New Politics, a national organization that recruits and supports national service alumni and military veterans, is getting involved in Pennsylvania’s Congressional races, rolling out two endorsements in the last two weeks.
Last week, New Politics endorsed Chrissy Houlahan, who is running to challenge Congressman Ryan Costello next year.
“Chrissy Houlahan brings an impressive lifetime of leadership to her campaign for Congress – from the US Air Force to the highest levels of the private sector,” Executive Director and Founder of New Politics Emily Cherniack said in a release announcing the endorsement.
Houlahan was an Air Force officer before entering the private sector.
Today, New Politics announced its endorsement of Paul Perry, who is running to challenge Congressman Pat Meehan next year.
“Paul Perry has dedicated his life to service and building a stronger future for all of our country’s children,” Cherniack said.
Perry was raised by two military veterans, and worked as a teacher.
Founded in 2013, New Politics endorses and trains candidates of either political party in local, state, and federal elections.