June 15, 2021: Senator Bartolotta addresses members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on legislation she has sponsored to improve communication with crime victims and ensure they receive any compensation they are owed.
June 8, 2021: During a visit to the State Capitol Building, Senator Bartolotta welcomes Miss Rain Day 2020 – Alison Blair – and her family to the Senate.
May 31, 2021: Senator Bartolotta speaks to a crowd outside of Canonsburg Middle School before the start of the annual Canonsburg Memorial Day parade.
May 19, 2021: At a pro jobs rally in the beautiful West End Overlook Park in Pittsburgh, Senator Bartolotta poses with representatives from both sides of the aisle to stand against the Governor Wolf's carbon tax plan, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).
May 17, 2021: Senator Bartolotta poses with Pam Witmer of UGI Energy Services to present a check to Jim McCune, Chairman of the Washington County Community Foundation to help provide scholarship money for local students. This picture was taken inside the historic Samuel Brownlee House.
May 12, 2021 – The Senate comes together to share support for breast cancer awareness by wearing pink and advancing legislation that would allow individuals renewing vehicle registrations or a driver’s license to include an optional $5 donation to the PA Breast Cancer Coalition. Members also share support for Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward who announced her breast cancer diagnosis.
May 12, 2021 – Senator Bartolotta participates in an event for the introduction of Senate Bill 624 (The Right to Bear Arms Act), legislation that would protect the rights of law-abiding Pennsylvania gun owners against encroachments from the federal government. Also pictured: Senators Dush, Mastriano, Argall and Hutchinson.
May 11, 2021: Senator Bartolotta, along with other members of the Pennsylvania Legislative Hunger Caucus and hunger awareness advocates held a ceremony to mark the 11th season of the Capitol Hunger Garden. The garden which is an approximately 1,000 square foot plot of land adjacent to the State Capitol Building is overseen by the Hunger Caucus and tended to by the Penn State Master Gardeners. It's a great way to provide healthy food to those in need and serve as a valuable tool to raise awareness of hunger issues in Pennsylvania.
May 6, 2021 – Senator Bartolotta poses with her shovel at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum’s ceremonial groundbreaking event for the construction of the museum's expansion of an Education Center.
May 5, 2021 – Senator Bartolotta poses with the City of Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker after presenting a Pennsylvania Senate citation of recognition for being named a 2021 recipient of the Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence. Congratulations to Mayor Walker, Councilman Donald Walker, and the City of Aliquippa.
May 1, 2021 – The Flenniken Public Library in Carmichaels has been providing the community with a source of information and knowledge for 60 years. Senator Bartolotta stopped by the 60th anniversary open house to deliver an official citation of congratulations from the Pennsylvania Senate.
April 29, 2021 – Senator Bartolotta poses after receiving The Gibbons Award for Dimensions in Community Service during this year's Hearts of Gold awards event. As a strong supporter of Monongahela Valley Hospital, Inc.'s programs and initiatives and being committed to helping provide access to high-quality care in the Mon Valley, Senator Bartolotta was honored at this year’s event.
April 23, 2021 – Senator Bartolotta speaks to a small crowd during a ribbon cutting ceremony in Greene County. It was a day to celebrate the Greene County Commissioner’s commitment to working with Windstream at Home to connect high speed broadband internet service to Greene County rural areas.
April 19, 2021 - Senator Bartolotta who is a member of the Pennsylvania State Senate Republican leadership team is pictured with other leadership members including Senators Jake Corman, Kim Ward, Pat Browne, John Gordner, Mario Scavello, Dave Argall, Bob Mensch, Elder Vogel and Ryan Aument.
April 8, 2021 - During the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing with the Department of Labor and Industry, Senator Bartolotta noted that while the pandemic created a challenge, the failures of the Wolf Administration and shutdowns of employers, harsher than most states, created a crisis for families. She also asked Acting Secretary Jennifer Berrier what her department is doing to connect jobseekers with the many good-paying jobs that are going unfilled. Just as importantly, she highlighted the urgent need to improve the Unemployment Compensation call centers.
March 15, 2021 - Senators Bartolotta, Aument, Phillips-Hill and J. Ward hold an event at Lititz Springs Inn & Spa and The Bulls Head Public House in Lititz to announce the Prioritize PA: Small Businesses initiative. The package of bills includes immediate financial and tax relief for smaller employers and regulatory reforms to reduce burdens on small businesses. They are joined by local business owners.
March 15, 2021 - Senator Bartolotta speaks at press conference regarding the announcement of a package of bills, including legislation she has sponsored, designed to support small businesses that have been affected by the Governor’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 4, 2021 - Senator Bartolotta poses for a photograph with members of the Legislative Committee of the Washington/Greene County Farm Bureau, following a meeting and discussion about various agriculture-related issues including agritourism, storm water management and rural broadband.
February 28, 2021 - Senator Bartolotta takes a break from delivering “sweets” with Sally Mounts of the Washington City Mission during the Sweet Sunday event.
February 23, 2021 - Senator Bartolotta speaks to members during a meeting of the Senate Labor and Industry Committee which approved a number of bills to promote workforce development and fight back against Pennsylvania’s opioid epidemic.
February 1, 2021 - Senator Bartolotta celebrates the 100th birthday of Andy Uram, a constituent and dear friend, and presents an official Senate citation to him on the occasion.