Senator Receives Humanitarian Award

  From Doylestown News Online SENATOR McILHINNEY RECEIVES HUMANITARIAN AWARD Senator Chuck McIlhinney (R-10) was named a recipient of the Ted Lindeman Outreach Foundation 2014 Humanitarian Award. The Humanitarian Award honors individuals who live and work in the Greater Philadelphia area who have made a significant humanitarian contribution to their local communities. The Ted Lindeman …


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10th District candidates square off at debate

Bucks County Courier Times Posted: Thursday, October 23, 2014 10:08 pm | Updated: 12:02 pm, Fri Oct 24, 2014. By Edward Levenson Correspondent While they agreed there should be fewer state legislators, the two candidates for state senator in the 10th District disagreed on a number of other issues in a debate Thursday night. Republican incumbent Chuck McIlhinney …


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Check out our positive new radio spot

We’re on the air!   Today, our campaign began airing a positive radio commercial outlining my record of standing up for the people of Bucks County.  We are especially excited that Merrill Reese – the voice of the Philadelphia Eagles — agreed to narrate the commercial.  Please listen to it here and share it with …


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Senator stands up and states support for ending hate crimes

Rally calls for an end to bullying, hate crimes By Peg Quann Staff writer on Wed Oct 01, 2014 8:15 PM EDT The Intelligencer   If there could be a war on hate, the more than 200 participants in the “Love over Hate” rally at the Bucks County Courthouse in Doylestownon Wednesday night would be on …


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Candidates bring differing perspectives to the 10th District race

Candidates bring differing perspectives to the 10th District race   From the Bucks County Courier Times Posted: Sunday, September 28, 2014 6:00 am | Updated: 7:10 am, Mon Sep 29, 2014. By Peg Quann Staff writer Both current Republican state Sen. Chuck McIlhinney and Democratic challenger Steve Cickay expressed strong opinions on substantive issues recently in the race …


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GOP Control of State Senate Likely to Continue

Guest Column: GOP Control of State Senate Likely From PA Politics Written by Christopher Nicholas, Guest Columnist Democratic State Senate Leader Jay Costa declared in a recent Post-Gazettearticle that his party was “on the cusp” of taking back control there. Could that happen in November? Potentially, perhaps — but it’s not likely.  Hamstrung by poor candidate …


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Senator helps expand bus service in Doylestown

  DART to offer Saturday service in the Doylestown area DART buses, which primarily serve seniors in the Doylestown area, are beginning Saturday routes next month. Posted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:45 pm | Updated: 10:52 am, Wed Aug 27, 2014. By Peg Quann Staff writer In response to residents’ requests, Bucks County Transport will offer DART shuttle …


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Second set of awesome polling numbers

  SD-10: Second Poll Shows McIlhinney with Big Lead Written by Nick Field, Managing Editor One poll can be an outlier, but two point to a trend. A day after we reported on a poll in the race for the State Senate’s 10th district, PoliticsPA obtained a second survey – this time from a Republican operative – …


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Finding common ground to end the cycle of poverty

Bucks County Local News GUEST OPINION: By Chuck McIlhinney State Senator, 10th District Published: Thursday, July 31, 2014 Although Pennsylvania has made incremental progress toward economic recovery, a large number of working families still remain trapped in a seemingly endless cycle of poverty. Too many workers are still living hand-to-mouth and paycheck-to-paycheck. Worse yet, even …


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