April 18, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta meets with members of the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers to discuss policies and issues impacting patients and staff. Pictured is Richard Rinehart, Chief Executive Officer, and Sarah DeCarlo, Psychiatry and Counseling Department Practice Manager and Grassroots Advocacy Coordinator, of Cornerstone Care which is located in Waynesburg.
April 16, 2018 - Senator Bartolotta poses for a photograph in the Senate chamber with members of Tierne Ewing’s family including Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kopko, parents; Tascha Kopko and Toyia Taylor, sisters; and MacKenzi Kopko, nephew; as well as Washington County Assistant District Attorney Dennis Paluso, who traveled to Harrisburg for the signing of Bartolotta’s legislation.
April 16, 2018 - During a bill signing ceremony in the Governor’s reception room, Senator Bartolotta speaks about her legislation known as Tierne’s Law which she introduced on behalf of Tierne Ewing, a Washington County resident who was kidnapped and later murdered by her estranged husband in August 2016. Bartolotta’s new law clarifies the use of risk assessment tools by district judges when setting bail in domestic violence cases.
April 16, 2018 - Governor Wolf signs Senate Bill 449, also known as Tierne’s Law, legislation sponsored by Senator Bartolotta that gives district judges the tools they need to better protect victims of domestic violence.
April 12, 2018: Senator Bartolotta meets with members of The Arc of Washington County including Darrilyn McCrerey, Director, to discuss transportation needs and job training opportunities.
April 10, 2018: Senator Bartolotta talked with students in a current events course at Charleroi High School about legislative efforts, jobs and opportunities impacting high school juniors and seniors.
April 10, 2018: At the conclusion of her visit at Charleroi High School, Senator Bartolotta poses for a photograph with Dr. Ed Zelich, Charleroi Area Superintendent; Lena Hannah, Pennsylvania School Board Association’s Advocacy Ambassador; and students.
April 9, 2018: Senator Bartolotta visits and tours the Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children as part of the Mystery Storytellers week.
April 9, 2018: During her visit to the Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children (WPSBC), Senator Bartolotta spends time with Harry Kilvanick, President of the Trustees, and WPSBC leadership Jillian Pritts and Rachelle Rectenwald.
April 7, 2018 – During the Washington County Farm Bureau’s annual event, Senator Bartolotta poses for a picture with members from the H.G. Parkinson FFA Chapter, Fort Cherry School District.
April 6, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta spends time with a group of local nurses to discuss various legislative efforts on issues pertinent to the nursing community.
April 3, 2018 – During her visit to Burgettstown Area High School, Senator Bartolotta toured several classrooms, including this class where she observes students preparing a project that will be submitted to the regional “Inventionland Contest” sponsored by Inventionland in Allegheny County.
April 3, 2018 – While visiting South Central Elementary School, Senator Bartolotta takes a photo with Canon McMillan School District Superintendent Michael Daniels; Michelle Tomicek, principal of South Central Elementary; school board members, Manuel Pihakas and Darla Monaco-Bowman; Grace Lani, Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Canon McMillan School District; and 4th grade students.
April 3, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta observes a kindergarten computer class at South Central Elementary School where students are learning skills through an immersive "Code to the Future" program. Also pictured is Michelle Tomicek, principal of South Central Elementary School.
April 3, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta talks with students in Mr. Druga’s 12th Grade Contemporary Issues class at Burgettstown Area High School about her life as a state senator and what inspired her to get involved in public service.
March 20, 2018 - Senator Bartolotta introduces on the Senate floor FFA members from the Fort Cherry and McGuffey School Districts who visited Harrisburg as part of the Pennsylvania FFA State Legislative Leadership Conference.
March 20, 2018 - At a press conference with her Senate colleagues, Senator Bartolotta advocates for the final passage of "Tierne's Law", a measure that she has sponsored which would allow Magisterial District Judges to use a risk assessment tool when determining bail in domestic violence cases.
March 20, 2018 - During a Senate Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee meeting, Senator Bartolotta shares details on two bills which she has sponsored that would benefit Pennsylvania veterans.
March 20, 2018 - Members of FFA programs from the Fort Cherry and McGuffey School Districts spend time with Senator Bartolotta in the chamber of the Senate.
March 20, 2018 - Senator Bartolotta joins some of her colleagues for a news conference to appeal for final consideration of a package of bills strengthening protections for victims of domestic violence.
Senator Bartolotta visits Crown Castle Communications, which is a communications infrastructure company that employs over 1,100 people in Pennsylvania and 5,000 across the country, in order to learn more about their business and discuss Crown Castle’s efforts to build positive relationships in the communities where they operate. Also pictured Crown Castle employees: Renee Morales, Brian Cabe, and Karmen Rajamani.
February 1, 2018 – Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale hosts an open discussion with the employees of Children and Youth Services, Senator Bartolotta and Washington County Commissioners Harlan Shober, Diana Irey Vaughan and Larry Maggi.
January 30, 2018 – During an event held at the State Capitol Building, Senator Bartolotta shows her support for "Marsys Law,” legislation sponsored by Sen. Guy Reschenthaler and Rep. Delozier that would create a crime victims’ bill of rights in Pennsylvania’s constitution.
January 25, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta meets with John Seker and Jillian Griffith of American Power Ventures, LLC in Greene County, along with Mike Kriner of Next Generation Partners to discuss energy opportunities for the 46th Senatorial District and surrounding region.
January 20, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta presents a Senate citation to Chief David Bane, congratulating the North Franklin Volunteer Fire Company for 65 years of dedication and service to the community.
January 9, 2018 – Brittney Ross from Amity is pictured with a congratulatory certificate from Senator Bartolotta for being chosen as one of the 28 scholarship award recipients from the Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation. Also pictured: Jimmy and Darlene Ross (Brittney’s parents).
January 16, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta participates in the White House "Empowering Women Symposium" as a panelist to discuss a variety of issues including the economy, education and health care reform. Also participating is Pennsylvania State Sen. Lisa Baker.
January 11, 2018 – Dan Losco, General Manager of Creswell Heights Joint Authority, provides a tour and briefing to Senator Bartolotta on the organization’s upcoming projects.
January 11, 2018 – Senator Bartolotta joins Governor Wolf to announce a $3 million grant for the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) Career Centers in Ruff Creek (Greene County) which will help displaced workers explore new career options in high-demand fields. Also present is Clemmy Allen, Executive Director of UMWA, and members of the UMWA Career Centers, Inc. team.
January 9, 2018 – During the Pennsylvania Farm Show, James Hackinson from Hickory is awarded a scholarship from the Farm Show Foundation and is recognized with a congratulatory certificate prepared by Senator Bartolotta. Also pictured is Art and Shelia Hackinson (James’ parents), Amanda Hackinson (sister) and Diane Bissett (grandparent).
January 5, 2018 - During a taping for her monthly cable television program “Focus on the 46th” at World Kitchen’s glass processing plant in Charleroi, Senator Bartolotta talks with Plant Director John Lackovic and a 40-year employee (“Marty”) about the company’s history and operations.
January 4, 2018 - Elected officials and community leaders recently visited the World Kitchen/Pyrex glass production facility in Charleroi to meet with World Kitchen staff and tour the production plant. Pictured with Sen. Bartolotta: Lance Chimka, Regional Director of Governor’s Action Team – Department of Community and Economic Development; John Lackovic, Plant Director - World Kitchen/Pyrex; James Protin, President – Mon Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce; Larry Maggi, Washington County Commissioner; Jeff Kotula, President – Washington County Chamber of Commerce; and John Hartman, World Kitchen VP.