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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Jim Gerlach
A physician says he's running for the U.S. House seat being vacated by Republican Jim Gerlach in southeastern Pennsylvania.
At least two Democrats are eyeing the U.S. House seat that's being vacated by veteran Republican Jim Gerlach.
A Chester County official is declaring his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 6th Congressional District seat held by Rep. Jim Gerlach in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Barely a week since Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Gerlach announced he plans to retire, one would-be GOP successor for the southeastern Pennsylvania seat said Tuesday he has decided not to run while another said he will make his intentions public soon.
More than six months since the deadly attacks on a U.S. diplomatic post and a nearby CIA facility in Benghazi, Libya, several Republican lawmakers say they still are looking for answers and are frustrated that the White House is blocking their access to an unknown number of American survivors.
Gerlach announced last month that he'll step down in January at the end of his sixth term in a district that takes in parts of four counties, including Chester, Berks, Montgomery and Lebanon.
Gerlach, a Republican, said last week he won't seek re-election and plans to retire at the end of his sixth term next January.