Lehigh Valley Republicans were among those protesting in Washington on Wednesday, among them, Northampton GOP Chair, Lee Snover.
Pennsylvania’s two U.S. Senators may come from different sides of the aisle, but the Jan. 6 events in Washington united the lawmakers in their defense of the state and the American democratic process.
The U.S. Capitol locked down Wednesday with lawmakers inside as violent clashes broke out between supporters of President Donald Trump and police.
Multiple federal agencies and states, including Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey announced they would send law enforcement and National Guard personnel to Washington, D.C. after pro-Trump insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol.
WLVR’s Ben Stemrich spoke with Lehigh Valley Congresswoman Susan Wild, a Democrat, who says she expects certifying the presidential. election results to be anything but conventional this year.