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Pennsylvania State Building and Construction Trades Council Judicial Endorsements.

9/12/2017

Pennsylvania State Building and Construction Trades Council Judicial Endorsements. Text of June 28 press release. HARRISBURG - On Thursday June 29, 2017, Frank A. Sirianni, President of the Pennsylvania State Building and Construction Trades Council, made the following announcement: We are proud to announce that on behalf of our 136,000 construction workers across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the following Judicial Candidates were Unanimously Endorsed by our Political Action Committee (PLAN) in conjunction with our recent legislative Conference held in Harrisburg PA on June 26th and June 27th. PA Supreme Court: Justice Sallie Mundy (Previously Endorsed for Retention: Chief Justice Thomas G. Saylor, and Justice Debra Todd) PA Superior Court: Judge Emil A. Giordano Judge Wade A. Kagarise Judge Deborah A. Kunselman Judge Maria Mclaughlin Judge Jacqueline O. Shogan for Retention PA Commonwealth Court: Judge Ellen Ceisler Judge Christine Fizzano Cannon Contact: F. Sirianni 717-233-5726


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