We looked inside some of the tweets by @RepCartwright and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Many NEPA residents rely on public transit to meet their everyday needs & they need to know our transit systems are taking steps to make their travel as low-risk as possible. This federal funding will help LCTA continue to ensure the safety of riders & employees during #COVID19. https://t.co/Nul4K6c5Et
Friends of the Poor, Family to Family and the Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank have been doing truly incredible work to help those struggling to afford food during this crisis. I’m continually inspired by the selflessness in northeastern Pennsylvania. https://t.co/68Szwsi4Gi
An Old Forge school director thought a virtual meeting was over. Instead, the audio kept recording as she made anti-Semitic and other hateful remarks. https://t.co/NBVlK2j5j9
THREAD: I’m shocked and saddened about reports of a school leader in our area making anti-Semitic statements. An American citizen actually endorsing the Holocaust. 1/3 https://t.co/lEGhQyR6nQ
Once again, I’m calling on them to do their job. https://t.co/TwupAoiBXA
The #COVID19 relief packages Congress passed made sure that uninsured Americans can get covered for coronavirus testing and treatment if needed. Coverage is available through Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). How to apply in PA: https://t.co/GmeSCi9HC3 https://t.co/onOZx0Grwi
CENSUS UPDATE: More than 50% of #PA8 has now responded to the #2020Census. We’ve made progress since last week, but we still have a way to go. Make sure we receive our fair share of federal funding for hospitals, schools and roads in NEPA. Visit https://t.co/Ye36uGWNo4 for more. https://t.co/qud04SKlTq
I don’t support every single line in this bill, but I will vote in favor and I believe both parties need to work together, negotiate, and pass the #HeroesAct to keep our police, firefighters and EMS workers on the job...