Friedenberg Announces Bradford County Office Opening


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Marc Friedenberg, candidate for Congress in the 12th Congressional district, announced the opening of his new campaign office in Towanda today. Marc will be joined by volunteers and community members to discuss his agenda for the community.

I am thrilled we are able to announce this opening,” said Claire Gray, campaign manager for Friedenberg for Congress. “This office will allow us to have more in-depth and quality conversations with the voters of Bradford County. We will be bring Marc’s winning agenda of creating jobs, making health care affordable, and protecting Social Security to that many more people.”

The weekend schedule includes Marc Friedenberg attending the Endless Mountains Maple Festival, a multi-day food and entertainment festival.

In addition to the candidate’s activities, at locations across the district supporters will gather and speak to their neighbors about why they support sending Marc to Congress.

Marc Friedenberg schedule of events:

Endless Mountains Maple Festival; Sunday, April 28 at 10 am; Alparon Community Park, Junction Route 6 & Junction Route 14, Troy

Campaign Office Opening; Sunday, April 28 at Noon; 323 Main St., Towanda

Sullivan County Dems Spring Buffet; Sunday, April 28 from 2 to 4 pm; Eagles Mere Country Club, 1 Country Club Rd, Eagles Mere

Volunteer Canvass Events:

Sayre Dunkin Donuts, 101 S. Keystone Ave., Sayre; Sat, April 27, from 10 am to 4 pm

Wyoming County Canvass, 15 Slocum Ave., Tunkhannock; Sat, April 27, from 11 am to 5 pm

Susquehanna County Canvass, Main St. Cafe, 1252 E. Main St., Susquehanna; Sun, April 28, from 10 am to 4 pm

Volunteer Phonebank Event:

Wyoming County Canvass, 15 Slocum Ave., Tunkhannock; Monday, April 29, from 5 pm to 8 pm

The Special Election for the 12th Congressional District will take place May 21, 2019. You may find Marc’s platform and upcoming events at


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