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Seven Mountains AFL-CIO Congratulates Endorsed Candidates

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Seven Mountains AFL-CIO congratulates endorsed candidates on election wins

Seven Mountains Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, congratulates its local endorsed candidates that won their races in today’s primary, the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO’s endorsed statewide judicial candidates, and Labor Council Executive Vice President and Mount Nittany nurse Denelle Korin, who won in the Democratic primary for Bellefonte Area School Director. All endorsed candidates won their primaries.

“The election results are a clear message from working families,” said Connor Lewis, Labor Council President. “Union members and members of our community want candidates and public servants that will fight for safe, good jobs and strong communities.”

The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO’s endorsed statewide candidates for Supreme Court and Superior Court, Daniel McCaffery, Timika Lane, and Jill Beck, all won their primaries. As of 10:30 PM, the Commonwealth Court remains too close to call.

With a crucial County Commission race in November, the local AFL-CIO and its affiliates will work in coalition to defend the pro-worker majority on the County Commission, and ensure that the voices of working families are heard in the general election.

Endorsed Winners

County Commission
Amber Concepcion
Mark Higgins

County Treasurer
Colleen Kennedy

County Controller
Jason Moser

County Recorder of Deeds
Robert Zeigler

County Prothonotary
Jeremy Breon

State College Area School District
Amy Bader
Gretchen Brandt
Anne Demo
Dan Kolbe
Aaron Miller

State College Borough
Evan Myers
Josh Portney
Matt Herndon

Bellefonte Area School District
Denelle Korin

Bellefonte Borough
Joanne Tosti-Vasey


Seven Mountains Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, is one of thirty Central Labor Councils in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It serves as the local voice of the AFL-CIO and 16,000 members of union households in Centre, Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Juniata counties.