A special election to fill the 48th state senatorial district seat left vacant by the recent death of Sen. Dave Arnold will be held on May 18.
101st Representative Frank Ryan: “Senator Dave Arnold represented not only his constituents, but he represented all that was good and decent in a friend.”
The death of Republican State Senator David J. Arnold, Jr. on Jan. 17, 2021 has left the 48th District senatorial seat vacant for the second time in less than 16 months, and it appears that the same procedure that sent Arnold to Harrisburg will be used to choose his successor.
State Senator Dave Arnold died Sunday, Jan. 17, from brain cancer.
LebTown spoke with newly sworn-in Senator Dave Arnold in the district office at the Lebanon County Municipal Building last Thursday to learn how he’s approaching the new position.
As of Wednesday, Senate District 48 is now represented by state Senator Dave Arnold, formerly Lebanon County’s district attorney.
Republican Dave Arnold has been elected to fill the remainder of the term vacated by former state Senator Michael Folmer’s resignation in September.
On Tuesday, January 14, voters from Lebanon, Dauphin and York Counties will venture to the polls to vote for a State Senator to represent their interests in the 48th Senatorial District.
Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold will be the Republican Party nominee in the special election to replace former state senator Mike Folmer.
Bob Phillips, Lebanon businessman and current County Commissioner, is honored to announce that Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold has endorsed his candidacy for Lebanon County Commissioner.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) addresses the billion dollar question – Where do we go from here?
A letter from two state senators asks Gov. Wolf to “prohibit interstate travel of non-Pennsylvania residents” entering the state for treatment.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) addresses his concerns with Governor Tom Wolf’s communication and response to the coronavirus threat.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) explains why his first piece of legislation is Senate Bill 1075, which would enhance the criminal penalties for an individual who is convicted of possessing child pornography.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) shares why he is opposed to proposed fundings cuts to the horse racing industry.