the Census deadline; Back in session; Skippack Days this weekend

(Sep 29, 2020)

If you’re like me, your head is swimming because of various information about the deadline of the 2020 census. It can be – and has been – frustrating. But what has remained true throughout is every resident should be counted. So, if you haven’t yet done it, please take the U.S. Census. And do so TODAY. Read more

 

How I Vote

(Sep 25, 2020)

I want you to know that every time I vote in Harrisburg, I make three considerations. In the videos within, I’ll explain what those three considerations are and how they impact the decisions that I make for you and on behalf of our community! Read more

 

Everything You Need to Know About Voting

(Sep 23, 2020)

My hope is this post helps outline how recent PA Supreme Court rulings impact the run-up to the election. Read more

 

Sept. 16 update: National Suicide Prevention Month; the Environmental Economy; Honoring Fallen EMS

(Sep 16, 2020)

If you are worried about a loved one, I encourage you to reach out to your friends or family members to check in. If you or anyone else might need assistance, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. Read more

 

Webster celebrates preservation grant for local National Audubon Society

(Sep 16, 2020)

“Whether informing, delighting or inspiring interest in birds, conservation, nature or art, the legacy of Audubon must be preserved,” Webster said. “There are so many businesses and organizations struggling right now because of the pandemic, and I am striving to assist as many as possible through whatever means necessary. Our collective and continued recovery must include arts, culture and history, and I’m thoroughly grateful the National Audubon Society was recognized for its importance in our community.” Read more

 

Webster: Generating Jobs, Economic Activity with Good Government

(Sep 16, 2020)

Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster hosted a House Democratic Policy Hearing to discuss how Pennsylvania can generate jobs and jump start the economy with good government initiatives. Read more

 

Webster Honors Fallen EMS

(Sep 14, 2020)

Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster attended a ceremony at the Capitol honoring EMS workers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Read more

 

9/14/20 – The Environmental Economy – Harrisburg

(Sep 14, 2020)

Materials from a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing held in the Capitol and co-chaired by State Rep. Joe Webster. Read more

 

Sept. 9 update: Lost Wages Assistance Program & an update for restaurants

(Sep 09, 2020)

While mitigation efforts remain in place, we continue to adjust based on the science and data. And we continue to seek relief for people and businesses who have been most affected by the coronavirus. In this week’s email, I highlight the Lost Wages Assistance program and the news that restaurants will soon be upgrading indoor dining capacity to 50% occupancy. Read more

 

Webster: We Need to Be Breaking Down, Not Building Voting Barriers

(Sep 02, 2020)

Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster voted against legislation that would create unnecessary barriers and limit the ability of Pennsylvanians to cast their ballot safely in the November election. Read more

 

Sept. 1 update: Gratitude for healthcare workers

(Sep 01, 2020)

Weekly email also includes an update on legislative activity now that we've returned to session. Read more

 

Oct. 26 update: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Grants; Election Day Approaching; Relief for Hospitality Industry
2 hours ago

Oct. 19 update: Register to vote TODAY; Building strong communities; Domestic violence awareness
Oct 19, 2020

Bradford, Webster announce $326K grant to help develop Zacharias Creek Trail
Oct 15, 2020

Oct. 14 update: U.S. Census Count Ends Oct. 15; Improvements for Rental & Mortgage Relief; Voting Reminders
Oct 14, 2020

Briggs, Webster fighting for fair, open elections
Oct 08, 2020

Oct. 6 update: Celebrating Peace and Progress; Why Wearing a Mask is Vital; Updated Census Deadline
Oct 06, 2020

Webster celebrates peace, harmony through participation in international conference
Oct 05, 2020

Webster calls on all House members to wear masks after latest positive COVID-19 test of a colleague
Oct 01, 2020

Montgomery County is counting on YOU!
Sep 30, 2020

Sept. 29 update: Seeking answers on the Census deadline; Back in session; Skippack Days this weekend
Sep 29, 2020

How I Vote
Sep 25, 2020

Everything You Need to Know About Voting
Sep 23, 2020

Sept. 16 update: National Suicide Prevention Month; the Environmental Economy; Honoring Fallen EMS
Sep 16, 2020

Webster celebrates preservation grant for local National Audubon Society
Sep 16, 2020

Webster: Generating Jobs, Economic Activity with Good Government
Sep 16, 2020

Webster Honors Fallen EMS
Sep 14, 2020

9/14/20 – The Environmental Economy – Harrisburg
Sep 14, 2020

Sept. 9 update: Lost Wages Assistance Program & an update for restaurants
Sep 09, 2020

Webster: We Need to Be Breaking Down, Not Building Voting Barriers
Sep 02, 2020

Sept. 1 update: Gratitude for healthcare workers
Sep 01, 2020