Category Archives: Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta

Pittsburgh Tribuine-Review: Elect Lou Barletta

11th Congressional District: Republican Lou Barletta vs. Democrat incumbent Paul Kanjorski

Mr. Barletta is the courageous mayor of Hazleton, where he was one of the first mayors in the nation to take a stand in the critical battle against the invasion of illegal aliens. He faces one of the true dinosaurs of the House in Mr. Kanjorski, seeking his 13th term. They also met in 2002; Kanjorski handily dispatched Barletta.

But the smell of scandal has enveloped Kanjorski as more and more information about his earmarks to troubled Cornerstone Technologies, run by relatives, comes to light. It’s time for the dinosaur to go to the museum. Elect Lou Barletta.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Editorial, Thursday, October 30, 2008

 

“No endorsement means more to me than the endorsement of the Pennsylvania State Police,” Barletta said.

Pa. troopers endorse Barletta

By HOWARD FRANK

Pocono Record Writer

October 24, 2008

In the waning days of the campaign for Pennsylvania’s 11th congressional district, Republican Lou Barletta not only leads in the polls, but also secured a symbolic endorsement Thursday from the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association. Continue reading

“We continue to have a severe immigration problem here and again there were just two more arrested over the weekend,” said Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta.

Appeals Court to Hear Hazleton Immigration Relief Act

Sep 8, 2008 05:20 PM EDT   

By Bob Reynolds / WNEP.COM 

The city of Hazleton will once again be the focal point of a national debate over a crack-down on illegal immigration.  Continue reading