SEPTEMBER 11, 2017:

Zanelli Panel: Grassroots politics is the Key
Sept. 10, Bethlehem, Pa. – Students, seniors, laborers, public officials, judges, working parents and minorities listened but weren’t silent during Amy Zanelli’s “Progress in Politics” panel discussion this Sunday in Allentown. 



T-Rex joins Lutheran Manor residents in crosswalk demonstrationResidents of Lutheran Manor in Bethlehem have been out at the Westgate Drive crosswalk for months with signs urging drivers to slow down and a petition to get a light at the crosswalk. This week, a T-Rex joined the cause to attract more attention to the issue. 

August 30, 2017
The Valley Ledger
Lutheran Manor Residents Gather Signatures for al Lighted Crosswalk 
May 12, Bethlehem, Pa. – Amy Zanelli, candidate for Lehigh County Commissioner District 3, and a group of Lutheran Manor residents couldn’t be happier that Bethlehem City Police Chief Mark DiLuzio said officers will monitor the traffic and the crossing for the seniors and disabled on Westgate Dr. at Bathgate Rd. as the intersection is assessed for a traffic light or safety crossing signals. 

August 27, 2017 The Valley Ledger
Zanelli Endorsed by Lehigh Valley Labor Council  
Zanelli, the Democratic candidate for Lehigh County Commissioner District 3, garnered another labor endorsement this time from the Lehigh Valley Labor Council, AFL-CIO.


May 2, 2017
The Valley Ledger
Zanelli Says Counties Can Align with Federal Workplace Equality and Flexibility Legislation.

Zanelli Will Draft County Resolution to End
Workplace Discrimination for Working Parents 


Amy Zanelli, candidate for Lehigh County Commissioner District 3, was in Philadelphia Monday with women’s groups from the Lehigh Valley showing support for U.S. Senator Bob Casey’s proposed workplace equality legislation.  


May 2, 2017
The Morning Call

If you want the best for the future of Lehigh County, there is one choice in the Democratic primary: Amy Zanelli.


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 Amy Zanelli has dedicated her life to helping families, protecting children and working with senior citizens. She worked tirelessly for nearly ten years in human services alongside the criminal justice system, the two areas that comprise 70% of Lehigh County's budget. She possesses degrees and certifications in Forensics, Sociology, Criminology, Substanse Abuse, Mental Illness, Domestic Violence, and more. This knowledge, combined with her community activism experience as a union shop steward, and volunteer work with seniors and underprivileged youth, make her the most qualified candidate to prepresent Distict 3. She resides with her wife and children in West Bethlehem. 

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