Catching Christina

100 Women Endorse Christina Hartman for United States Congress

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Women for Christina is a coalition of 100 women in Berks, Chester, and Lancaster Counties committed to electing Christina Hartman to the United States Congress from Pennsylvania’s 16th Congressional District. Founding members are listed below: Kate Gallagher – CEO & Founder of coLAB, Inc. Joanne Davis Seedorf – Co-founder, Modern Art Tracy Lin Horst – […]

Christina’s New Ad

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A strong voice at the table means a strong community. Check out Christina’s new ad below:    

International Democracy Day

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September 15th marks International Democracy Day, a day we hold dear here at Team Hartman HQ. Christina has built a career negotiating and advocating for human rights around the globe and now more than ever, we need to ensure that all of our voices are being heard. Democracy only works when citizens get involved. Check out […]

Congress is back in session, will Republicans do their job?

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  Congress is back in session. Democrats are ready for work, but Republicans plan to continue to do nothing. For far too long, House Republicans have stalled America’s progress. We can’t afford to send career politicians like Lloyd Smucker to Washington to do the same. Remember, the Republican-controlled Congress left in July for a “7-week vacation […]

Labor Day, 2016

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Today, Labor Day turns 134 years young. Bringing people together to celebrate their work and to show their strength in numbers– that’s why the very first Labor Day was started. Each year on this weekend, we honor the social and economic achievements of American workers and the contributions they have made to making our country […]

Happy to Be Here!

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#TeamHartman is growing! My name is Will Kampfman, and I’ve just joined #TeamHartman to serve as Christina’s field director. I’m so happy to be here!   I joined this campaign because we have a real opportunity, right here in PA16, to end the status quo and send someone to Washington who has new ideas and […]

Iran: Land of Intrigue

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In June 2004, I had the unique opportunity to visit ancient Persia—what is now known as Iran. While I was on vacation and technically not working (I’ve spent my career advocating for freedom and democracy at home and abroad), I was still eager to see how the politics of that country worked.   Iran was […]

Where in the World is Christina Hartman?

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About ten years ago, I used to keep a blog about my travels around the world. I was lucky enough to work on a youth leadership program in sub-Saharan Africa. We supported those young people to be strong voices in their community and government. My friends and co-workers used to tease me that that blog […]