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Senator Tom McGarrigle was elected to represent the 26th  District in November 2014. McGarrigle has been a resident of Delaware County for more than 30 years and is a successful small business owner and job-creator.  Located in Springfield Township, Tom’s automotive business supports jobs and sponsors a range of community activities and events. [...Read more]

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McGarrigle Announces Funding for Traffic Signal Upgrades in Ridley, Springfield, Upper Darby

May 17, 2016

State Senator Tom McGarrigle (R-26) announced today that Ridley, Springfield and Upper Darby townships will receive state grants to help pay for upgrading traffic signals to boost safety and traffic flow.[...Read more]

McGarrigle Urges Governor to Sign Bill Restoring Education Funds

April 19, 2016

Standing outside one of the area schools that had funding vetoed by Gov. Tom Wolf, state Senator Tom McGarrigle (R-26) on Monday called on the Governor to sign legislation restoring the funds.
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Senator McGarrigle, State Rep Jamie Santora in coordination with Congressman Patrick Meehan hosted successful Job Fair

April 6, 2016

Pennsylvania State Senator Thomas J. McGarrigle along with State Representative Jamie Santora in coordination with Congressman Pat Meehan hosted a Job Fair on March 31.[...Read more]

Senator McGarrigle Honor’s St. Francis of Assisi 5th/6th Grade CYO Football 2015 Class A Parade of Champions

February 23, 2016

State Senator Thomas J. McGarrigle recently honored the St. Francis of Assisi 5th/6th Grade CYO Football team with certificates of recognition from the Senate of Pennsylvania for winning the 2015 Class A 5th/6th Grade Parade of Champions.[...Read more]

McGarrigle Joins Push to Override Veto of Emergency Funding

October 28, 2015

State Senator Tom McGarrigle (R-26) joined the Senate effort today to override Governor Wolf’s veto of an emergency budget passed last month by the General Assembly.[...Read more]