Senator Blake

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My office takes great pride in assisting constituents. We will do our best to help anyone who calls, writes, emails or visits my District and Harrisburg offices. If you still have not found what you are looking for, please contact me.

Constituent Services

My office takes great pride in assisting constituents. We will do our best to help anyone who calls, writes, emails or visit my District and Harrisburg offices.

If you have a question on any state government issue, I’ll try to answer it for you. And, if I don’t have an answer, I’ll work to get you one. If you have a problem or concern with any state government agency, please tell me about it. And, of course, your input is always welcome and appreciated on any legislative issue as I work to represent the interests of the people of the 22nd District. So, please feel free to call, email, write or stop in. I look forward to hearing from you. View our office locations.

How My Office Can Help

Following is a list of just some of the services that my office can provide to you, but the list certainly isn’t exhaustive. If appropriate, links are provided to take you to the information that you are seeking, but please do not hesitate to contact my office for assistance or help with these and other requests:


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May 1, 2015: It was a pleasure to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Lackawanna Bar Association on Courthouse Square in Scranton as part of the annual ‪Law Day‬ ceremony. April 27, 2015: I want to extend a sincere thank you to all of the panelists who participated in our first Inclusion Initiative Summit at Marywood University: Betty Cruz from the City of Pittsburgh - Office of the Mayor, Juan Mendez from PA Careerlink Lackawanna, Dr. Ibrahim Almeky from the Medical Center of Northeastern Pennsylvania, and Dr. Stephanie Bressler from United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania. April 27, 2015: Our first Inclusion Initiative Summit today at Marywood University was a great success. We were able to showcase the positive impacts diversity can have in our regional economy. We can begin to make strides toward becoming a more welcoming community that embraces diverse cultures from across the globe. Working together with government officials, educators, the philanthropic community, nonprofit leaders and local entrepreneurs, we can leverage the growing cultural and ethnic diversity of our region to create jobs and foster economic growth. April 26, 2015: Glad to join Scranton Mayor Bill Courtwright to cut the ribbon at the start of the 12th annual Tour de Scranton bike ride!

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