Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, right, speaks to visitors during a break from testimony from David Marcus, CEO of Facebook's Calibra digital wallet service, before a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Facebook's proposed cryptocurrency on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, July 17, 2019. Green has introduced a resolution in the House to impeach President Donald Trump.
Previously, he was an investigative and political reporter at the York Daily Record/Sunday News, where his work revealed holes in Pennsylvania’s system for protecting victims of domestic violence.
He grew up in Delaware County, graduated from La Salle University in Philadelphia and has lived in Pennsylvania most of his life.
The U.S. House voted 332-95 late Wednesday afternoon against a proposal to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, with a majority of Democrats joining all Republicans in the vote.
All five voted in favor of moving forward with impeachment on Wednesday. All five represent Democratic-friendly districts. Dean, for instance, won in 2018 by 27 percentage points. Scanlon, Boyle and Evans won by bigger margins, and Doyle didn’t face a challenger.
Pennsylvania’s other four Democratic House members helped shut down the impeachment movement. They are Susan Wild of the Lehigh Valley, Matt Cartwright of northeastern Pennsylvania, Conor Lamb of southwestern Pennsylvania, and Chrissy Houlahan of Chester County.
Tonight, we took a number of important votes regarding impeachment and enforcing our Congressional subpoena power. I wanted to share with you, our #PA06 community, my thoughts on these votes: pic.twitter.com/u3bXJdfXRX