Photos from Harrisburg and around the district

Darisha, Deborah & Kristin Magnotta of Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr.'s office

Darisha, Deborah & Kristin Magnotta of Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr.'s office



Darisha, Quincy, Kristin Magnotta of Robert P. Casey, Jr.'s office

Darisha, Quincy, Kristin Magnotta of Robert P. Casey, Jr.'s office



Celebrating Reverend Chauncey P. Harrison's First Pastoral Anniversary at Zion Baptist Church in Wister Woods Park on July 6, 2019.

Celebrating Reverend Chauncey P. Harrison's First Pastoral Anniversary at Zion Baptist Church in Wister Woods Park on July 6, 2019.



Celebrating Reverend Chauncey P. Harrison's First Pastoral Anniversary at Zion Baptist Church in Wister Woods Park on July 6, 2019.

Celebrating Reverend Chauncey P. Harrison's First Pastoral Anniversary at Zion Baptist Church in Wister Woods Park on July 6, 2019.



Celebrating Reverend Chauncey P. Harrison's First Pastoral Anniversary at Zion Baptist Church in Wister Woods Park on July 6, 2019.

Celebrating Reverend Chauncey P. Harrison's First Pastoral Anniversary at Zion Baptist Church in Wister Woods Park on July 6, 2019.



Rep. Youngblood with her district office staff at her Community Conversation event on June 8, 2019.

Rep. Youngblood with her district office staff at her Community Conversation event on June 8, 2019.



Rep. Youngblood recently hosted a Property Tax/Rent Rebate workshop at Plymouth Hall Apartments. It was a very convenient way for constituents to apply to get a rebate of up to $650.

Rep. Youngblood recently hosted a Property Tax/Rent Rebate workshop at Plymouth Hall Apartments. It was a very convenient way for constituents to apply to get a rebate of up to $650.



Rep. Youngblood recently hosted a Property Tax/Rent Rebate workshop at Plymouth Hall Apartments. It was a very convenient way for constituents to apply to get a rebate of up to $650.

Rep. Youngblood recently hosted a Property Tax/Rent Rebate workshop at Plymouth Hall Apartments. It was a very convenient way for constituents to apply to get a rebate of up to $650.



Rep. Youngblood recently hosted a Property Tax/Rent Rebate workshop at Plymouth Hall Apartments. It was a very convenient way for constituents to apply to get a rebate of up to $650.

Rep. Youngblood recently hosted a Property Tax/Rent Rebate workshop at Plymouth Hall Apartments. It was a very convenient way for constituents to apply to get a rebate of up to $650.



Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood takes the oath of office on January 1, 2019.

Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood takes the oath of office on January 1, 2019.



Rep. Rosita Youngblood, along with Reps. Vanessa Brown and Marty Flynn, is pictured with the Lombardi Trophy, which was brought to the state Capitol after the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl 52.

Rep. Rosita Youngblood, along with Reps. Vanessa Brown and Marty Flynn, is pictured with the Lombardi Trophy, which was brought to the state Capitol after the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl 52.



On May 24, Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood introduced and recognized the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s Boys and Girls Basketball teams in the House of Representatives. Both the boys and girls teams won the 2017 Eastern School for the Deaf Athletic Association’s Division 2 championships. The boys team won their first championship in 40 years by defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. The girls team won their first championship since 1980 by also defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. These historic victories are a testament to the determination, dedication and commitment of the players, coaches and their families. It is a true reflection of the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s motto: “I CAN, YOU CAN, WE CAN, PDS CAN!”

On May 24, Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood introduced and recognized the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s Boys and Girls Basketball teams in the House of Representatives. Both the boys and girls teams won the 2017 Eastern School for the Deaf Athletic Association’s Division 2 championships. The boys team won their first championship in 40 years by defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. The girls team won their first championship since 1980 by also defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. These historic victories are a testament to the determination, dedication and commitment of the players, coaches and their families. It is a true reflection of the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s motto: “I CAN, YOU CAN, WE CAN, PDS CAN!”



On May 24, Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood introduced and recognized the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s Boys and Girls Basketball teams in the House of Representatives. Both the boys and girls teams won the 2017 Eastern School for the Deaf Athletic Association’s Division 2 championships. The boys team won their first championship in 40 years by defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. The girls team won their first championship since 1980 by also defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. These historic victories are a testament to the determination, dedication and commitment of the players, coaches and their families. It is a true reflection of the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s motto: “I CAN, YOU CAN, WE CAN, PDS CAN!”

On May 24, Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood introduced and recognized the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s Boys and Girls Basketball teams in the House of Representatives. Both the boys and girls teams won the 2017 Eastern School for the Deaf Athletic Association’s Division 2 championships. The boys team won their first championship in 40 years by defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. The girls team won their first championship since 1980 by also defeating the New Jersey School for the Deaf. These historic victories are a testament to the determination, dedication and commitment of the players, coaches and their families. It is a true reflection of the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf’s motto: “I CAN, YOU CAN, WE CAN, PDS CAN!”



State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood took the oath of office on Jan. 3 for her 12th term in the Pa. House of Representatives.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood took the oath of office on Jan. 3 for her 12th term in the Pa. House of Representatives.



A very special visitor stops by the district office of state Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood to drop off a tree and some teddy bears. In addition to her annual Christmas Giveaway event, Youngblood partnered with the Philadelphia Children's Alliance to host a Teddy Bear Drive this holiday season.
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A very special visitor stops by the district office of state Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood to drop off a tree and some teddy bears. In addition to her annual Christmas Giveaway event, Youngblood partnered with the Philadelphia Children's Alliance to host a Teddy Bear Drive this holiday season. For more photos, click here.



State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood (left) recently participated in a Voter Registration/ID Drive along with (from left) state Sen. Shirley Kitchen, state Rep. Mark Cohen and state Rep. J.P. Miranda. Kitchen cosponsored the event.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood (left) recently participated in a Voter Registration/ID Drive along with (from left) state Sen. Shirley Kitchen, state Rep. Mark Cohen and state Rep. J.P. Miranda. Kitchen cosponsored the event.



State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., Democratic chairwoman of the House Gaming Oversight Committee, joined other Democrats in speaking out against privatization of the Pennsylvania Lottery, during a Capitol news conference.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., Democratic chairwoman of the House Gaming Oversight Committee, joined other Democrats in speaking out against privatization of the Pennsylvania Lottery, during a Capitol news conference.



On March 21, state Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood hosted a town hall meeting in Philadelphia regarding the city's new property tax reassessment proposal, known as Actual Value Initiative, or AVI. Nearly 250 concerns citizens attended the meeting, all with questions and concerns as to how the city new property tax plan would impact them. To further assist members of the community, Youngblood invited City Controller Alan Butkovitz and representatives from Councilwoman Cindy Bass' office to speak at the event. Youngblood said the turnout for this meeting, and the amount of casework her district office has done on AVI, highlights the need for the city to take a breath and slow down the reassessment process.

On March 21, state Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood hosted a town hall meeting in Philadelphia regarding the city's new property tax reassessment proposal, known as Actual Value Initiative, or AVI. Nearly 250 concerns citizens attended the meeting, all with questions and concerns as to how the city new property tax plan would impact them. To further assist members of the community, Youngblood invited City Controller Alan Butkovitz and representatives from Councilwoman Cindy Bass' office to speak at the event. Youngblood said the turnout for this meeting, and the amount of casework her district office has done on AVI, highlights the need for the city to take a breath and slow down the reassessment process.



On March 21, state Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood hosted a town hall meeting in Philadelphia regarding the city's new property tax reassessment proposal, known as Actual Value Initiative, or AVI. Nearly 250 concerns citizens attended the meeting, all with questions and concerns as to how the city new property tax plan would impact them. To further assist members of the community, Youngblood invited City Controller Alan Butkovitz and representatives from Councilwoman Cindy Bass' office to speak at the event. Youngblood said the turnout for this meeting, and the amount of casework her district office has done on AVI, highlights the need for the city to take a breath and slow down the reassessment process.

On March 21, state Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood hosted a town hall meeting in Philadelphia regarding the city's new property tax reassessment proposal, known as Actual Value Initiative, or AVI. Nearly 250 concerns citizens attended the meeting, all with questions and concerns as to how the city new property tax plan would impact them. To further assist members of the community, Youngblood invited City Controller Alan Butkovitz and representatives from Councilwoman Cindy Bass' office to speak at the event. Youngblood said the turnout for this meeting, and the amount of casework her district office has done on AVI, highlights the need for the city to take a breath and slow down the reassessment process.



Rep. Youngblood and members of her staff gave away 50 turkeys, along with dry good baskets, to constituents in the district during her 2011 Turkey Basket Giveaway.  To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. Youngblood's other galleries.

Rep. Youngblood and members of her staff gave away 50 turkeys, along with dry good baskets, to constituents in the district during her 2011 Turkey Basket Giveaway. To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. Youngblood's other galleries.