Election Preview: 133rd State House Race

Democrat Dan McNeill and Republican Dave Molony will square off in the Nov. 6 election for the 133rd state House seat.

There are no incumbents in the 133rd state House race.

Former Whitehall Township Commissioner Dan McNeill, a Democrat, will square off against Catasauqua acupuncturist Dave Molony, a Republican, for the two-year seat.

McNeill replaces state Rep. Joe Brennan as the Democratic nominee. Brennan, a three-term legislator from Fountain Hill, withdrew from the race after being charged with assaulting his wife and driving drunk this summer.


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Dan McNeill

Dave Molony


133rd House Candidates McNeill and Molony Debate at PBS Channel 39

McNeill and Molony Debate in 133rd District House Race to Air on WFMZ

Dan McNeill picked to replace Brennan

State Rep. Joe Brennan won't seek re-election


David Molony November 08, 2012 at 01:59 PM
It is interesting that McNeill was called a Whitehall Commissioner and Molony wasn't called a Civil Service Commissioner. If you followed suit, McNeill would hae been called a Union Representative, which he did most of his life. Not saying you are biased, but asking that you do your job better.


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