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The latest from Adams County Democratic Committee

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Farnham runs for 13th District US Congressional Seat

Beth Farnham is running to unseat U.S. Rep. John Joyce this November.

She is a long-time resident of Conewago Township in Adams County,  She is an Adams County Democratic Committee member

Married for 17 years, Beth and her partner Rob are  parents of two children.  Beth keeps a close eye on what most affects our children like gun violence.  A member of Gettysburg for Gun Sense, Beth advocates several measures to prevent tragedy by firearms. Beth is well-versed in school choice and the importance of quality public instruction. Recently, Beth served as a school board member for the Conewago Valley School District, where her children currently attend.

Beth is a native of Maryland, having graduated from Annapolis Sr. High School, Anne Arundel Community College, and Towson University. With a degree in Biology, French, and Secondary Education

Pennsylvania's 13th Congressional District encompasses Adams, Franklin, Fulton, Bedford, Cambria, Blair, Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin and Perry Counties, the western edge of Cumberland County and the northwestern corner of Somerset County.

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Shroy runs to unseat Mastriano

Franklin County Democrat Cameron Shroy is running for PA Senate in the 33rd District representing Adams and Franklin Counties.

A lifelong resident of Franklin County, he is a career civics teacher, and is passionate about raising educational standards and making sure every Pennsylvanian child has a shot at a great life. 

The chair of the Franklin County Democratic Committee, he is dedicated to taking on the tough fights that we need to win in Harrisburg.  From raising the minimum wage to climate action to fully funding our local public schools, Cameron believes in progressive values and positive change.


Cameron has served as a local community and volunteer leader, including serving on the Greencastle Area Water Authority.  He has been a member of the Franklin County Democratic Committee since 2014, has represented the Democratic Party as a nominee for local office, and is ready to take on the tough challenges that lie ahead. 

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