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State Rep. Diamond represents the 102nd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving part of Lebanon County.

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The 102nd Legislative District consists of portions of LEBANON County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Annville, Bethel, Heidelberg, Jackson, Millcreek, North Lebanon, South Lebanon, Swatara, Union and West Lebanon and the BOROUGHS of Cleona, Jonestown, Myerstown and Richland.

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Bringing Constitutional Amendment for Medical Freedom to a Vote

Apr. 25, 2022 /

WHAT: Press conference on support for ushering House Bill 2013 through the House and Senate. House Bill 2013 would establish medical freedom as a fundamental individual right in Pennsylvania and prohibit discrimination based on the exercise of that right.

Department of State Testifies Using Unprotected Drop Boxes Still OK for 2022 Election, Diamond Says

Apr. 11, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Russ Diamond (R-Lebanon) on Wednesday, during a hearing on election readiness, expressed concern to Department of State officials about reports and video of people depositing armloads of what appear to be voting ballots into unmonitored ballot drop-boxes during the 2021 election, but state officials say there are no plans to require monitoring of drop boxes going forward.

Department of State Admits Getting and Using Voters’ Digital and Personal Information from Other Government Agencies, Diamond Says

Apr. 08, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – During Wednesday’s House State Government Committee hearing on election readiness, Jonathan Marks, deputy secretary of elections and commissions, Pennsylvania Department of State, told Rep. Russ Diamond (R-Lebanon) that the Wolf administration is gleaning cell phone numbers and email address from other departments of state government for the purpose of urging them to register for a mail-in ballot and other election activities.

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