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Senator Hughes An informational update for you!

This publication is your opportunity to receive regular updates on the work and the issues that I have been involved with, both in Harrisburg and throughout our community.

Please visit my website, where you will find a comprehensive overview of our work, various phone numbers and contact information to assist you in solving problems, opportunities to volunteer and assist us in our programs and opportunities to give your feedback.

Senator Hughes Talks Issues on Washington Watch with Roland Martin

On Sunday, April 22, 2012, I was pleased to join MSNBC political analyst Karen Finney; Michael Fletcher, national economics correspondent for “The Washington Post”; and Deborah Simmons, senior correspondent for “The Washington Times” on Washington Watch with Roland Martin.

As part of the roundtable discussion Senator Hughes focussed his comments on the budget and economic reality facing working people and struggling communities across PA.

Watch clips from my appearance below.

Washington Watch Roundtable: 2012 Presidential Race, New Poll Numbers, Battle Over Women’s Vote Washington Watch Roundtable: Income Inequality, Can Voters Trust Mitt Romney, Who Has American’s Best Interest At Heart?
Washington Watch Roundtable: 2012 Presidential Race, New Poll Numbers, Battle Over Women’s Vote
Washington Watch Roundtable: Income Inequality, Can Voters Trust Mitt Romney, Who Has American’s Best Interest At Heart?

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Offices of State Senator Vincent Hughes

www.senatorhughes.com

 

DISTRICT OFFICE
4950 Parkside Avenue | Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Phone: 215.879.7777
Fax: 215.879.7778

HARRISBURG OFFICE
Senate Box 203007
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3007
Phone: 717.787.7112
Fax: 717.772.0579
 

 

Washington Watch Roundtable: 2012 Presidential Race, New Poll Numbers, Battle Over Women’s Vote (VIDEO) Washington Watch Roundtable: Income Inequality, Can Voters Trust Mitt Romney, Who Has American’s Best Interest At Heart?