Daley Supports PaSSHE Students

(Feb 22, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley supported students from Pennsylvania's fourteen State System of Higher Education schools who rallied at the Capitol on their annual Advocacy Day. Read more


Daley discusses H.R. 440 with American Promise

(Feb 13, 2018)

Recently, I spoke with American Promise about the powerful influence of money in politics and H.R. 440, a resolution that would urge Congress to propose a Constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United. You can listen to the discussion below. Read more


Daley: No More Torture on Young Women

(Jan 22, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley was incredibly moved by the story of a young woman from Sierra Leone who was forced to go through female genital mutilation as an 11-year old girl. Daley is fighting for legislation that would outlaw the torturous practice in Pennsylvania. Read more


Daley to host Brownfields Town Hall Meeting

(Jan 16, 2018)

CONSHOHOCKEN , Jan. 16 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley will host a Brownfields Town Hall Meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18. The town hall will take place at Wissahickon High School, 521 Houston Road, Ambler. Representatives of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will join Daley to discuss the cleanup and redevelopment of brownfield sites and take questions from the audience. After the DEP presentation, attendees will have the chance to talk one-on-one with health officials, municipal officials, developers and representatives of the DEP and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “This is a great opportunity for area residents to learn more about how these sites can be safely cleaned up and redeveloped for good use,” said Daley, D-Montgomery. For more information, those interested can call Daley’s office at 610-832-1679. Read more


Daley announces grant for AIM Academy

(Dec 22, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec.22 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley announced Friday that AIM Academy has been awarded a $500,000 Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant. The grant will support the build-out of about 16,400 square feet of space at the Academy’s current location in Conshohocken to be dedicated to the design, construction, implementation of the AIM Careers for the Future High School and Collaborative. “AIM Academy is a wonderful resource in our community, and I’m pleased that the state has awarded funding to help with this exciting project,” said Daley, D-Montgomery. RACP is administered by the Office of the Budget for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational, and historical improvement projects. RACP projects are authorized in the Redevelopment Assistance section of a Capital Budget Itemization Act, have a regional or multi-jurisdictional impact, and generate substantial increases or maintain current levels of employment, tax revenues, or other measures of economic activity. RACP projects are state-funded projects that cannot obtain primary funding under other state programs. Read more


2018 Capitol Scenes calendar

(Dec 20, 2017)

Click here to download Rep. Daley's 2018 Capitol Scenes calendar. Read more


Daley joins House Democrats to unveil “Plan For PA”

(Dec 06, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 6 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley joined a group of House Democratic lawmakers today to unveil Plan For PA, a comprehensive plan that puts people first, supports good jobs, fights for quality schools and promotes a fairer tax structure. “The Plan for PA is all about creating jobs, ensuring our educational system is as top notch as it can be, and really having a focus on working families,” said Daley, D-Montgomery. The House Democratic Plan for PA focuses on four components: A People First Plan for PA that protects the safety, health, financial security, and dignity and opportunity that every Pennsylvanian deserves, not just those at the top. A Jobs Plan for PA that attracts good jobs that support families, moves the economy forward, expands opportunities for working people, and protects the financial security of the middle class. A Quality Schools Plan for PA that gives every child access to a safe school and a quality education, and allows adults to gain the skills and training they need to do the jobs businesses are looking to fill. A Fair Taxes Plan for PA that eases the tax burden on working people and homeowners and prevents corporations and the wealthy from exploiting the middle class. “The idea of creating jobs and having really world class education from kindergarten through college or technical school, prepares our young folks for jobs of the future,” Daley said. “I think this is really important Read more


State Rep. Mary Jo Daley discusses legislation that would impact women in state and county correctional facilities.

(Dec 01, 2017)

State Rep. Mary Jo Daley talks about legislation that would impact women in state and county correctional facilities. Read more


Daley on Importance of STEM Learning

(Nov 20, 2017)

In an effort to give students the best chance of getting a job after graduation, Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley strongly defended the need for STEM education during a House Policy Committee Hearing and explained why it’s crucial for students K-12 and beyond. Read more


November 2017 Constitutional Amendment Ballot Question FAQ

(Nov 06, 2017)

House Bill 1285 (HB 1285), introduced by Representative Maloney, is an amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution. HB 1285 was approved by both Chambers of the General Assembly during both the 15/16 Legislative Session and the 17/18 Legislative Session, and is now scheduled for public vote via referendum on November 7th, 2017. Read more


Daley Discusses Fair Funding for PA Schools

(Oct 31, 2017)

Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley joined the House Democratic Policy Committee in Stroudsburg to discuss education funding in Pennsylvania. Daley says equitable funding is a priority and she is hopeful that hearing input from different regions across the state will help lead to a solution that gives our schools the resources they need to provide the best education possible. Read more


Information on flood-damaged vehicles for sale

(Sep 20, 2017)

Dear Neighbor, I recently received the following information regarding flood-damaged vehicles from the recent hurricanes in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida that may be for sale and I hope you find it useful. Things to check for to determine if a vehicle is flood-damaged: • Water stains, mold, mud or sand under the carpets, seats, floor mats, inside roof cloth and under the dashboard. • Rusty metal inside the car. The inside of a car does not usually rust. • Musty odors in the trunk and in the passenger compartment (especially when running the A/C or heat). • Fog or moisture inside interior and exterior lights and excessive fogging of windows and condensation on windows. • Mud or grit in the spare tire compartment and under the hood. When checking under the hood, be sure to look under wires, boxes and in hidden areas. • Brittle wires under the dashboard, speakers and hood. • Oxidation under the hood. Oxidation on metal can look like white powder or it could even be small holes called pitting. A checklist of items that may indicate a vehicle is flood-damaged is available at www.insurance.pa.gov , by clicking on “Auto” under “Insurance Coverage Resources.” Flood-impacted vehicles that have been issued a certificate of salvage are required to undergo an enhanced vehicle safety inspection prior to being issued a title in Pennsylvania. Upon successful completion of the enhanced inspection, a Read more


New vaccination requirements for attendance in Pennsylvania schools

(Aug 10, 2017)

Summer is winding down quickly, which means school is just around the corner. I want to ensure that you have the information on required vaccinations with enough time to act before your child’s first day. Please review this information carefully as some of the requirements have changed for Pennsylvania schools, both private and public. Read more


Montco Dems pushing for return to Pa. budget talks

(Jul 18, 2017)

Some Pennsylvania lawmakers are getting increasingly upset about the state of the state. It has a budget, but no revenue plan to fund it.Without a funding plan to support the budget, Rep. Madeleine Dean, D-Montgomery, said she's worried rating agencies again will downgrade Pennsylvania, driving up the cost of borrowing money."Over the past six years, we've had five credit downgrades that cost us an awful lot of money in increased borrowing interest, more than $100 million," she said Monday.And borrowing is not the way to fund the spending plan, said fellow Democrat Rep. Mary Jo Daley, also of Montgomery County. Read more


Daley to host Senior Fair on June 16 in Plymouth Meeting

(Jun 07, 2017)

CONSHOHOCKEN, June 7 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley will host a Senior Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, June 16 at Colonial Elementary School, 230 Flourtown Road in Plymouth Meeting. Seniors and their families can learn more about tax and rent rebates, SEPTA KeyCards, health care programs and veteran services. There will be door prizes, food and bingo. Bingo starts at 11 a.m., and SEPTA will be there to help individuals sign up for a SEPTA ID card (valid ID is necessary to receive a card). The Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds also will attend, offering the opportunity for constituents to get their veteran ID cards and register their DD-214s (discharge papers and valid ID are required). "I hope to see as many seniors as possible for this unique event," Daley said. "It is always informative to hear from older Pennsylvanians, and it’s a pleasure to help connect them with state services that can improve their golden years." Read more


Daley announces mobile office services in Wissahickon Valley Public Library on second Mondays

(Jun 06, 2017)

CONSHOHOCKEN, June 6 – In an effort to better serve constituent needs, state Rep. Mary Jo Daley will hold monthly office hours at the Ambler branch of the Wissahickon Valley Public Library on the second Monday of each month. Beginning June 12, a member of her staff will be available from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. there. The library is located in Ambler Borough at 209 Race St. Daley said that anyone who seeks help with a state-related matter should visit during those hours and come prepared with any paperwork relevant to the matter at hand. Daley’s office can help with handicap placards, many PennDOT services, senior programs – including property tax/rent rebates and Medicare prescription coverage – as well as unemployment compensation claims, birth and death certificates and more. To plan ahead for a visit or for more information, those interested can contact her district office at 610-832-1679. Read more



(May 11, 2017)

Pennsylvania State Representative Mary Jo Daley talks about potential changes to the redistricting process. Read more


Nursing Mothers in the Workplace

(May 11, 2017)

I recently stopped by Comcast Newsmakers to speak about legislation regarding workplace accommodations for nursing mothers. Read more


Daley to host telephone town hall

(May 11, 2017)

CONSHOHOCKEN, May 11 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, invites residents of the 148th Legislative District to participate in a live Tele-Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 18. Residents of Daley’s district will receive an automated phone call at approximately 7 p.m. Thursday inviting them to join the meeting. To participate, people simply need to remain on the line once they receive the call. “I look forward to providing constituents the opportunity to have their voices heard and questions answered without having to leave the comfort of their homes,” Daley said. “I encourage anyone in the 148 th District with a question about any state or local issue to pick up the phone and participate on Thursday.” During the live event, Daley will discuss and take questions on a variety of state issues, and participants will be asked to weigh in on poll questions using their touch-tone phones. Anyone who doesn’t have a chance to speak during the phone meeting will be able to record a question at its conclusion. Questions will be forwarded to Daley’s office for a future response. Those interested also may email questions to Daley before the Tele-Town Hall meeting begins at townhall@pahouse.net . Constituents also can call Daley’s district office at 610-832-1679 to confirm or be added to the list to receive the call. Read more


Daley earns ‘Distinguished Advocacy Award’ from American Cancer Society

(Apr 25, 2017)

HARRISBURG, April 25 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, received the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s “Distinguished Advocacy Award” today for her work to prevent the repeal of the electronic cigarette tax last year. The award was presented during ACS CAN’s Day at the Capitol event. “It is a privilege to receive an advocacy award from such a distinguished organization,” Daley said. “ACS CAN is an important partner in the push for smart policies to treat and prevent cancer. I thank them for recognizing the importance of minimizing the use of electronic cigarettes by ensuring they are taxed the same as other tobacco products.” ACS CAN’s “Distinguished Advocacy Award” is presented to select officials who have demonstrated leadership and commitment in the area of cancer-related public policy advocacy. “It was an honor to award Representative Mary Jo Daley the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s Distinguished Advocacy Award,” said Diane Phillips, director of government relations for ACS CAN in Pennsylvania. “Representative Daley was awarded for her work last year to prevent the rollback of the recently implemented electronic cigarette tax.” Because of Daley’s leadership, ACS CAN said the effort to roll back the tax did not make it through the House before the end of last session and it remains difficult for this issue to gain Read more