Dowling to Host Series of Morning Meetings Starting Feb. 27

Feb. 12, 2020 /

UNIONTOWN – Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette/Somerset) is hosting a series of morning meetings all across the 51st District to provide residents the opportunity to ask their state-related questions and share any concerns they have.

$20 Million Available to Prep Students for STEM Careers, Dowling Says

Dec. 06, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette/Somerset) announced that up to $20 million in grants are available to prepare students of all ages for the fast-growing fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and computer science (CS) through the PAsmart initiative.

Dowling to Host Legislative Open House on Dec. 4

Nov. 27, 2019 /

SALISBURY – To give residents a chance to learn more about the services available from his office and ask state-related questions, Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette/Somerset) will hold an open house on Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 4-7 p.m. at the Fayette Chamber of Commerce, Suite 200, 65 W. Main St., Uniontown.

Dowling to Host Legislative Open House on Dec. 3

Nov. 27, 2019 /

SALISBURY – To give residents a chance to learn more about the services available from his office and ask state-related questions, Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette/Somerset) will hold an open house on Tuesday, Dec. 3, from 4-7 p.m. at the Meyersdale Community Center, 215 Main St., Meyersdale.

Funding Available to Aid Economic Development Projects, Dowling Says

Nov. 07, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Matthew Dowling (R-Fayette/Somerset) recently announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is accepting applications for funding for environmental cleanup projects focused on economic development or community revitalization projects at abandoned mine land locations across the Commonwealth.

Reps. Dowling and Simmons to Unveil Legislation to Provide Transparency for Voters

Oct. 28, 2019 /

WHAT: State legislators will detail and answer questions about a bill that would eliminate the ability for all candidates for public office to cross-file their nomination petitions. Currently, the Pennsylvania Election Code of 1937 allows candidates seeking to run for school board, county court of Common Pleas and district judges to file nomination petitions for multiple political parties that have become hyper partisan.