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ENG: Robert A. "Bob" Brady (born April 7, 1945) is the U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 1st congressional district, serving since 1998, and the ranking Democrat on the United States House Committee on House Administration since 2007. He has been the Chairman to the Philadelphia Democratic Party since 1986, and is one of the few members of congress who are a county chairman. Early life, education, and pre-congressional career Brady was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father was an Irish American police officer and his mother was Italian American. He graduated from St. Thomas More High School and didn't go to college. Brady went to work as a carpenter and became a part of the leadership of the Carpenters’ union. He is still a member of the Carpenters' and Teachers' ...
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Brady joins Sen.Kitchen and other st.officials to protest...

Congressman Robert A. Brady (D., PA) today joined State Sen. Shirley Kitchen and other elected officials and advocates in blasting Pennsylvania’s proposed asset test for recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).“This proposed asset test will force families who are looking at poverty in the face choose between having a few dollars saved as a safety net and being able to feed their families,” the Congressman said. The Congressman said he has written to Gov. Corbett and asked him to reconsider implementation of the asset test. “As most of this in ...

A Quick Look at Bob Brady's 2011 FEC Reports

Normally I stay out of Philadelphia politics. When I was going over the quarterly FEC reports for the collar counties I dipped into the reports for Philadelphia’s congressional representatives. A few things surprised me so I’ve done a little more digging. Here are some observations on the reports from 1st district Congressman Bob Brady’s campaign, from the post-general 2010 election, year end 2010, first, second, and third quarter 2011 reports. To provide some context, I found a Dec. 20, 2010 article by Brad Bumstead and Mike Wereschagin in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, ...

Statewide Primaries Get Steamy

The big question is will we get a Democrat candidate from Eastern Pennsylvania or Western Pennsylvania in the high-stakes Attorney General race? The next two questions automatically follow. Will either Dan McCaffery or former Congressman Pat Murphy or Lackawanna’s Kathleen Kane get the nomination when the Democrat State Committee meets Jan. 14 to decide? The State’s Democrats from west of the Susquehanna always seem to be united when it comes to decisions such as this, though none of them has announced as of now. Obviously a powerful draw, Dan McCaffery showed he had the ...

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Congressman Bob Brady today led a moment of silence on the House floor in honor of the Amtrak train derailment victims
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                             CONTACT: Karen Warrington                 (215)389-4627                 karen.warrington@mail.house.gov PHILADELPHIA --- Congressman Bob Brady (D., PA) today led a moment of silence on the House floor in honor of the Amtrak train derailment victims. Before observing the moment of silence Congressman Brady, joined by House members including the Pennsylvania delegation, offered his condolences to the families of the eight people who died in the Amtrak crash and the nearly 200 who were injured. The Congressman also offered high praise for the city’s response to the tragic crash. Saying, “I could not have been more proud of the City of Philadelphia in its response to the accident.” Brady praised the city’s police and fire departments, the city administration as a whole and the hours and hours Mayor Nutter spent on the site. Brady also singled out the area hospitals and their staff p
Congressman Brady asks for White House support and extends condolences to all affected by tragic Amtrak derailment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                   CONTACT: Karen Warrington                  (215)389-4627                  karen.warrington@mail.house.gov PHILADELPHIA --- In the aftermath of the tragic derailment of an Amtrak train in Philadelphia, Congressman Bob Brady has personally called the White House and wrote to President Obama to urge fast and full Federal support for Philadelphia and for Amtrak. He has also called the Chairman of the House Transportation Committee and his friend, Congressman Mike Capuano, senior Democrat on the Rail Subcommittee of the Transportation Committee urging Committee members to travel to his district and investigate the causes and effects of the derailment Additionally, the Congressman has worked with Drexel University at Amtrak’s request to arrange a staging area/family assistance area. Congressman Brady also has offered his deepest condolences to those affected by the Amtrak train derailment, especially the deceased, mis
Brady Honors Amtrak Victims
Congressman Bob Brady was proud to lead the House in a moment of silence to honor the Amtrak 188 victims and Philadelphia's first responders and hospitals.
Brady, Lewis, Hoyer, Clyburn, and Conyers Reintroduce Voter Empowerment Act
                                                                                                                 WASHINGTON, DC – Today, lead sponsors  Rep. John Lewis (GA-5), House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5), Assistant Democratic Leader James Clyburn (SC-6), Rep. John Conyers (MI-13), Rep. Robert Brady (PA-1) and more than 170 Democrats reintroduced the Voter Empowerment Act in the House of Representatives.  Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York will introduce a companion version in the Senate.  The Voter Empowerment Act will help ensure equal access to the ballot for every eligible voter, will modernize our voter registration system to help more Americans participate, and takes steps to eliminate deceptive practices and voter fraud that deter voters from casting their ballots.  On March 21, 1965, thousands of protestors left Selma, Alabama and marched all the way to Montgomery to underscore the need for voting

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